Elizabeth Joan Kelly: "Feral At Night"

New Orleans, Louisiana’s Elizabeth Joan Kelly composes underground, apocalyptic Sturm und Drang with a sense of gallows humor and vintage style, and Farewell, Doomed Planet! is the name of her latest LP. Above you can hear its tense and menacing “Feral At Night”. You can find links to digital versions of the album by visiting her website, and it’s available from her Bandcamp page as well.

Noah: メルティン・ブルー (“Melting Blue”)

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Photo by Ryo Mitamura

A vast, open landscape in a pleasant, mist-heavy memory, “Melting Blue” is the retro-futuristic, narcotic new single from Japanese musician and producer Noah. The track is taken from her forthcoming Thirty LP. Out care of the innovative label flau from October 18th, you can pre-order the digital version of it now from their Bandcamp page. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.

Anne Imhof: Faust

Faust is part performance art, part exhibition and part sonic exploration. The multi-media presentation, which ran over the course of several hours, was created by Frankfurt- and Paris-based artist Anne Imhof and was originally staged at the 57th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. There it won the Golden Lion award for best participation, and PAN will be releasing selected recordings from it next month. Above you can hear its inky, deep and mystic “Queen Song”, sung by Eliza Douglas and Franziska Aigner. It will be issued on double-vinyl, CD and digital versions, and you can pre-order yours both from her Bandcamp page and the label’s webstore now.

Nina Keith: “In The Woods We Both Saw It, Weren’t Dreaming”

Photo by Madeleine Bishop

Its wavelets hypnotic and its action spellbinding, “In The Woods We Both Saw It, Weren’t Dreaming” is a subtle tempest and the dramatic new single from Philadelphia’s Nina Keith. The track is taken from her forthcoming debut full-length LP MARANASATI 19111. Out from August 30th, you can pre-order the digital version of it from her Bandcamp page. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.