Barrie released ‘Dig’, her first single since being featured on ford.’s 4:38am track. ‘Dig’ is fairly stripped back and percussive.
Family Time released their first single in three years today, dropping New Positions. The single is a jazz and indie blend, utilizing space for each layer to fully develop.
Stevie Nel released his third bedroom pop EP of 2021, called ‘We Were Once Wildflowers’.
Fair Visions is a new wave project from Brooklyn by artist Ryan Work. He released ‘Channel’, from his forthcoming EP, Modern Kids.
Jason Martin is preparing to release his twentieth album called ‘Vanity’ through Cloud’s Velvet Blue Music. He released the third single called Sunrise on August 20.
Hovvdy released two singles and music videos, Junior Day League and Around Again. Both are fantastic, and will be on True Love, October 1.
Foliage released a new jangle pop single ‘Start a Fire’ that features Andrew Younker. The two released a split EP in 2018 called ‘Split’.
Ruby Haunt released ‘Roman candle’, the second single from their forthcoming ‘Watching the Grass Grow’. They also released a music video.
300D is a bedroom pop duo from Oakland. Grocery Vaping has lush vocal layers, light acoustic, organ-toned synth, light percussion, chamber pop strings.
Black Marble released ‘Somewhere’, the first single (and music video directed by Théo Sixou) from his fourth LP, ‘Fast Idol’. The album will be released on October 22 through Sacred Bones.