“Black Hole” is fresh, sleek, effervescent and the beaming brand-new single from stardom-bound English musician Griff. You can find assorted streaming and download links for this excellent track right here. Via The Line of Best Fit.
Renée Reed: “Fast One”
A helix with a heartbeat, the pulse-quickening “Fast One” is one of twelve new tracks on the self-titled, debut LP from Lafayette, Louisiana’s Renée Reed. Out from March 26th, you can pre-order cassette, vinyl and CD editions of it either from Keeled Scales or from her Bandcamp page.
Lael Neale: “Blue Vein”
“Blue Vein” is a serrated chanson — shadowy, cool and taken from Acquainted with Night, the forthcoming LP from Lael Neale. Out care of Sub Pop on February 19th, you can pre-order vinyl, CD, cassette and digital editions of it from her Bandcamp page right now.
Heart-pulsing noir, “Nothing Sacred” is a swirling surge and the heavy and heaven-sent new single from L.A.’s Allie Crow Buckley. The track is taken from her debut full-length Moonlit and Devious, which is released on March 12th. You can pre-order vinyl and digital editions of that from her Bandcamp page now.
Middle Kids: “Questions”
Nervous, nostalgic, tuneful and lush, “Questions” is the broadly-imagined brand-new single from Sydney’s excellent Middle Kids. On March 19th they release their Today We’re The Greatest LP, and you can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it both from Domino and from the band’s Bandcamp page now.
Tamar Aphek: “Russian Winter”
Classic sounding in a cyclical buzz, “Russian Winter” is the cool, kinetic new single from Israeli musician Tamar Aphek. On January 29th Kill Rock Stars releases her All Bets Are Off LP, and you can order vinyl and CD editions of it from their webstore and from her Bandcamp page now.
IAN SWEET: “Drink The Lake”
Hockeysmith: “Down Love”
Ageless, elusive and bright, “Down Love” is refined retro-futurism and the chiming brand-new single from Cornwall, England’s Hockeysmith. You can find various streaming links for it here, and it’s available from Bandcamp as well.
Heather Valley: “Whip Poor Will”
So many of us loved Jason Molina, and it’s clear from this that Hamilton, Ontario’s Heather Valley did too. Links to her lovingly-made version of his “Whip Poor Will” can be found right here, while the release of her covers album Wildflower Radio is forthcoming.