Falling gently to Earth with a subtly-kinetic video directed by Nadira Amrani, “Something Has To Change” is the melancholic, slick and engaging brand-new single from The Japanese House. This is the title track to Ms. Bain’s forthcoming new EP. That will be released by Dirty Hit in November, but you can stream or download this track right now.
Its waters churning beneath a calm surface with silvery nostalgia, “When They Didn’t Care” is the quietly-complex, gently-buzzing brand-new single from Glasgow’s Molly Linen. The track is taken from her debut EP Outside. Released by Lost Map on October 4th, you can order the 10″-vinyl version of it from their webstore now.
A hard-hitting thrill with a pulse-pumping low end and a sense of urgency, “I Should Know Better” is the fierce brand-new single from New York City’s Me Not You. You can stream the track by visiting their Soundcloud page, and all of their previous releases can be found on Apple Music. Meanwhile their Already Gone LP will be released on November 8th.
Walking Like We Do is the title of the next LP from London’s The Big Moon, and recently they’ve shared its “Your Light” — a radiant, expressive, understated anthem. The album will be released on January 10th, but you can find streaming links for this track here, now. Meanwhile you can pre-order CD, orange-vinyl, black-vinyl and bundled editions of the album from their webstore.
Bird Call is the solo-musical project of L.A.’s Chiara Angelicola, and she’s just shared its molten new single “Year of the Dogfish” along with an artful new video — a refined mystery. You can stream the track right now by visiting her Soundcloud page. This is the title track to her next album, which she will release on November 8th.
Alive with wise and wicked observations, “Teenage Mascara” is the smart, sumptuous and sizzling brand-new single from longtime TAR favorite Ren Harvieu. Out courtesy of Bella Union, you can find streaming and download links for it right here. The track is taken from her anticipated next LP, one due for release in the Spring of next year.
Captured with a wide-angled West Coast drama, “Saving Grace” is the spectral and cinematic brand-new single from Portland’s Alexandra Savior. It’s the latest track she’s shared from The Archer, her forthcoming and second LP. You can find streaming and download links for it right here, and you can buy her Belladonna of Sadness LP from her website.
Human is the name of the forthcoming debut LP from Belfast’s Kitt Philippa, and “Fahrenheit” is its silky, syncopated and stunning latest single. It was released just today by Paragon Records. The album meanwhile is out from October 11th, and you can find pre-saving information for it and learn more about their music by following this link.
Originally from Bogotá, Colombia, L.A.’s Andrea Silva is the creative force behind Loyal Lobos, and “Criminals” is her longing, consoling brand-new single. You can find streaming and download links for this right here. Beginning this Sunday, September 15th, she has a series of live dates in the American Southwest and West, and you can find out where she’ll be by visiting her website.
Spectacularly directed by Eva Michon and featuring a dress from Isabel Marant, the glorious new video was filmed on the Italian island of Elba. “Come Behind Me, So Good!” is the visionary, dramatic new single from KAZU, or Kyoto, Japan’s Kazu Makino. Her Adult Baby LP arrives tomorrow, September 13th, through her own Adult Baby Records, and you can order digital, vinyl and CD versions of it from her Bandcamp page.