Maija Sofia: “The Wife Of Michael Cleary”

Photo by Nancy Wilde

Bath Time is the title of the soon-to-be-released, concept-driven album from Dublin’s Maija Sofia, from which you can hear the buzzing, literate “The Wife Of Michael Cleary” above. The album is out on November 22nd courtesy of London’s Trapped Animal. You can order turquoise-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD, digital and bundled editions of it now from her Bandcamp page.

Matilda Mann: “The Loch Ness Monster”

Photo by Christina Almeida

Darkly fanciful and organically textured, it explores sylvan mysteries with an intelligent mischief. “The Loch Ness Monster” is the pastoral, secretive and emerald-toned new single from West London’s Matilda Mann, and you can find streaming links for it here. This is the second track she’s shared from her debut EP If That Makes Sense, its release forthcoming.

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.

Hazel Iris: “Folk”

Hazel Iris is a California-born, Berlin-based, classically-trained musician with a background in opera performance, and she’s just shared a supernatural, enchanting new video for her cabaret-inspired and endlessly-charming “Folk”. The track is taken from her Nine Sisters song cycle. Out now, you can order CD and digital editions of it along with a book of lyrics, stories and photographs right now from her webstore.