[video of the week] Quentin Sauvé – Horizon

“Horizon” is the first single of Quentin Sauvé’s forthcoming album to be released in Spring 2023 via Hummus Records (Switzerland) in collaboration with Luik Music (Belgium) and Bright Colors (France). Alongside his post-hardcore band Birds in Row, of which he is the bass player, and following his first solo album “Whatever It Takes”, Quentin Sauvé…

[video of the week] Emma Gatrill – Be Brave

Taken from the upcoming EP of the same name. Emma Gatrill is a multi-instrumentalist based in Brighton, UK. Her debut, 2012’s “Chapter I”, was a poignant collection of songs based around her then-latest acquisition – the harp. Subtly accompanied by various members of Brighton’s Willkommen Collective, her intricate harp playing coupled with a unique vocal…

[video of the week] Tobias Arbo – Saudade

Swedish musician Tobias Arbo has released his debut single “Saudade” via CRC Records, and announced his first live performance on 1st December in his hometown of Stockholm. Accompanied by a wistful and nostalgic home-video style visual, “Saudade” introduces Tobias Arbo as a compelling new singer and songwriter capable of tying hearts in knots. Noting Bon Iver’s ‘For Emma, Forever Ago’, Phoebe Bridgers’ ‘Stranger In The…

[video of the week] Emiliana Torrini & The Colorist Orchestra – Mikos

Emiliana Torrini & The Colorist Orchestra Announce The Release of Their New Album Racing The Storm, Out 17th March Via Bella Union and shares opening track video “Mikos”. Following their recent standalone single “Right Here”, today Emiliana Torrini & The Colorist Orchestra announce the release of their new album Racing The Storm, out March 17th via Bella Union and available to preorder here. To…

[video of the week] Marlody – Summer

“Summer” is the first single from Marlody’s debut album “I’m Not Sure At All”, out January 13th 2023 on Skep Wax Records. Sung from the perspective of a young girl whose mother has died, “Summer” gives a disturbing, eerie picture of an adult world that’s losing its moorings.  The innocence of the child and the…

[video of the week] Sara Noelle – Color of Light on the Water

Sara Noelle’s latest single “Color of Light on the Water” is misty twilight meditation surrounded by sound bowl waves. The song, produced by Dan Duszynski with an animated video created by Kelsey Boncato, is the latest single drawn from her forthcoming 12-song album, following surreal on-the-road song “Blooming Yucca.” Noelle’s third full-length album, titled “Do…

[video of the week] Federico Madeddu Giuntoli – You Are (ft. AGF)

Taken from the forthcoming album “The Text and The Form”, out November 25th via Flau Records. “You are” is the first single of Federico Madeddu Giuntoli’s debut solo album “The text and the form”, starring legendary german e-poetess Antye Greie aka AGF, outstanding reference point in the fervent indietronic european scene of early 2000s. In…

[video of the week] Meg Baird – Will You Follow Me Home?

Taken from “Furling”, out January 27th 2023 via Drag City. Meg Baird contemplates hope and longing through the looking glass of a Jimmy Miller-era-Stones strut. Maundering through a haze of guitars, stretching and reaching for the sky above the gentle funk of the rhythm and the depth of resonant tones, she summons the rumbling electricity contained…

[video of the week] Lazzaro – Wide and Free

Taken from “The Inner Land is Wide and Free”, the first physical release of Belgian sound artist and songwriter Geraldine Vanspauwen, out October 25th 2022 via Bonambi. With six tracks unveiling a rich and captivating soundscape, she is exploring the possibilities of the human body, together with its accompanying obstacles; finding a calmness and freedom…

[video of the week] Shirley Hurt – Problem Child

Shirley Hurt, the project of Toronto-based musician, Sophie Katz has just announced details of her self-titled album which marks her debut on Telephone Explosion Records. Out on December 2, news of the record arrives today alongside the first single, “Problem Child” – for many, this is probably the first glimpse into Katz’s all-encompassing Shirley Hurt…

[video of the week] Edith Judith – Bridge

Taken from “Bones & Structure”, out October 14th on Ruination Record Co. “We’re not going anywhere,” Katie Ernst (Twin Talk, Jason Moran) sings on “Bridge,” a dreamy standout on Edith Judith’s debut album, Bones & Structure. As the music burbles softly around her—a deftly plucked guitar theme, a drumbeat that alternates between keeping and disrupting…

[video of the week] Permanent Vacation – FM

Taken from the album “Shelf Life”, out December 2nd 2022 via  Totally Real Records. Permanent Vacation is the duo formed by Christopher Marks (Lake Michigan) and Juliette Rapp. The duo, now based in Mexico City, describe their music as “the magnet of the block of 4 patterned drops of water slides down the door of…

[video of the week] Fiona Brice – Through Her Eyes

Taken from the album “And You Know I Care”, released October 2022 via Bella Union. Fiona Brice is a British composer, musical director and performer (violin, piano, BVs). She writes and releases her own music as well as collaborating with internationally renowned artists to provide orchestrations for studio albums, live concerts and TV and radio…

[video of the week] Rachael Dadd – Heads Down

Taken from the album “Kaleidoscope”, out October 14th 2022 via Memphis Industries. Contemporary folk multi-instrumentalist Rachael Dadd is set to release her new album flux on memphis industries on the 8th november 2019. produced with marcus hamblett (villagers / laura marling), flux is a response to external and internal tides: the flow of life up-rooted;…

[video of the week] Wyldest – Hungry for You to Know

Wyldest has shared her new single ‘Hungry For You To Know’ via Hand In Hive (TV Priest, Divorce, Blackaby). It is the fourth and final track to be taken from her new album, ‘Feed The Flowers Nightmares’, which comes out on September 9th. It also follows a recent run of intimate solo slots at this…

[video of the week] Sophie Jamieson – Sink

Taken from the album “Choosing” by Sophie Jamieson, released 2nd December 2022 via Bella Union. This song began as a love letter to alcohol, written from the cusp of falling into addiction. I had begun to trust this tool but I could feel it turning on me, like a bad friend. I knew I was…

[video of the week] Old Fire – Don’t You Go (ft. Bill Callahan)

Taken from the album “Voids”, available November 4th 2022 on Western Vinyl. On “Voids”, composer and producer John Mark Lapham turns his recording project Old Fire into a sprawling mural illustrating the isolation and decay that defined growing up in West Texas, and the losses and frictions he has endured amid such a bleak backdrop….

[video of the week] Lōwli – Otherworld

Irish composer and songwriterLōwli prepares to mesmerise with the release of her compelling new single‘Otherworld’, due for release on27th July 2022 via Veta Records. Combining elegant piano tones with cinematic strings and haunting vocals, ‘Otherworld’ is a beautifully bittersweet slice of ambience that isfilled with harmonically gorgeous interplays throughout. Mixing elements of neo-classical, dark-pop and…

[video of the week] David John Fitzpatrick – Another Year

Taken from the album “You Are Ours”, out August 12th 2022 via Pegdoll Records. “Another Year” is the third single from “You Are Ours”, the forthcoming new album from David John Fitzpatrick, who formerly recorded and performed under the name Les Étoiles. “Another Year” is in fact a reworking of an old Les Étoiles song, although it…