An expressive expanse, “Unknown” is the literate, idiosyncratic and touching new single from Leeds’ Josephine Sillars. You can download it now from her Bandcamp page, while Enemy, her new EP, will be released on January 15th.
The song is spectacular, its history deep, the cause important. Written by foundational Armenian composer and musicologist Komitas, “Krunk” is a memory that takes flight, and this version by Zola Jesus rings with a longing understood, but just beyond reach. You can buy it from Bandcamp, and she will donate proceeds from it to The Armenia Fund, who in turn will provide humanitarian assistance to those in Artsakh who need it.
Weill echoes as the holler calls, and her presence swaggers and sways. “Coal”, patterned shadows on crimson velvet, is the commanding brand-new single from London’s Natalie Bouloudis. You can buy the track now from her Bandcamp page. The Devil Is Doubt EP from which it is taken will be released on January 29th, and you can pre-order an aqua-blue-vinyl edition of it there, too.
An insistent, naturally-rhythmic sibilance; a mystery with muscle that confronts instead of eludes — “Lucky 13” breathes in strange syncopations like Tricky with Martina Topley-Bird. But Tiece’s voice is hers alone, and it will be a thrill to hear more of it when she releases her Nowhere, Now Here LP, which will be released in the near future. In the meantime you can download this from Bandcamp, where you can find music and merch, too.