Single Lash might be one of Austin’s most under-appreaciated acts; they quietly released a beautiful LP back in 2016, and now they’re prepping Providence for you. The shoegaze element that resonates with most folks lurks in the background of this song, though I’m drawn to that cleaner guitar cut that seemingly dances its way through. But, Nicolas’ voice has this deep seductive quality that’s hard to ignore; it’s both powerful and soft at once, letting the guitars ring around his every note; it’s almost as if he’s calling to you through the noise in your speakers. I love the sublime fade out offering more of a shimmer as the tune turns to its close. Look for the album to drop on October 26th via Holodeck Records.
Suburban Living, out of Philadelphia, have signed to 6131 Records for the release of their second album. They’re making dream pop with major electronic influences, as you’ll hear in the song below called “Come True,” which begins with those bouncing synths. As the track progresses and builds, you get shimmery guitars as well as hazy vocals to complete the dream pop vibes that Suburban Living do very well. Look out forAlmost Paradise, which will be out October 7th via 6131 Records.