New Release: Nadine Carina – ‘Things That People Love to Remember’



Nadine Carina this week released Things That People Love to Remember, a lovely collection of electro-folk music. Think a cross between Feist and a more stripped down Bat For Lashes. A pleasant play of easy-moving atmospherics from end to end.

Video: Angel Olsen – “Tiniest Seed”


Getting some serious Feist folky vibes from Chicago singer/songwriter Angel Olsen. The gorgeous rich black and white video features the use of multiple exposures to provide the breathtaking and haunting effect. Just like the song, the video is stripped down and perfectly bare; this whole situation is the exact Saturday soothe we needed.


New Track: Theresa Andersson – “Injuns” (Live in Sweden)


New Orleans based singer Theresa Andersson has got a little tribal-esque Feist and Bjork action going on for this live version of “Injuns” and we love it so! What gorgeous whirlwind of sound. The Swedish artist interestingly cites soul and gospel amongst her influences.

Known best for her live shows, she “uses looping pedals to build layers of percussion and stringed instruments” to set the groundwork for her captivating vocals. Kind of reminds us of what Zoe Keating and Kimbra do, which we also love.

Stream and download the track below, thank us later.

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Video: Feist – “Graveyard”


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Feist yesterday released her video for the gloomy yet still inspiring “Graveyard” tune of hers. In favorite grayish high contrast black and white fashion, a little dot of Feist and a couple accompanists jam out in a barren weedy field. Some interesting voyeur zoom action going on here, too. Pixels welcome. Can’t knock a new vantage point for video making – we are intrigued.

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New Track: Esthero – “Over”


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Thank you, thank you, thank you! Remember that sassy lassie named Esthero? We sure do. She has a new album coming you – did you know that?! It’s called Everything is Expensive and is apparently coming out this fall. Above, hear “Over” from the upcoming project – an uncharacteristically slower, acoustic vibed track in the vein of Feist. Esthero is doing it! So excited.

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