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  • Sulene: i still think you’re so fake – video of the day
    Loving this kitcsh alt electro-pop track from South African born Sulene. The song serves as the third single off her upcoming EP, ‘he•don•ic’ out 5 March on Trash Casual. There is a Twin Peaks vibe to the vid making it our video of the day.
  • Jess Lamb and the Factory: Beautiful
    Empowering feminist choral piece ‘Beautiful’ is out now from Jess Lamb and The Factory – a production team / improv band formed in Over-the-Rhine (Cincinnati, Ohio).
  • Nashville’s Lydia Luce, Becca Mancar and Kyshona Armstrong host tornado relief show
    Today, Nashville singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lydia Luce released a virtual benefit show commemorating the one year anniversary of the Tennessee tornado that ripped through Nashville last year. The show features Lydia Luce performing songs from her new album Dark River, alongside performances from Nashville rising stars Becca Mancari and Kyshona Armstrong, all accompanied by a string quartet and from The Basement East, East Nashville’s hallowed venue which has since been rebuilt, following its destruction during the tornado on March 3, 2020.
  • Bernardo: Almost A Mother – new music premiere
    Out today from London alt-soul-jazzer Bernardo: ‘Almost a Mother’ is out today.
  • pecq: Killing Time – video of the day
    Today’s video of the day comes from Oxford alt-pop outfit pecq: ‘Killing Time’ is out today.
  • Tower Defense: Manifest Destiny – Video Premiere
    LOUD WOMEN is excited to bring you the video premiere of ‘Manifest Destiny’ is the opening track for new album from Tower Defence. Bassist Sarah Shepherd sings about setting sail on an inland sea, in search of a new beginning, only to be dashed against the rocks of the Smoky Mountains. Loving the DIY video and B52s-eque harmonies. This track drops on 4th March.
  • Cat and The Queen: Cabin Fever – new music
    Out now from Toronto’s Cat and the Queen: ‘Cabin Fever’ is taken from her debut album, I Caught a Fish.
  • Raelle: Purple Skies – new music
    Some celestially uplifting soul for your Sunday morning. Out now from London’s Raelle: ‘Purple Skies’.
  • War Honey: Skinless – new music
    Out now from Brooklyn indierockers War Honey: ‘Skinless’ is a breakup song, with the saddest solo we’ve ever sobbed too. Bring tissues.
  • Erawan: Touch Me – track of the day
    Today’s track of the day comes from Erawan: ‘Touch Me’ offers powerfully emotive vocals over a unique soundscape of voice, horns and guitars.
  • LVRA: Dead – video of the day
    Today’s video of the day comes from Scottish Chinese alt-pop artist LVRA: ‘Dead’.
  • Charlotte Sands: Special – new music
    Out today from Massachusetts’ Charlotte Sands: ‘Special’.
  • JUSTY: Rinse, Repeat, Regress – new music
    Out today from the effortlessly cool New York jazz-hop R&B artist Justy: ‘Rinse, Repeat, Regress’.
  • Amber Ais: Better Without Me – new music
    Out today from Boston’s Amber Ais: ‘Better Without Me’ is a perfectly passive-aggressive pop anthem.
  • ‘tine-‘tine: Wine MILF – single of the week
    Need a ‘bop for pansexual wine moms’? Yeah you do. ‘tine-‘tine’s ‘Wine MILF’ is our single of the week, and maybe anthem of 2021.
  • Vaarwell: Fall Back – new music
    Out today from Portugese indietronica duo Vaarwell, ‘Fall Back’ is out today, ahead of new new EP Consume & Grow due May 2021.
  • Gemma Cullingford: Wide Boys – Friday Soundtrack
    The soundtrack to our Friday is Sink Ya Teeth’s Gemma Cullingford’s lush solo single ‘Wide Boys’. The single itself is out 5th March, but we can enjoy the beautifully radical video right now. 3am beats, Lizzo-esque flute, and a healthy dollop of political fury. Getting in the mood for some of this promised nightclubbing …
  • Julez and the Rollerz: In Secure City – track of the day
    Today’s track of the day is ‘In Secure City’ from LA’s Julez and the Rollerz’ – a funktastic retro romp, out today.
  • Vella: Sky Without Stars – new music
    An astonishing new pop-soul voice – Vella just dropped ‘Sky Without Stars’. The 17 year old Florida singer was discovered after posting covers on YouTube – which quickly amassed millions of hits. Expect to hear lots more from this amazing young woman. Not only has she got a voice that’ll raise the dead, her empowering message is bang on –
  • GHLOW: Not Fit For This – track of the day
    Today’s track of the day is served up by Swedish-Russian duo GHLOW: ‘Not Fit For This’ is a mesmerising fusion of punk and electronica.
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