Hello, 2019! There’s a lot of garbage in the world, but one thing we can be thankful for at the start of this new year is new music from Bitch! The LA-based musician is back with a feminist anthem we can all get behind; a joyous pop anthem for women claiming their space and power in the modern world. Check out the premiere via Billboard, stream it on Spotify, or own it via Bandcamp.
Nashville's Okey Dokey teamed up with their longtime friend and fellow psych-soul artist, Liz Cooper, for the track and video, "Winnebago." These three imagine what life would look like for them in the future, and it looks a lot like the present. While not on their upcoming March LP, this track was originally cut ideally for an EP, but the trio felt that it was meant to have a life of its own. The styles of these two artists meld perfectly into one gooey, psychedelically tender collaboration. Go check it out now below or on Nashville Scene!
Brooklyn quintet Earthquake Lights will see the release of their debut full-length, Distress Signals, on April 12. Today, they have shared the gorgeous video for “Moonlight” via Brightest Young Things, who say “I guarantee there’s no way you won’t dig it!” The band will host a special performance with friends Jukebox the Ghost this Saturday, January 19 live from Douglass Recording. To live stream the event, sign up HERE.
Portland’s Bryson Cone has just dropped a spacey-shoe gaze track that is perfect for a trip into the future or even just the weekend. Tiny Mix Tapes calls the track “the pale, psychonaut journey that touches the cosmos better than your neighborhood venture capitalist ever will” and digs the goth-jazz hit. Head over to Tiny Mix Tapes or check out the track below.
The Earthly Frames will see the release of a new LP tomorrow and in the meantime, Ghost Cult Magazine have premiered a new video from the album, calling it a “delicious piece of off the wall alt-pop/post-punk weirdness.” Head HERE to check out the premiere and preorder your digital or vinyl copy of the record via Bandcamp HERE.
Experimental pop project The Earthly Frames will be releasing a new LP on Friday, January 11 and are sharing the stream with fans a few days early exclusively at The Big Takeover. There are lots of layers on this record, both thematically and musically. It's sonic and narrative fuckery, as described by project leader Gabriel Walsh. Preorders are available HERE.