A jazz-kissed vision, “Gimme Ya Love” is easy-yet-editorial and the quick-pulsed, confident and forward-looking brand-new single from Sydney’s Natalie Slade. You can find all sorts of streaming and download links for this track right here. It’s taken from Control, her debut album, one released by London’s Eglo Records on June 5th. Pre-orders for vinyl and digital versions of it are available now from her Bandcamp page.
“Athena” is sharp, nostalgic futurism that enchants and the exotic, electric brand-new single from Athenian artist, musician and mental-health advocate Sarah P., who is also the founder of the Erase/Restart initiative. You can find streaming links for her Athena / The Poem of a Clear Conscience release right here. Meanwhile Plotting Revolutions, her next album, will be released sometime in the middle of this year.
French, London-based musician and producer Oklou has unveiled with a subdued drama and mystery “entertnmnt”, her fresh and forward-looking brand-new single. Its cool, opulent new video meanwhile was directed with an artful futurism by Alexandra Green. You can find assorted streaming and download links for this right here. Via Les inRocks.
Melbourne’s Chloe Kae, who is one half of Kllo, has just shared “Misconception”, her open-hearted and empathetic new single. Her debut as a solo artist, you can find streaming and download links for her Misconception / Recluse release right here. Her debut album meanwhile will arrive later this year.
Next month Melbourne-born, L.A.-based Banoffee releases her long-awaited debut LP Look At Us Now Dad, and the gently-futuristic “Count On You” is its sparkling latest single. The album arrives through Cascine on February 21st. You can pre-order ultra-clear-transparent vinyl and digital versions of it right now from their webstore.
Its philosophical depths artfully disguised in brightly-tuneful landscapes, “Flat Earth” is the compassionate, beaming brand-new single from Hannah Lew’s Cold Beat. You can download the track and more of her music from her Bandcamp page now. Meanwhile her next album will be released by DFA Records sometime next year. Via Brooklyn Vegan.
Next month London-based musician Carla dal Forno releases Look Up Sharp, her second LP, from which this is the sleek and sable “No Trace”. The album arrives on October 4th. You can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it now from her Bandcamp page, where you’ll find more of her music as well.
Copenhagen’s Nanna Øland Fabricius, a.k.a. Oh Land, has collaborated with Brooklyn’s Lora-Faye Åshuvud, a.k.a. Arthur Moon, to create the forthcoming Replanting Family Tree re-mix EP. On it the pair re-imagine tracks from Oh Land’s most-recent album Family Tree, and you can hear its deeply-rhythmic, airy “Salt” above. You can find streaming and download links for this right here, and the album will be out on September 18th. They will also be touring together throughout the U.S., and you can find those dates and locations here.