Asheville, North Carolina’s Wednesday have unleashed a couple of new tracks — the distortion-drenched adrenaline rush of “Fate Is…” and the tidal, woozy and warm “Billboard”. They are both taken from I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone, the LP they will release on February 7th. You can pre-order sea-glass-green-vinyl, black-vinyl and digital versions of it either from Orindal Records or the band’s Bandcamp page right now.
Transfixing poetics animate a pastoral adventure on “Beauty”, the angled, quietly-theatrical and aptly-titled brand-new single from Vermont’s Ruth Garbus. The track is taken from Kleinmeister, the album she releases through Orindal on August 30th. You can pre-order opaque-natural-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it both from them and from her Bandcamp page now.
An afterimage that repeats, pulsing magically, “Strash” is the adventurous, affecting and brand-new single from Vermont’s Ruth Garbus. This will appear on Kleinmeister, her forthcoming LP. Released by Orindal on August 30th, you can pre-order opaque-vinyl, black-vinyl, opaque-and-black-transition-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from them now. You can also find her previous releases on her Bandcamp page.
Originally performed by Patty Loveless, it’s here re-imagined as a mesmeric, ineffable and luminous glint. Durham, North Carolina’s enigmatic Moon Racer has just shared her inviting and lamp-lit version of “You Can Feel Bad”, and it’s out through Orindal Records. You can download it and more of her music by visiting her Bandcamp page.
A crisply-realized phantasm, the brand-new video reflects the song’s elusive apperceptions. “Birthday” is a dream and taken from There’s Always A Glimmer, the most-recent album from Gia Margaret. You can buy coke-bottle-clear-vinyl, black-vinyl and digital versions of it from Orindal Records now, and it will be released outside of North America on May 24th.