A study in strength and contrast, the two brand-new tracks together explore with invention and sensitivity both social and sonic dynamics. DIOSA vs. BUGEISHA is the just-released, double A-side single from Xenia Rubinos. You can find links to it right now by visiting her website, and you can buy her Black Terry Cat LP from Anti- Records.
Its humor as barbed as its guitars, “Sweat Patch” is the serrated, stunning brand-new single from the Isle of Wight’s Lauran Hibberd. Out today, you can find streaming and download links for this gem right here. She’s also just recently released her debut EP Everything Is Dogs, and you can find digital versions of that right here.
Severely-angled rhythms slice, guitar lines turn crimson and melt as melodies are unchained to run riot. “Caught In Doors” is the wiry, wild and wonderful brand-new single from Leeds, England’s The Golden Age of TV, and you can stream it right now on their Soundcloud page. Meanwhile the release of their self-titled debut EP is on the way as well.
Winter/Time is the title of the next and second album from Brooklyn’s Amy Klein, and from it you can hear the rain-driven and riveting “Winter” above. The album is released by Don Giovanni on November 22nd. You can pre-order the digital version of it now from her Bandcamp page, where you can find her previous recordings, too.
Operatic and modern, touching and towering, “Island Of Doom” is the sedate and swelling brand-new single from Berlin’s Agnes Obel. The track is taken from her just-announced new Myopia LP. Out from February 21st, you can pre-order crystal-clear-vinyl, CD and bundled editions of it from her webstore now.
A storm that breaks bringing light as clouds disperse, “Good Scare” is the wryly-complex, poetic and brand-new single from Mackenzie Scott’s TORRES. The track appears on her just-announced new LP Silver Tongue. Out from January 31st on Merge Records, you can pre-order half-silver-half-green-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it from her Bandcamp page now.
Propelled by percolating rhythms, saturated in 80s synth sounds and melodically reassuring, “Feast Or Famine” is the buoyant, polished brand-new single from Atlanta’s K Michelle DuBois. It’s such a treat, and you can stream it right now. This is taken from her next album, which will be released early next year, and you can find her previous releases on her Bandcamp page.
The brand-new video is a glittering, sequined vision, the track a stormy sea of distortion that swirls with a Siren’s song. “Same Old Tricks” is the haunting, churning latest single from L.A.’s Poppy Jean Crawford. Her JEANJEANIE EP is out from November 1st on 30th Century Records, and you can find her previous releases on her Bandcamp page.
Tension builds and nerves buzz then burst like fireworks, its drama focused and grand, muscled and sensitive. “Mouthbreather” is the massive, roaring brand-new single from Reading, England’s Saltwater Sun. The track is available now on all major digital platforms, and the band have a number of releases planned for release next year.
Spiraling, tropical-tinted psychedelia, “Come Down On Jupiter” is the swirling, sunny and space-aged brand-new single from The Orielles. The track appears on their just-announced Disco Volador LP, the band’s second. Out from February 28th, you can pre-order transparent-orange-vinyl-with-green-blob-center and signed-CD editions of it right now from Heavenly Recordings.