Its articulate layers wondrously arranged in negative spaces, “Be Who You Are” is the narcotic and blissful brand-new single from L.A.’s Death Hags. The track is taken from Big Grey Sun #1, the first installment of her ongoing seven-volume multi-media project, one “centered around the idea of a post-human utopia.” Officially out from January 24th, you can buy cassette, CD and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page right now.
Eva Lawitts is a musician, producer and recording engineer from Brooklyn, and she manages Wonderpark Studios in her home borough. Stimmerman is her new solo project, and you can hear the raw, raucous and titanic “It Shows” above. The track is taken from their LP Goofballs, out on December 5th, but in the meantime you can find this track and more on their Bandcamp page.
Staccato rhythms snap and her presence rivets, while the sumptuous video is a velvet-gloved confrontation. “A Thing You Call Joy” is the transfixing brand-new single from Limerick, Ireland’s Sinead O’Brien, and it’s out now on Chess Club Records. You can find assorted streaming and download links for this right here.
Last month London’s GHUM released their debut EP The Coldest Fire, and you can hear its urgent track “Saturn” and see its direct and classic-looking video above. The EP is out care of their hometown’s Everything Sucks Music. You can order transparent-blue-12″-vinyl and digital versions of it from the band’s Bandcamp page now. Via The Line of Best Fit.
Born in France and now living in Los Angeles, Lola Jean is the enigmatic creative force behind Death Hags, and “Electrochemical Communication” is a future transmission carefully decoded and shared in secret. The gripping track was just self-released. You can download it now by visiting her Bandcamp page, and you can listen to it and more on Soundcloud as well.