Polished and powerful as its engines roar, “Jaan Pehechaan Ho” is the molten new single from Detroit’s Olivia Jean. The track, originally performed by Mohammed Rafi, is taken from her irresistible latest LP Night Owl, and you can buy that either from Third Man Records or from her Bandcamp page. Finally she’s soon to begin an extensive U.S. tour, and you can find dates and locations for it on her website.
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.
Smart, serrated and aglow with attitude, “Ballad of a Southern Midwife” is the raw and rousing brand-new single from Bowen Island, British Columbia’s Sarah Jane Scouten. You can find streaming and download links for it right here. Her next and fourth album is entitled Confessions, its release forthcoming on Light Organ Records.
Inhabited by the kind, wise and tuxedoed ghost of Henry Mancini, it burns cherry red as wisps of smoke rise, curling in ivory ribbons. “Back In Time” is the heaven-sent new single from Brooklyn-based autrice Deidre Muro, whose Deirde & the Dark project is set to release its debut LP. Entitled Variety Hour, you can pre-save it on Spotify and Apple Music now, and you can pre-order the digital version of it from her Bandcamp page, too.