London’s Lux Lyall has just generously unveiled both the ornately-glamorous new single “Mad With the Moon” and “Love Letters”, a dark and literate spoken word soundscape. You can find links to digital versions of these right here. Finally her aptly-titled debut album VAMP will be released on April 24th.
Morricone mystery with a gleam in its eye, “The House Is On Fire” is the tumbleweed-tossed and cinematic brand-new single from the elusive Bad Flamingo. It’s a dreamed spaghetti-western opening theme that continues to resonate once you’ve woken. You can stream the track and more of their music right now by visiting their Soundcloud page.
In the dark heart of the Northern Hemisphere’s winter Portland’s Alexandra Savior releases her The Archer LP, and she’s just shared and alluringly-associative new video for its swirling, smoky “Howl”. The album is released on January 10th. You can pre-order the vinyl version of it now from 30th Century Records, and you can find additional pre-saving links here.
A whisper in the moonlight and a calming dream recalled, “Gun Metal Horses” is the divine brand-new single from Cyprus’ Lux Lyall. You can find sundry streaming and download links for this jewel right here. She’s also published a short collection of poetry titled St. Valentine, and you can buy that from her Bandcamp page.
Its syncopations smooth and its tremolos mysterious, “Hammer” is a dark drama and the riveting brand-new single from London’s Sophie Jamieson. You can find sundry streaming and download links for this track right here. This is the first taste of a forthcoming, as-yet-unspecified new project from her, its details soon to arrive.
Skeletons pirouette with grace across the black soil to which they once returned as elemental rhythms thump and coyotes howl. “Outlaster” is an enchanting incantation and the bewitching brand-new single from London’s Natalie Bouloudis. The track receives its official release on December 6th, when you can download it from her Bandcamp page. Meanwhile her Devil Is Doubt EP will be released next year.
Crisply-imagined noir, the narcotic, cinematic and brand-new video was directed by Marc McAndrews in a heavenly reverie. “Wool” is the absinthe-rinsed and gloriously-styled new single from New York City’s Julia Haltigan. You can download the track now from her Bandcamp page, and Trouble, her next album, will be out on October 25th.
Artfully grained in a violet noir, the mysterious, lo-fi and beautiful new video was directed by the artist herself. “You Already Know” is an opal romance and the poised new single from L.A.’s August Eve. Her Know Better / You Already Know double-A-side single is out now, and you can find streaming and download links for it right here. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.