Teen Daze is setting off an a EU tour in January, as well as releasing a new EP, A World Away. Check out a preview below.
The Greatest Hoax is a pianist from Washington D.C.
Yuki Murata of Anoice and Films (Feelms if you’re Russian) fame strikes out on her own on Gift, her third solo effort, including guest musicians Jyunko Tabira, Utaka Fujiwara, and Saiko — not to mention mastering by Takahiro Kido, all of whom are a member of Anoice and/or Films (doubly not even mentioning the short-lived Cru or RiLF projects). What can I say, Ricco label is tightly-knit.
Public Speaking is Brooklyn-based Jason Harris. A Narrow Island is a collection of tracks inspired by a trip to North Carolina’s Cape Hatteras. I’ve never been, so I’ll have to take the artist’s word on it . Fans of lo-fi electronica/classical should enjoy. Check it out below.
I’m not too familiar with Soley, but Morr Music is releasing a collection of her solo piano cuts entitled, Kromantik, so color me excited. Watch the trailer above.
For his 40th birthday, ambient musician Leyland Kirby (aka the Caretaker) has released a 40-track album titled We Drink to Forget the Coming Storm.
The album is a “name your price” download on bandcamp and will be available for only the next 40 days.
Almost a year ago I WTFed over a photo of Olafur Arnalds and Emma Watson recording some music together. Well, here are the results. Needs more Emma to honest.
Italian Pianist Fabrizio Paterlini is gearing up to release The Art of the Piano next month. Catch a snippet of the album below, which will include a limited edited white vinyl pressing (150 copies).
Those swoon by the sounds of a solo pianist tugging at the heartstrings should definitely check out Andrei Machado’s latest album below, courtesy of Perth’s Twice Removed.