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Brooklyn's Caitlin Frame shares the first single from her forthcoming, as-yet-untitled debut full-length as FRAME, due sometime in the near future. The lovelorn "Love Wasted" is a shimmering, bittersweet pop anthem that conveys the universal emotions of longing, regret, and hope that stem from being involved in a complicated relationship, but was written about about an intensely intimate and specific time in Frame's own now-ended open marriage. She tells us about the song via email:
Volume 2 of Kyle Dixon + Michael Stein's original score from Stranger Things is out tomorrow on Lakeshore, and now you can hear the extended, 5+ minute-long version of the beloved show's haunting main theme song below. In other welcome news, the the soundtrack will soon see a proper vinyl release as well.
Here's a wistful, gently jangly guitar pop gem from Wellington, New Zealand's girlboss, the new project of Lucy Botting from the late, great NZ group Wet Wings. It's unclear if the sweetly reassuring sentiments expressed in the lyrics -- "I know you're a good guy / I know you're a good dad / I never doubted you or your parenting abilities" -- are about someone Botting knows, or if they're literally about the the misunderstood Robin Williams character, but either way it's an unassuming, heartwarmingly earnest gem of a debut...