Madeline Kenney, “an Oakland-dwelling Seattle transplant” dream pop artist, is now on tour with Wye Oak, promoting her upcoming album, Perfect Shapes.
Chicagoan Lillie West, or Lala Lala, signed with Hardly Art and will release her record The Lamb, on September 28th. Stereogum sited Lala Lala as a band to watch and debuted the first track off of her upcoming album, “Destroyer.”
After a kismet reunion and two new albums since 2015, the iconic band from the U.K. is set to release a compilation album featuring all of their recordings with BBC’s late night show with John Peel. The recordings took place in multiple sessions between 1986 and 1987. The album, Hands In The Till, will be out July 27th in North America via Slumberland Records and on July 20th via A Turntable Friend for the rest of the world.
The 25 year-old Chicago based artist, Matt Muse, announced his new album Nappy Talk will be out July 13th. Muse’s music aims to delve into deeper issues like Black self-love and self critical investigation.
The L.A./Seattle band, La Luz have garnered large audiences through playing psychedelic surf pop rock sound. They are smack in the middle of a tour promoting their third album, Floating Features. Their music can expel all the stress from your body one guitar riff at a time and their latest album was no exception.
West Bay native Tony Molina released new single, “Nothing I Can Say,” from his upcoming album, Kill The Lights, which will be released July 27 on Slumberland Records.
Indie breakout Mitski, has announced the follow up to her 2016 hit album Puberty 2, Be The Cowboy, will be out August 17 via Dead Oceans. With the news came the lead single from the album, “Geyser.” The track is a melody that is simultaneously harrowing and soothing.