Hey. Here is another groovy release from the latest Spotify update. Thanks to a reader for the find. Genre: chillwave. Enjoy Com Truise!
(Since the regular EP was first released in 2010 I will use that date.)
(Note: I’m going away for five days. There is a small chance that I will be able to update the blog, but don’t count on it. Otherwise, see you all Friday night.)
Com Truise – Cyanide Sisters EP (reissue)
Howdy folks. Three nice older albums by 65daysofstatic were added to Spotify earlier this week. Genre: electronic/rock. Enjoy!
65daysofstatic – The Fall of Math
65daysofstatic – One Time For All Time
65daysofstatic – The Destruction Of Small Ideas
Hi. It’s time for a rare late night post at the Spotinews blog. From yesterdays Spotify update comes the sweet new album by Papercranes (led by Rain Phoenix – and before you ask, yes Joaquin is her younger brother). Genre: folk/rock. Enjoy!
(One review here.)
Papercranes – Let’s Make Babies in the Woods
Hello. Are you ready for some slow, gorgeous new psychedelic folk? If yes, please check out the debut album by Metal Mountains (Helen Rush, Pat Gubler, and Samara Lubelski). Recommended listening for fans of the genre. Enjoy!
Metal Mountains – Golden Trees
Hi there. This new album by Heidi Spencer and the Rare Birds looks to be a recent addition to the Spotify library. I like it quite a bit. Genre: folk. Enjoy!
Heidi Spencer and the Rare Birds – Under Streetlight Glow
Howdy. Here are four new releases, all recently added to the Spotify library. Enjoy!
(Genres: Cloud Nothings = pop/rock, John Vanderslice = singer-songwriter, Sirenia = gothic metal, White Fence = garage pop/rock)
(A question. I have a couple of very good new releases that I haven’t written about yet. The reason is that they are not available in one of the seven Spotify regions (the UK). Do you want me to write about those releases or should I wait until they are available everywhere?)
Cloud Nothings – Cloud Nothings
John Vanderslice – White Wilderness
Sirenia – The Enigma of Life
White Fence – Is Growing Faith
Howdy folks. From todays Spotify update comes this special album from Julian Lynch. It was first released on cassette in 2009, then got a digital release in 2010. Genre: experimental psychedelic lo-fi folk-pop. Enjoy!
Julian Lynch – Born2Run
Hi again. Today I gave the new Joan As Police Woman album a spin and I liked it. Enjoy!
“But as a whole, The Deep Field nails it. True, the songs are long, it is almost ceaselessly rich, and you’re going to want to skip its first 30 seconds every time. Yet there is something fantastically indulgent and heartening going on here: the sense that Wasser is embracing her peculiarities and making giddy, ebullient light of them. Long may she continue to do so.” BBC review.
Joan As Police Woman – The Deep Field
Hi. Todays Spotify update was a great one. Here is the lovely new album by singer-songwriter Lia Ices. Recommended listening. Enjoy!
(Just noticed this album isn’t available for the UK yet, but I don’t want to delete the post…)
Lia Ices – Grown Unknown
Hey again. This is a find that should make many of my readers happy. From a very recent Spotify update comes the self-titled debut album by Real Estate. It was released all the way back in 2009 and now I can finally remove it from my list. Genre: surf pop/rock. Enjoy!
Real Estate – Real Estate
Extra! There was just a Spotify update (and it was a long time since I used the Extra!). Here is the new Iron & Wine album. Enjoy!
Iron & Wine – Kiss Each Other Clean
Howdy. This excellent EP/mini album by Ukrainian experimental electronic composer Zavoloka was first released back in 2007. I’m not sure when it was added to Spotify. Good stuff. Enjoy!
Zavoloka – Viter
Hey. The new Robert Pollard album was added to Spotify some days ago. Enjoy!
(Thanks to Amanda for the tip.)
Robert Pollard – Space City Kicks
Hi. The groovy new album by Norwegian band The Gin and Tonic Youth! was recently added to Spotify. Genre: pop/rock. Thanks to a reader for the find. Enjoy!
The Gin and Tonic Youth! – New Times
Hello there. Fine debut album by singer-songwriter Lady Lazarus, aka Melissa Ann Sweat, is a new addition to the Spotify library.
“The cover of Mantic may allude to some digitally rendered dream sequence, but these 54 minutes consist of Sweat’s voice paired with her piano. A haunting melody is crooned to conform to the sunken timbre of the keys, conjuring a resonant texture.” Review.
Lady Lazarus – Mantic