Sensibly Oakland’s wonderful Colleen Green has covered Blink-182’s Dude Ranch LP in its entirety and entirely with a bass. You can hear her intimate version of “Dammit” above, and it’s great. You can buy green-cassette versions of it both from Burger Records and her webstore, and the digital copy is available from her Bandcamp page.
The soul-soaked and gently-rippling track has received a cool and tangerine-toned new film directed by Roxy Rezvany. “Faded” is the reflective new single from musician and producer Lyves, and it’s the fourth installment of her ongoing 8 Rooms project. You can find streaming and download links for it right here.
Hannah Westerholm is a musician originally from North Dakota, and “Pretty Lonely” is the spare, poetic and magnetic debut single from her solo project Half Wolf. You can stream the track right now by visiting her Soundcloud page. She is set to share more music throughout the year, and she’s planned her future releases to coincide with New Moon cycles.
Perfect Love Song is the name of the next album from Seattle’s Lisa Prank, and above you can hear the hard-charging, irresistible “Rodeo”. The LP is released by Father/Daughter Records on October 4th. You can pre-order white-vinyl, CD, digital and bundled editions of it right now from Ms. Edwards’ Bandcamp page. Via Stereogum.
Draped in complex, layered melody as it rushes past, “Kansas Plains” is the vintage-toned, intelligent and gloriously-styled new single from Chicago’s Future Silence. The track is taken from their forthcoming self-titled and debut EP. Out from September 13th, you can pre-order the digital version from their Bandcamp page, while you can get the vinyl version from Half A Cow Records.
Its cathode-ray light slinks with a quiet soulfulness from the cracks in your subconscious then flickers, casting shadows as it caresses the final few minutes of sleep. “Fire” is the analog-inspired, uncanny and wonderful new single from Bad Flamingo. Out now, you can find links to it and all of their previous releases now by visiting their Soundcloud page.
Nashville’s Pauline Andrès has just quite kindly unveiled “Hoping For The Best At The Springwater Supper Club”, a cherry-red and glowing ember that pulses like a lonely, hopeful, searching soul. You can stream the polished and ageless new single and more of her music right now by visiting her Soundcloud page. Additionally you can find all of her previous and excellent releases on her Bandcamp page.