Naturally lit and both intimate and expansive, “the burning of us all” is the artful, airy new single from Inverness, Scotland’s excellent Kathryn Joseph. Her for you who are the wronged LP is released through Rock Action on April 22nd, and you can order vinyl, CD and bundled editions of that either from them or from her webstore now. Via TLOBF.
Layered respledently, conversational and mirrored, “1” is one dazzling, boundlessly-imagined half of Interior Monologues, the bold new recording from New York City-based artist and producer Asha Sheshadri. Out care of Hold, you can buy cassette and digital editions of it right now from Bandcamp, and you can find out more about her exhibitions at her website.
A futuristic, electro-symphonic tribute to among the world’s greatest pop artists, Sarasara x Serge Gainsbourg is the brand-new EP from French musician and philosopher Sarasara. “Requiem Pour un Con”, “La Javanaise” and an instrumental version of the latter comprise its stylish contents, you can buy vinyl and digital editions of it from Bandcamp, and streaming options are right here.
A harrowing hymn, “Wash” is a grand, haunted drama and taken from Limbs, the new album from Keeley Forsyth, a musician and actress from Harrowgate. Out tomorrow, February 25th, you can buy black-vinyl, white-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it now from Bandcamp, while other purchasing options are here.
A retro-futuristic space-aged chanson with an uncanny edge, “Moon Rally” is the sumptuously-strange and stylish brand-new single from Berlin’s Nicole Faux Naiv. On April 8th she releases a debut album of the same name through Bronze Rat, and you can pre-order digital and vinyl versions of it right now from her Bandcamp page.
Originally released in 1986, Sussan Deyhim & Richard Horowitz’s Desert Equations: Azax Attra is a glinting, gold-toned alloy of Persian melody and rippling avant-garde electronics, and its “Jum Jum” is a hypnotic, mystical example. The Crammed Discs label will reissue the recording on February 25th with additional tracks and amplified artwork, and you can order vinyl, digital and CD editions of it from them now.
Pristine pastoralism, textural and tuneful, “Moderation” is the organic, vividly-envisioned brand-new single from Welsh musician Cate Le Bon. Her Pompeii LP is released on February 4th. You can pre-order black-vinyl, marbled-white-and-pink-vinyl, cassette and CD versions of it from her webstore, and it’s on Bandcamp, too. Meanwhile, streaming links for this track are here.
Dear Laika — the solo-musical project of Cold Ash, England’s Isabelle Thorn — has just released its Pluperfect Mind LP, and “Lilac Moon, Reflected Sun” is its epic, psychedelic and cyclical opening track. Out care of NNA Tapes, you can buy black-vinyl, “crimson-cheeks”-vinyl, cassette and digital versions of the album from Bandcamp now.
Originally from Lisbon, Sara Serpa is a musician and composer living in Harlem, and “Night” — her new single — is an interstellar psalm beamed through wine-colored skies. The track features lyrics from Nigerian author Emmanuel Iduma, and it’s taken from her forthcoming Intimate Strangers LP. Released through Biophilia Records on December 3rd, you can pre-order that now from Bandcamp.