Christelle Bofale – U Ouchea
Gorgeous new one from from the Father/Daughter family, who apparently stay on fire these days, in the form of the first single from the debut EP from Austin's Christelle Bofale. According to her bio, Christelle is influenced by Congolese music, jazz, soul, indie rock, and folk, and the exquisite, languidly floating "U Ouchea" is a low-key majestic intro to her unique sound, as it softly
premiere: Tasha – New Place
The Father/Daughter crew continues to impress and inspire with their run of 2018 releases, and the latest from Chicago artist, activist, and poet Tasha is another triumph from their already stellar year. Tasha calls the tracks that make up her exquisite debut LP Alone at Last "bed songs" -- which begins to make perfect sense the first time you let the record wash away the stress and heav
video premiere: Anna McClellan – Nail-biting Song
We're pleased to debut the beautiful, Amélie Raoul-directed visuals for Anna McClellan's "Nail-biting Song", a poignant mini-epic about the mindless self-defeating behaviors that often go hand-in-hand with anxiety. It's more short film than music video, befitting the song's patiently unfurling pace, the images playing out like a bleary waking dream, as heartbreaking and painfully relatab
NADINE – Pews
NADINE has already shared a couple of absolutely stellar tracks from their excellent new LP Oh My, but I think the driving, elegantly gliding, and just altogether lovely "Pews" is my favorite jam on the record at the moment. Listen below, and catch NADINE's album release show (which we are helping to curate, more on that soon...
premiere: NADINE – Ultra Pink
You aren't going to encounter many more immediately endearing debuts than NADINE's forthcoming full-length oh my, a playful, warm, almost loungy collection of deceptively sophisticated pop gems that somehow manage to feel instantly familiar, but also continue to unfurl and reveal their understated magic over repeat listens...
no one will ever know
San Francisco's Father/Daughter Records just sent over this appropriately hazy video for "No One Will Ever Know," a perfectly sleepy/breezy new jam from Brooklyn's Family Trees. The song appears on the b-side of the group's Dream Talkin 7" single, which was released yesterday on the label...