GvsB x Luminelle SXSW 2019 official showcase
We're psyched to announce that we'll be back at SXSW again this year with this stellar official showcase featuring some of the incredible artists on our label Luminelle Recordings, as well as a few other acts we're especially excited about in 2019, including Barrie, Ellis, BEA1991, and Pottery...
video: FADE – Whole
Grand Rapids artist FADE shares the final installment of her debut Fall in Love EP, with the vibrantly glowing and empowering '80s-inspired visuals for "Whole". Shout out to Ladygunn for premiering the Josh Maczinski-directed video today, and for recognizing that FADE is a "shimmery, mysterious, synth-heavy disco goddess." Fall in Love is out now on Luminelle.
stream FADE’s debut Fall in Love EP
Fall In Love, the vibrantly shimmering and emotional debut EP from Grand Rapids' dream-pop producer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Marley Ferguson aka FADE, is officially out this Friday on Luminelle, but you can hear the whole thing now thanks to our friends at Hype Machine, who premiered the EP stream this morning...
FADE – Changing
Multi-talented Grand Rapids artist Marley Ferguson -- aka FADE -- follows up her vibrant and empowering debut single "Fall in Love" with another beautiful track from her forthcoming debut EP. The slow-burning torch song "Changing" is perhaps the dreamiest track on the record, with FADE extolling the virtues of sticking around and staying the course, as the song elegantly and hy
FADE - Fall in Love
We were huge fans of Grand Rapids, Michigan songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Marley Ferguson's previous group PARTS, which released one stellar EP of swooning, poignant dream-pop via our friends at Winspear back in 2016. So we're just a bit elated to announce the debut EP from Marley's solo project FADE, coming this fall on our label Luminelle Recordings...
premiere: Rafting – Loading Screen
Columbus, Ohio experimental electronic pop artist Dallin Stevenson aka Rafting shares his floating, softly shimmering new single, "Loading Screen". With Stevenson's tender, yearning vocals and wistful lyrics -- "We can never be too far away / you and me can arrive / in this life / on time" -- and those pillowy, soft-funk synths, "Loading Screen" occupies some dream-l