Song : Gacha : “Let Me Love You”

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We have really been vibing out to the celestial sounds of Gacha’s upcoming debut LP release, Send Two Sunsets, out of May 5th via Apollo Records. Our two favorites tracks thus far have been the album title track that features guest vocals from Natalie Beridze and “Let Me Love You” now available for streaming. The latter integrates seamlessly a sample from the Ready For The World’s ‘85 song “Oh Sheila”. Both can be heard below and are a perfect backdrop for the moments seeking out serenity.

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Video : HEALTH : “New Coke” + New Album Details

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After six long years, LA’s HEALTH have announce their return to the mix with new LP, Death Magic, slated to drop on August 7th via Loma Vista. To go along with the announcement, they have unloaded new song “New Coke” along with a visual directed by bassist John Famiglietti. The song is frenetic and pounding full of dark undertones accentuated by the nightclub scenery in the video that culminates in slow-motion vomiting. Watch and listen below.

Video : Hannah Cohen : “Baby”

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“Baby” is one of the highlights from Hannah Cohen’s recently released sophomore LP, Pleasure Boy, out via Bella Union. The video, premiered on Nowness, was directed by Matthu Placek and features acclaimed modern dancer Thibault Lac. In it, Lac interprets “the beginning middle and end of a relationship through contemporary dance.” Watch below.

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Song : Sea Lion : “Room”

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“I recorded ‘Room’ after a week of frustration where I couldn’t record anything that didn’t feel like crap and I was unsure whether to push it any further or to just give up. I always struggle with knowing when to rest or when to keep going. It was around midnight and I just felt really frustrated with myself, so I made some coffee and then I went out for a long walk, and when I got back I decided to try one more time and I wrote and recorded it within an hour or so.” – Sea Lion

Gothenburg’s Linn Osterberg aka Sea Lion absolutely devastates in new song “Room”, the first music from her since last year’s Big Moon and Cobra Eyes EPs. The fragility expressed in the vocals over a isolated piano squeezes every ounce of loneliness and hopelessness she felt at the time of its creation. It doesn’t get more rawer than this. Listen below.

Song : Purple : “Never Come Back”

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WEDIDIT (RL Grime, Shlohmo) collective member Luis Dourado aka Purple has his debut album, titled Silence & Remorse, coming out on June 16th. We already heard “Extinction” from it a couple of months back and he has shared another song “Never Come Back”. The track is a dark, brooding cut littered with desperation and longing in the vocals and lyrics. Stream it below.

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Song : Chris Stapleton : “Tennessee Whiskey”

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What people consider to be country music in today’s terms gives country music a bad name. However, with artists like Sturgill Simpson and Lexington, KY native Chris Stapleton, the pendulum has slowly been swing back to the genre’s roots and emphasis of substance over style. After years penning songs for other artists and leading his band The SteelDrivers, Stapleton will be stepping out on May 5th with his debut solo LP, Traveller, through Mercury Records. The romantic “Tennessee Whiskey”, originally written by Dean Dillon and Linda Hargrove and previously recorded by David Allan Coe and George Jones, is one of the tracks from the album. Stapleton’s vocal abilities elevate the song to a new stratosphere blurring the lines between gospel, country, and soul. Try not to get goose bumps below.

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Video : Bernard + Edith : “Heartache”

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Manchester, UK duo Bernard + Edith have their debut LP, Jem, hitting shelves on May 12 via Bella Union. They have a new video for beguiling album track “Heartache” directed by Iris Debaveye. They say of the video, “Set in a bubble Fantasy World, Heartache is a fluffy cushion for you to rest your head on and reflect on life after things go wrong.” The visual captured the acid-pop aesthetic of the project incorporating Middle Eastern and India colors and styling. Watch below.

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