Charlie Taylor: “Disappear”

Escapism pressed like a wildflower in a dream, its intimacies whisper, shimmer and sing in universal tones. “Disappear” is a romance that promises future hope and the sweet, sonorous new single from L.A.-area musician, actress and model Charlie Taylor. It’s available now on all major streaming services, and the release of her Sad Barbie EP is forthcoming.

Pauline Andrès: “Hoping for the Best at the Springwater Supper Club”

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A loving homage to the Dive Bar’s reassuring, gently-timeworn and evocative lore, the brand-new video rings with a dream’s hazed specificities. “Hoping For The Best at the Springwater Supper Club” is the plush new single from French-born, Nashville-based musician Pauline Andrès. You can stream the track right now on her Soundcloud page and you can find additional links to digital versions by visiting her website. All of her previous releases can be found on her Bandcamp page as well.

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Karen & the Sorrows: “Far Away”

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Plaintive, smoldering with hope and poetic, “Far Away” is the Emmylou-esque and sharply-painted new single from Brooklyn’s Karen & the Sorrows. This is the latest jewel that she’s shared from her forthcoming Guaranteed Broken Heart LP. Out from October 18th, you can find pre-ordering and pre-saving links to physical and digital versions of it by visiting her website.

Low Tide: “Whisper”

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Tense yet lyrical, “Whisper” is operatic with an edge and the transfixing brand-new single from Low Tide, the new project from Brooklyn’s Eli Oberman and Courtney Robbins, who are also in The Shondes. You can stream the track right now by visiting their Soundcloud page. This will also appear on their forthcoming concept album The Alchemist, one they self release on October 25th.

Julia Haltigan: “Wool”

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Crisply-imagined noir, the narcotic, cinematic and brand-new video was directed by Marc McAndrews in a heavenly reverie. “Wool” is the absinthe-rinsed and gloriously-styled new single from New York City’s Julia Haltigan. You can download the track now from her Bandcamp page, and Trouble, her next album, will be out on October 25th.

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The Good Graces: “Snow Angels” and “Crickets”

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This Fall Atlanta’s Kim Ware and her band The Good Graces release the Prose and Consciousness LP, upon which you’ll find the sharply-written and golden-hued “Snow Angels” and the nostalgic and affectionate “Crickets”. The album is released on October 11th. You can pre-order limited-edition CD and digital versions of it now from her Bandcamp page, where you can find more of her music as well.

Karen & the Sorrows: “Guaranteed Broken Heart”

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Guaranteed Broken Heart is the name of the forthcoming album from Brooklyn’s wonderful Karen & the Sorrows, and above you can hear its doleful, sonorous title track — a modern, polished barrel-house classic. The album will be released on October 18th. You can pre-order natural-opaque-vinyl and digital versions of it right now from her Bandcamp page, where you can find more of her music as well.