In a soft mist of tranquil, jangling Indie melody “flores” is the sumptuous final track on the just-released EP of the same name from Teotihuacán, Mexico’s te vi en un planetario. You’ll find streaming links for it here, and more information about the band at their LinkTree.
Katrina Swift is a musician from Bath, England, and “The Ghost That I Once New” and “Lilac Haze” are the tender, tidal and charm-swathed dual debut singles from her Lilac Haze project. You can find an assortment of streaming options for these right here.
Silken, smoky, deeply-grooved and featuring Brooklyn’s Liam Benzvi, “Rooftops” is the Siouxsie-inspired, lustrous new single from Hatchie. You can stream this one here. On April 7th she releases Giving The World Away Deluxe with five new tracks through Secretly Canadian, and pre-saving links for that are up now.
Winter: “Atonement” (feat. Hatchie)
Gently-flanged guitar sounds float on pillows of distortion pierced by whetted melodies as the low end swells. “Atonement” is the halcyon new single from L.A.’s Winter — one featuring the enchanting Hatchie. You can find streaming links for it here along with pre-ordering information for her new album What Kind Of Blue Are You?, which is released by Bar/None Records on October 14th.
Denver, Colorado’s Allison Lorenzen has raised a crimson, crushed-velvet curtain on her opulent, expansive and darkly-theatrical version of Belinda Carlisle’s transcendent “Heaven Is A Place On Earth”. You can stream this one right now, and you can also find her previous releases on her Bandcamp page.
Just today Vancouver’s Kamikaze Nurse unleashed their melody-drenched, pedal-hopping and quite-excellent new album Stimuloso, and you can preview a couple of its surging, polychromatic songs above. Out courtesy of the legendary Mint Records, you can buy vinyl, CD and digital versions of it both from their webstore and from Bandcamp.
White Flowers: “Are You”
From Preston, England come the enigmatic White Flowers, and “Are You” is the honeyed, hazy lead track from the forthcoming four-track EP of the same name. Out from May 13th via Tough Love, you can pre-order cream-vinyl and digital editions of it from Bandcamp, and you’ll find links to gig tickets for their upcoming late-Spring dates here.
Slow Crush: “Blue”
Its sky-scraping sonics balanced between menace and mercy, “Blue” is the titanic latest single from Belgium’s Slow Crush. Their Hush LP is out now on Quiet Panic, and you can order various eye-catching splatter-vinyl versions, CD, bundled and digital editions of it either from the label or from Bandcamp now.
Hatchie: “Lights On”
Floridly flanged, propelled by youthfulness and built on Shoegaze history, “Lights On” is the dynamic, divine newest single from Hatchie. You’ll find your choice of streaming links for it right here. On April 22nd she releases her Giving The World Away LP, and you can order “radioactive”-vinyl, black-vinyl, cassette, CD and digital editions of it either from the Secretly Store, her website or Bandcamp today.
Bored At My Grandmas House: “Detox”
Bored At My Grandmas House is the solo-musical project of Cumbrian musician Amber Strawbridge, and “Detox” is her coruscant, contemplative and calmly-cool brand-new single. It’s available right now on green or yellow 7″ vinyl, and you can find various ordering options for that right here.