A spare, stylish and scintillating take on the massive 1977 Baccara original, “Yes Sir, I Can Boogie” is the ice-smooth, endlessly-charming new single from Valencia, Spain’s elusive Medianoche. You can find it and much more on Bandcamp right now.
Snow Ghosts: “Buried”
An unearthly symphony, “Buried” is the darkly-timeless, cinematic latest track from The Fell — the forthcoming, fourth LP from Bath, England’s Snow Ghosts. Out from February 24th on Houndstooth, you can pre-order vinyl and digital editions of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp now.
Enigmatic ambiance, Trip To A Soulless Planet is the beaming, interplanetary new album from Moscow, Russia’s elusive Settima Tacca. You can stream the whole thing and so much more on Soundcloud, and cassette versions of it are on the way. She has more music available on Bandcamp, and her LinkTree is here.
Malibu: “Atlantic Diva”
Palaces of Pity is the evocative title of the just-released recording from mysterious French musician and producer Malibu, and Lilian Hardouineau has directed an elusive, oceanic video for its impressionistic, expansive “Atlantic Diva”. Out courtesy of UNO NYC, you can find streaming links for the whole thing here, it’s on Bandcamp, and you can hear extended mixes and more from her at Soundcloud. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.
Whatever The Weather: “17ºC”
Whatever The Weather is the solo-ambient-music project of North London’s Loraine James, and “17ºC” is its pulse-quickening, interstellar first single. A self-titled LP will be released on April 22nd by Ghostly International, and you can order deluxe-vinyl, standard-vinyl and digital editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp now. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.
Annie Hart: “Sun in the Dark”
A winsome whirl of lunar wind, “Sun in the Dark” is softly-tidal and taken from Everything Pale Blue, the first recording of ambient music from New York City’s Annie Hart. Out from May 7th, you can pre-order clear-cassette and digital editions of it either from Orindal Records or Bandcamp now.