Wilsen: “Ruiner”

Photo by CF Watkins

Blood pumping as its bright spirit shines, “Ruiner” is the dramatic, impressive new single from Tasmin Wilson’s Wilsen. She also co-stars in its filmic new video, one directed with class by Stephen Michael Simon. This is the title track to their next album, which they will release on February 21st and about which you can learn more by following this link.

Low Tide: “Willow”

Photo by Jeanette Sears

A deep dive in mystic, ghostly waters, “Willow” is the plaintive and poetic brand-new single from Brooklyn’s Low Tide. You can stream it and the previously-released “Whisper” by visiting the band’s Soundcloud page. Meanwhile The Alchemist, their self-produced, self-released new LP, will be out on October 25th.

Desert Sharks: “I Don’t Know How to Dress for the Apocalypse”

Photo by Shawn Cuni

Next Friday, September 27th, Brooklyn’s Desert Sharks unleash their Baby’s Gold Death Stadium LP, and you can fall in love with its high-octane “I Don’t Know How To Dress For The Apocalypse” above. The album is out on female- and queer-run label Substitute Scene. You can pre-order gold-vinyl and digital versions of it from the band’s Bandcamp page right now.

Karen & the Sorrows: “Guaranteed Broken Heart”

Photo by Leah James

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.

Kira Metcalf: “Lily”

Kira Metcalf.jpg

Brooklyn-based poet and musician Kira Metcalf has just unveiled the intimate, elliptical and dramatic new video for her lyrical single “Lily”. The track is taken from the Indelicate LP that she released last Fall. You can download it from her Bandcamp page now, and she’s promised to release more new music later this year.

Image may contain: 1 person, closeup

Nola Wren: “Other Boys”

Image may contain: 1 person, sitting and closeup
Photo by Leyla Lacheri

An ultramodern confession, it’s a darkly-transfixing study in texture, tension and release. Emotion etched in emerald, “Other Boys” is the gleaming brand-new single from Brooklyn’s Nola Wren. You can find assorted streaming and download links for this right here.

Image may contain: 1 person, closeup
Photo by Leyla Lacheri

Karina: “No Puedo”

Image may contain: one or more people

Lovingly laced in crimson filigree, “No Puedo” is the seductive and smoldering new single from Brooklyn’s Karina. Assorted streaming and download links for the track are available right here. Finally you can find links to all of their previous releases by visiting their website.