A clever and kind-hearted chorale, “Courthouse” is the epic, intelligent new single from Minneapolis’ Rachel Ries and her band Her Crooked Heart. The track is taken from the forthcoming To Love To Leave To Live LP. Out from May 31st, you can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page now.
Enchantment liquefied, “Samba” is the fluid, crystal-clear new single from Athens, Greece-based musician and producer Σtella. Her first for new label Arbutus Records, you can find streaming links for the track right here. She’s recently completed her first full-length album for them as well, and that will be released later this year.
Arriving with a riveting, kaleidoscopic video from Lizzy Brooks and Laura Cohen, “Kinship” is the quietly-propulsive new single from Brooklyn’s She Keeps Bees. This is the title track to the album they will release on May 10th through Ba Da Bing Records. You can order CD and vinyl editions of it from their webstore now.
Indie music icon Frankie Rose covered The Cure’s Seventeen Seconds in its entirety, and the project has just been released by the legendary Slumberland Records. You can preview two sparkling tracks from it — “A Forest” and “In Your House” — above. It’s available from all major streaming services now, and you can buy it from her Bandcamp page, too.
A chiming comfort, “Hard To Believe” is the charming, charging new single from New York’s Charly Bliss. The track is taken from their forthcoming Young Enough LP. Released on May 10th by Barsuk, you can pre-order vinyl, CD and cassette copies of it from their webstore, while the digital version can be found at their Bandcamp page.
The brand-new video is a celebration of analog aesthetics, the track a blinding buzz of lean independence. “Ruby” is the ecstatic new single from Pip Blom, one taken from her forthcoming Boat LP. Out from May 31st care of Heavenly Recordings, you can pre-order vinyl and CD versions of it from their webstore now.
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