A brand new music video from For Tracy Hyde: Can Little Birds Remember?
New music from the Machine in the Garden
Cold Storm – the latest from the Machine in the Garden, the album is Places in Between. Available, of course, on Bandcamp.
New music from Anita Ramona
She just released this visually immersive video to go with the song All Tomorrows.
You can purchase the music right now on Bandcamp.
New music from Faun
Exclusively available on Bandcamp.
Here is what they have to say about it:
Due to the corona crisis we have (for the first time in our band history) a summer without concerts. Therefore we decided to release a brand new FAUN song on Bandcamp. “Tamlin” is an old Scottish ballad about a young man who has been robbed by the queen of the fairies. Here is a short snippet. You can listen at Bandcamp to the full song and for a donation of 4.- Euros or more you can stream the song at Bandcamp more than three times and download it in a good quality. Therefore we would be very happy if you would help us through these financially difficult times by purchasing that song.
PLEASE ALSO SHARE THIS POST!! so that many people will know about „Tamlin“.
We miss the concerts and especially YOU, our great audience very much these days. See you hopefully very soon again,
New music from Jill Tracy
Take a walk between the mists and shrouds of darkness with these two newly released piano pieces by Jill Tracy. You can preview and purchase them here on bandcamp.com
New song from Lovespirals
Lovespirals have released a new song titled Why Not Today? Why not indeed? The video is below, you can purchase on Bandcamp here.
Music of the day
The fourth video from Chandeen’s latest album Mercury Retrograde. The song/video is titled All Ghosts with vocals and lyrics by the truly amazing Julia Beyer.
New (free) music from Polly Fae
Polly Fae has released a brand new album, a digital-only release available for name-your-price (including free). Do the right thing and pay something if you can. Here is the info from Projekt Records:
Created over the first months of the 2020 global pandemic lockdown, Metamorphosis is Polly Fae’s most personal and sultry album to date. The songs were born from a different place, a more guarded place. They take Fae’s muse in a new direction within the dreamy pop genre. The 10 edgy tracks shed light on an unsettling yet provocative awakening of new worlds within worlds. The album is laced with sensual vocals upon jagged, moody and somber electronics balancing against an instrumental atmosphere of an eerie calm.
“I let the songs do what they wanted to do,” Fae reflects, “To go wherever they wanted to go. As a result, they turned out raw and erratic. They took a life of their own. At first, I wasn’t sure if I was going to release this because it felt a bit too personal. Then I realized that these ARE the songs I’ve always wanted to share. These songs reveal new depths and layers to everything I’ve long been communicating within my work.”
With Metamorphosis, there’s a spinning and a cocooning and a busting out of silk. “Through these songs, my wings expand as I soar into new terrain. As with pencil sketches, these songs form tense beginnings, gaining texture and dimension in the thickening middle. They smooth out in the end to a fulfillment of a haunted but graceful calm, holding just enough of the delicate lines created in the beginning of this journey while maintaining a fundamental life force throughout. This is my heart and soul laid bare.”
Raw and restless, Metamorphosis holds a chrysalis of moody compositions that delve into vulnerable pathways of the heart. Ten songs escort the listener on a nebulous terrain of transformation, casting a shadowplay of harmonic codes to reconstruct the circuitry of the soul. Let go and unravel; weave back together with wings to fly.
Name-your-price download at Bandcamp
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