A nightingale’s song that plays in a dream, “Madera” is a patterned echo that calms. It’s taken from Arcs, the forthcoming album from Brooklyn’s red steppes, and its magnetic new live video was filmed in Big Sur, California. Released on May 31st by Native Cat Recordings, you can order CD and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page, now.
Begun in Bremen, Germany as the solo-musical project of Spanish-born musician Diana Diehl, the now London-based The Alvarez Theory have just shared the mystical, pastoral “By The River”. You can find links to digital versions of it by visiting their website. Meanwhile their self-titled debut album will be released on May 24th.
Originally from Athens, Georgia, L.A.’s Claire Cronin is soon to release her Big Dread Moon LP, from which you can hear the spare and spine-tingling “Tourniquet” above. The album is released on June 14th by Orindal Records. You can pre-order sea-glass-green-vinyl, black-vinyl and digital versions of it from their webstore now.
Grief in Exile is the name of the forthcoming LP from Nevada City, California’s Mariee Sioux, and “Baby Wave” is the lamb’s-eared latest track she’s shared from it. The album arrives on June 7th. You can pre-order digital, CD and limited-edition-vinyl versions of it right now from her Bandcamp page.
A sibylline adventure, “For Brinsley” is the bewitching brand-new single from Brooklyn’s Katie Schottland and her solo-musical project Swimming Bell. The track is taken from her forthcoming Wild Sight LP. Out from April 5th, you can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page now.
“Snow Knows White” is the kind, wise and quietly-spectacular new single from Nevada City, California’s Mariee Sioux. The gleaming gem is taken from Grief in Exile, her forthcoming and third LP. Released on June 7th by Night Bloom Records, you can pre-order digital, vinyl and CD versions of that from her Bandcamp page right now.
A beautiful secret quietly and privately shared, “Rilke Song” is the sweetly-touching latest track shared by inventive, Austin-based duo aeseaes. You can find streaming and download information for this and all of their previous releases by visiting their website. When there you can also learn about their alternate methods of music distribution, and vinyl versions of their Six Songs EP are available on CD and vinyl from their webstore.
Lola Kirke has generously shared — and in time for Valentine’s Day — both the white-marbled “Lights On” and a contemplative version of “Baby Where You Are”, originally by Detroit’s Ted Lucas. Both tracks are available on all major digital music platforms now. Additionally you can buy her Heart Head West LP on vinyl from her webstore.