bodies of water

video premiere: Claire George – Orbits
Los Angeles-based producer and singer Claire George makes quite the auspicious introduction with the dreamy, softly glowing visuals for "Orbits", the lead single from her debut EP Bodies of Water, out later this month via our friends at Cascine...
premiere: Music Go Music – Nite After Nite

LA's over-the-top (in the best way), pitch perfect glossy-'70s-pop revivalists Music Go Music return with a new single, taken from the group's forthcoming album Impressions, due later this summer: "Nite After Nite" starts out as a dusky, dramatic torch song, before the jam takes off and gl…
download Bodies of Water’s new LP, Twist Again
L.A.'s Bodies of Water is giving away their new record as a free download for the next few days over on their Soundcloud page. Download a couple of Twist Again highlights below, and if you're into it, make sure to grab it on vinyl from the band here...
mp3: Bodies of Water – “Open Rhythms”
We posted up a little preview of the excellent forthcoming album from L.A.'s Bodies of Water last summer, and now the band has unveiled another one of our favorites from the new record. Check the dusky, laid-back Laurel Canyon groove of tone-setter "Open Rhythms," taken from …
mp3: Bodies of Water –

“I Don’t Believe in the Sun”

L.A.'s Bodies of Water just sent over this lovely cover of the Magnetic Fields heartbreaker "I Don't Believe in the Sun," nicely complementing the other new tracks they've made available (grab those below) to hold us over while we await the new record:
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mp3: new Bodies of Water

Bodies of Water are currently working on their highly-anticipated new full-length in their hometown of Los Angeles, and frontwoman/Music Go Music mastermind Meredith Metcalf sent us a few tracks to preview. She says:"...instead of waiting till the whole record is done, we thought it'd be fun to…
premiere: bodies of water | “dear boy”
Our good friend Justin Gage, proprietor of Autumn Tone Records and founder of L.A.'s best music blog, has recruited some of the finest bands from his hometown of Los Angeles to cover the twelve songs that make up Paul McCartney's classic 1971 solo release, RAM...
coconot
Our friends at Funeral Pudding recently put up a rad post detailing Barcelona's thriving, vibrant music scene (and more specifically, the adventurous DC/Luv Luv label). The highlight for me was this colorful, swirling new tropical pop jam from El Guincho's other project, Coconot, taken fro…