Glide Magazine has the premiere of Lisa Papineau’s new video for the track, “Little Hell” up and ready for watching/listening now. This track is taken from Papineau’s fourth studio album, Oh Dead On Oh Love, which is due out on February 15, 2019. Glide calls the record “an aural canvas of lush but quietly unsettling arrangements.” Head over to Glide or watch the slice of orchestral folk below.
Austin-based electronic duo Memory Keepers have released a teaser from their upcoming 7” today via a premiere at Tiny Mix Tapes. A side project from Jared and Amarah of The Sour Notes, Memory Keepers have been compared to 10,000hz Legend era Air. Those of you in Austin can catch them this Thursday night at Barracuda opening for Nite Jewel. Tickets HERE.
Portland’s queer queen of pop Frankie Simone has a treat for us on the heels of the release of her debut EP, LOVE//WARRIOR, in the form of her take on the classic holiday tune “The Christmas Song”. Premiering at Vortex Music Magazine, the remake shows Frankie putting her feminist twist on the quintessential song. Check it out below, and if you’re in Portland, don’t miss her at the Holigay Spectacular at Mississippi Studios on December 15. Tickets and more info HERE.
San Francisco experimental pop band Sis have debuted a new single today as they gear up to kick off their East coast tour this Saturday, November 24 in New York City. Full list of dates can be found HERE. BTRtoday was kind enough to premiere the song, and you can read their write up HERE. Keep an eye out for more from Sis as they are readying a new LP for 2019!
Jason Lytle of Grandaddy, Kyle Field of Little Wings, and Kramies have teamed up for a three song lo-fi split that will see international release tomorrow, November 16. In the meantime, Brooklyn Vegan have shared the stream via Bandcamp, which you can check out HERE. The lathe-cut vinyl have already sold out, but you can order the album digitally HERE.
LA-based Lisa Papineau has announced her fourth solo record for release on February 15 and shared a video for the title track at Parade Magazine, who say, “Minimally produced with uber-present vocals underlying a contemplative and simple stop animation video, the song and video showcase Papineau’s lush and lovely vocals.” The video was created by longtime creative collaborator Betsy Kenyon and you can check it out below!