Its melodies winged and woozy, its terrain textured and rolling, “Dreamscape” is sumptuously-styled psychedelia and the hallucinatory new single from New York City’s Dahl Haus. You can find streaming options for this by visiting the band’s website, and you can find out still more from this link.
Spiky, smoldering and drenched in a harmonious distortion, “Howl” is the fluid and fearsome brand-new single from Yumi and The Weather, the solo-musical project of Brighton, England’s Ruby Taylor. Out on her own MIOHMI Records, you can find streaming links for it right here, and it’s on Bandcamp as well.
Long a TAR favorite, Austin’s Blushing have just revealed their absinthe-rinsed, effects-saturated and persimmon-toned new single “Blame” — one featuring a spectral contribution from shoegaze legend Miki Berenyi. The track is taken from their just-announced Possessions LP, one they release on February 18th. You can pre-order blue-vinyl and digital versions of it now from their Bandcamp page.
An arresting storm in a lunar sea, “Lull” is the narcotic, oceanic brand-new single from Belgium’s Slow Crush. The track is taken from the Hush LP they release through Quiet Panic tomorrow, October 22nd. You can order gold-and-black-splatter-vinyl, CD, digital and bundled editions of it both from the label’s webstore and from Bandcamp now.
Pedal effects pulse, nostalgia rains — softly turning leafy hideaways emerald — as melodies melt at the edges of placid dreams. “Helium” is a verdant, enchanting new track from New York City’s Dahl Haus, and it appears on the massive new compilation Hope: For The Trevor Project. Through September 29th all proceeds from its sale go to The Trevor Project, whose goal it is to combat conversion therapy, prevent suicide and homelessness and to provide counseling for LGBTQ+ youth. It’s out through Somewherecold Records, and you can buy it from Bandcamp.