Sweet and spiky, exhilarating and polished, “Snow Day” is the sizzling brand-new single from Portland’s Shaylee. She shreds, and it was just released on Kill Rock Stars. You can find streaming links for it here, and it’s on Bandcamp as well.
Rhinestone Tomboy is the assured title of the new album from Oakland’s Mya Byrne, and “It Don’t Fade” is her twang-fueled, Prine-esque and optimistic newest single. Do yourself a favor and stream it here. The LP is out from April 28th care of the amazing Kill Rock Stars, and you can pre-order deep-purple-vinyl, CD and digital versions either from their webstore or from Bandcamp today.
Mightmare is the solo-musical project of Chapel Hill’s Sarah Shook, and “Saturn Turns” is their spooky, synth-immersed and scintillating new single. Cruel Liars — their just announced full-length — is out on Kill Rock Stars from October 14th. You can pre-order coke-bottle-clear-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD versions of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp now.
Independent and emotive, layered and lean, “for a while” is the honest, gently-glimmering brand-new single from Brooklyn’s zannie. You’ll find streaming links for it right here. Their How Do I Get That Star LP is released by Kill Rock Stars on August 19th, and you can order clear-purple-vinyl or CD versions of that either from them or from Bandcamp now.
Brooklyn, New York’s zannie has both announced the release of their solo-debut LP How Do I Get That Star and shared “a rose for every puppet”, its woozy, bouncy and wryly-mischievous new single. The album is available on Kill Rock Stars from August 19th, and you can pre-order violet-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it either from them or from Bandcamp now.
Raw and ragged as distortion roils, “Bad Kid” is the high-impact, gloriously-electrifying brand-new single from L.A.-via-Tucson’s Foxx Bodies. This is the lead track from Vixen, the album they release through Kill Rock Stars on November 5th. That will be issued on coke-bottle-clear-vinyl, blue-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD, and you can order it from the label website or Bandcamp right now.