Sizzling and celebratory, “U & M E” is the thunderous, thrilling brand-new single from Sydney’s Bloods. The track is taken from their forthcoming Seattle EP, which is out from May 15th. Produced by Steve Fisk and mastered by Jack Endino, you can pre-order the digital version of it now from the band’s Bandcamp page.
The excellent fourth album from Seattle’s Chastity Belt was released today, and the band have shared a narcotic, Claire Buss- and Nick Shively-directed video for its chromatically-hazed “It Takes Time” to coincide with the event. The self-titled LP is out care of their hometown’s Hardly Art. You can order grass-green-vinyl, cassette, CD and digital versions of it now from their webstore.
Seattle’s Chastity Belt continue to reveal brilliant songs from their forthcoming self-titled LP, and today it’s the cottony, contemplative and subtly-intense “Drown”. The album is released through Hardly Art on September 20th. You can pre-order grass-green-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital versions of it both from the label’s webstore and from the band’s Bandcamp page now.
Earlier this year Seattle’s Tacocat released their This Mess Is A Place LP, and Violet Crabtree has lovingly clay-mated the dazzling new video for its breezy “Crystal Ball”. The album is out through Sub Pop. You can buy digital, cassette, CD and vinyl versions of it as well as more of their music from the band’s Bandcamp page.
Calming and chromatic as it drifts thoughtfully then storms, “High Rise” is the blissful and dynamic new single from Seattle’s Natasha El-Sergany and her band Somesurprises. The track appears on their forthcoming self-titled debut album. Released by Drawing Room Records on September 20th, you can pre-order deluxe-vinyl, standard-vinyl and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page now.
This Mess Is A Place is the name of the next album from Seattle’s Tacocat, and “Hologram” is its thoughtful and thumping new single. The LP is released by Sub Pop on May 3rd. You can order jade-green-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital versions of it from them now, and it’s available from the band’s Bandcamp page, too. Via Stereogum.
Seattle’s Lena Raine is a video game music composer who in the past has worked with Hans Zimmer, and later this month she will release Oneknowing, her debut solo LP. Above you can hear “A Chance To Rest”, a quiet shimmer and one of its ten tracks. Out from March 29th, you can pre-order vinyl and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page right now.