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Caroline Says announces new Ohio River EP, shares title track
Austin's Caroline Says is set to follow up one of the most beautiful records of 2018 with her new Ohio River EP, coming November 22nd on Western Vinyl. She talks about the gorgeously wistful title track, which was inspired in part by Springsteen and a Steely Dan classic:
video premiere: Jessica Risker – I See You Among the Stars
Chicago's Jessica Risker shares the gorgeous title track and tone-setting opener from her new album, out this spring on Austin label Western Vinyl. "I See You Among the Stars" is a drifting psych-folk lullaby that feels like a comforting, faintly twinkling beacon and guiding l…
premiere: Air Waves – Blue Fire
Brooklyn's Nicole Schneit aka Air Waves shares the gorgeous album-closing reverie from her excellent new record Warrior, out next month on Austin label Western Vinyl. Although the dreamy, vaguely Beach House-esque "Blue Fire" is about change and all the anxiety that it can create, there's …
premiere: Caroline Says – I Tried
Austin's Caroline Sallee aka Caroline Says follows up one of our favorite songs of the year -- the softly sparkling "Sweet Home Alabama", thankfully not a Skynyrd cover -- with another absolutely lovely track from her forthcoming album No Fool Like An Old Fool, due next month …
premiere: Joseph Shabason – Aytche
Here's the most calming, dreamlike track you'll hear today: saxophonist Joseph Shabason, who you know from his work in Destroyer and as part of brilliant Toronto band DIANA, shares the first single from his beautiful new solo record Aytche, out this summer on esteemed Austin label Western …
premiere: Botany – Jotu
"Low-end might be associated with thunder, or the sound of a mother's heartbeat as heard from inside the womb, or an approaching stampede, or earthquake. Low-end generally indicates something bigger and more powerful than you" — BotanyDimming Awe, The Light is Raw is the…
premiere: Air Waves – Milky Way

Here's a moving new jam from Nicole Schneit, aka Air Waves, taken from her beautiful, long-awaited forthcoming full-length Parting Glances. In the past, we've used phrases like "casually poignant" and "world-weary" when describing Schneit's lovely way with melody, her familiar, w…

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