The female fronted Canadian shoegaze band, The Luyas released their new LP Animator in October and this track is my favorite. The chilling chorus which softly reminds, “dreams die” is something that fits my mood.
Go To Sleep, Mess - Day Joy from Go To Sleep, Mess
Day Joy are a low key indie folk band from Orlando, FL that started from humble impromptu jam sessions on a back porch. They’ve honed their sound for their forthcoming album, Go To Sleep, Mess and it’s a great listen from start to finish. Check out the title track and single, “Go To Sleep, Mess”.
A few months ago I posted about the extremely gifted musician, Anthony Ferraro (Astronauts, etc.) and today i’m following up with a post about his side project, The Lawlands. His impeccable vocal delivery is unmistakable and it really shines on this track, it’s nice to hear his voice backed by a full band.
When an artist releases such a solid first album, I always get really nervous for their second release, but if “Dropla” is any indication for what Wondrous Bughouse will be I’m really excited for March 5th.
Night Beds (Winston Yellen) who is originally from Colorado but currently resides in Nashville is going to release his album, Country Sleep February 5th. He has a knack for falsetto and alt-country that bears a slight resemblance to one of my favorite singer songwriters, Ryan Adams.
March 18th will be the release of Deptford Goth’s album, Life After Defo, this video for the track “UNION” has me really excited for the full album. When asked about his sound Daniel Woolhouse describes it as, “sitting somewhere between real and synthetic”, for fans of The xx, James Blake, and How To Dress Well.