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 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.
Parted Plains is the name of the recently-released LP from Baltimore’s Ami Dang, and you can hear its kaleidoscopic and dizzying “Sohni” above. Its inspirations drawn from Middle Eastern and South Asian folktales, you can buy digital and vinyl editions of the album from her Bandcamp page now. Later in the Fall she will begin touring in Europe, Canada and the U.S., and you can find those dates and locations right here.
Spring is the name of the next LP from L.A.’s Kayla Cohen, who records as Itasca, and above you can see her nostalgically-grained new video for the 60s-evoking “Lily”. The album is released on November 1st by Paradise of Bachelors. You can pre-order deluxe-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it both from the label and from her Bandcamp page now.
Escapism pressed like a wildflower in a dream, its intimacies whisper, shimmer and sing in universal tones. “Disappear” is a romance that promises future hope and the sweet, sonorous new single from L.A.-area musician, actress and model Charlie Taylor. It’s available now on all major streaming services, and the release of her Sad Barbie EP is forthcoming.
Ginsberg-esque observations amble through verdant landscapes on “Supermarket Line”, the detailed, articulate brand-new single from Amsterdam’s wonderful VanWyck. You can hear the track on her Soundcloud page, and you can download it from her Bandcamp page. Molten Rock is the title of her forthcoming and second LP, one she will release on November 15th.
Tense yet lyrical, “Whisper” is operatic with an edge and the transfixing brand-new single from Low Tide, the new project from Brooklyn’s Eli Oberman and Courtney Robbins, who are also in The Shondes. You can stream the track right now by visiting their Soundcloud page. This will also appear on their forthcoming concept album The Alchemist, one they self release on October 25th.
Next week Louisville, Kentucky’s Joan Shelley releases her Like The River Loves The Sea LP, and its “The Fading” is a touching reminiscence with gauzy edges and a radiant center. The album is out on August 30th through No Quarter. You can order teal-vinyl and CD versions of it from her Bandcamp page, and it’s available from the label’s webstore, too.
Kayla Cohen is a musician currently living in Los Angeles whose solo project Itasca has just announced the release of a new LP entitled Spring. “Bess’s Dance” is its contemplative, analog-inspired first single. The album is out care of Paradise of Bachelors on November 1st, and you can pre-order CD, vinyl and bundled editions of it right now from the label’s webstore.
Cheerful and calming, “Bernadette” is the sweet and charming brand-new single from Minneapolis, Minnesota’s Reina del Cid. You can stream the track and keep up with her new releases by subscribing to her YouTube channel. The track will appear on Morse Code, the LP she releases on October 4th. You can buy physical copies of her previous releases now from her webstore.