Bay Area recording artist Lady Lazarus has just released the hauntingly beautiful music video for recent single “Driving the Streets of Your Town” via Impose Magazine. Jeff Cubbison for Impose says, “Over the last decade, she has crafted a stunningly ethereal, atmospheric brand of piano/keyboard-driven dream folk-pop full of existential imagery, confessional songwriting, and wistful moods.” Check out the new video below and preorder the album via Bandcamp HERE.
Last week, we saw the release of the first single from a new record from NC’s Steven Fiore (aka Young Mister) and today we’re treated to some lovely visuals to accompany the track. “It all feels very peaceful, like we’re getting a look inside some of his happiest memories,” says Substream Magazine who have the premiere. Check out the official video below and preorder the album via Refresh Records.
NC’s Young Mister (aka Steven Fiore) is set to release his newest collection of songs on Refresh Records this fall and today, he has released the first single from the LP. Stream the track below; preorders for vinyl are available HERE.
Pittsburgh’s West/Step have just released a new track from their upcoming 8/2 LP, This is Terrifying, with the folks over at Tiny Mix Tapes. "Hackurwayhome" combines elements of shoegaze and bedroom pop. A slow burner, the song unfolds gradually, with hazy guitars, feedback and ambient noise, and echoey vocals all layered on themselves before the drum machine percussion hits around two minutes in. A bit dark, but ultimately hopeful in sound, this track sets the tone for the rest of the album, as Whitman describes it:
"This Is Terrifying is a group of songs that deal directly with facing fear and insecurity.
A reflection on years of personal struggle. Songs and words of hope and light shine through layers of somewhat dark melodies.”
Take a listen below or at Tiny Mix Tapes and pre-order the record on West/Step’s Bandcamp now.
Oakland electro pop, and sometimes absurdist, duo PARENTZ just dropped a new single that was inspired by Stranger Things and nostalgia for bumming around the mall as a teenager with nothing else to do. New Noise Magazine has the premiere of the groovy number, with synths and beats galore for your ears to get lost in. Take a listen to the track below or wherever you stream music.
“The track’s wavering energy is entombed in the atmosphere of the synth waves chiming through the air.”