The Midweek Sampler

Another 10 recent releases for you to get stuck into.

Here is the Playlist:

or listen on YouTube

And here are the individual tracks/info:

Resplandor – Blue (Robin Guthrie Mix)

Blue is the second single from Resplandor’s upcoming album, Tristeza, which will be released in early 2022. Mixed by The Cocteau Twins Robin Guthrie.

Turquoise – Tumulte

Tumule is one side of the Bruxelle’s based Turquoise new single. It’s quite Lush-ious if you get my drift.

Lightning Bug – Wings of Desire

The beautiful new single from the New York based dreampop artists. And art is exactly what this track is.

The Great Leap Forward – It’s A Wonderful Lie

It’s A Wonderful Lie is taken from The Great Leap Forward’s new album Revolt Against An Age Of Plenty. The Great Leap Forward is Alan Brown who has been in bands such as Big Flame, A Witness, Inca Babies and Sarandon. The album is out now on A Turntable Friend Records.

Wet Leg – Wet Dream

Extremely catchy and addictive second single from the Isle of Wight duo. It’s out now via Domino Recording Co Ltd.

Stars on Fire – Ready, Steady, Go!

The new single from the Seoul based band. It’s backed with Angel in White and is out now via Cloudberry Records.

Subsonic Eye – Dijangka/Matahari

Dijangka/Matahari are two songs written by the band after finishing their 3rd album Nature of Things with both being a mix of dream and indiepop. Available in 7″ vinyl and digital formats from Middle Class Cigars.

Tears To Go – Tears Underwater

Tears Underwater is the third single to be lifted from the forthcoming album Patronizing Self-Help from the former When Nalda Became Punk member Elena Sestelo.

宇宙ネコ子 — Hino Ataru Basyo Ni Kiteyo

The title track from the new album from 宇宙ネコ子 (Space Cat Child). The album is currently available on a pay what you want basis from here.

Nylon Smile – We Don’t Need a Reason

Taken from the forthcoming album Waiting For Oblivion which will be released by Citrus City Records on November 5th 2021. It can be pre-ordered in Cassette and digital formats from here.

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