Falling to Earth with a sleek-lined, stylish video by Studio L’Etiquette and bathed in bursting sunset tones, “Le dernier jour du disco” is the aerodynamic, high-energy new single from Juliette Armanet. Just released, you can find streaming links for it right here.
Blues amplified and made by hand with purpose, “You Was Born To Die” is a scorching celebration of the past, present and a hopeful future. Featuring Kyshona, Margo Price and Jason Isbell, the re-envisioned Blind Willie McTell song appears on A Southern Gothic, the new album from Adia Victoria. Out from September 24th, you can pre-order it from her webstore, while streaming and download links for this track can be found here.
Spontaneous with syncopated poetic flourishes, “Rebirth” is the sweeping brand-new single from Yonkers, New York’s Aisha Badru. It’s taken from The Way Back Home, the EP she releases through Nettwerk on December 3rd, and you can find pre-saving information for that right here. Additionally she will be making donations from all single and LP pre-saves to the One Tree Planted non-profit.
“If I Could Breathe Underwater” is gossamer in diffuse golden light and the rippling, romantic latest single from Marissa Nadler. You’ll find it on her The Path of the Clouds LP, which is released on October 29th. A variety of pre-ordering options are available at this link, and it’s over at Bandcamp, too.
Expansive with a humane experimentalism, Antiphonals is the just-released and epic new LP from L.A.’s Sarah Davachi, and you can hear its languid, liminal “Border of Mind” above. Out care of Late Music, you can find vinyl, cassette, CD and digital versions of it on Bandcamp, and you can explore so much more of her music by visiting her website.
An elusive sonata that swirls in heavy mists, “Return” is an elliptical drama and taken from Engine of Hell, the next LP from L.A.’s Emma Ruth Rundle. Out courtesy of Sargent House from November 5th, you can pre-order splatter-vinyl, opaque-silver-vinyl, black-vinyl and bundled editions of it from her webstore, and the digital version is on Bandcamp.