Lyrically speaking there's something a bit silly and ridiculous about this track but it's musically catchy and beautiful. Has a sort of tribal meets Kate Bush/Jane Siberry/Mary Marget O'Hara kind of vibe. Plus throw in some electronic/hip hop type of stuff and you have a pretty interesting mix from Oakland gal Metal Mother. This track is the last song on her full-length album Bonfire Diaries coming out on the Post Primal label.
Sweet little track of avant hip-hop psychedlic good vibrations collage noise reminds me a bit of the old Slabco stuff that was coming out in the mid to late nineties but this is a Brooklyn artist with a new underwater-themed full-length coming out on Asthmatic Kitty and this song sounds suitably underwater so it sounds like his concept album kicks off with a solid start.
What a voice! Stirring; haunting; sublime: any number of gushing adjectives could be effectively used to describe it. Montreal-based country/folk singer Katie Moore has a voice could make hearts and then break them. A song off of her sophomore full-length on her own Purple Cat label.
Pretty female pop song from Rebekah Higgs, also known as a member of Ruby Jean and the Thoughtful Bees. Very cool multi-layered production with lots of shimmery, ethereal sounds coming and going, and background vocals. Reminds me of Beach Boys production either around Smile or Sunflower/Surf’s Up.