Video for Carter Tanton’s “Fake Pretend (w/ Marissa Nadler)”
You can check out the video for Carter Tanton’s “Fake Pretend (featuring Marissa Nadler)” here.
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New Goldmund Album • All Will Prosper
Recorded over a period of 5 years, All Will Prosper consists of Keith Kenniff’s inventive and affecting arrangements of 14 Civil War-era songs and one contemporary song. You can listen to the track “Shenandoah” here or check out the video Alex R. Johnson here.
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Balmorhea • Live at Sint-Elisabethkerk
In September we’re releasing Balmorhea’s Live at Sint-Elisabethkerk, which features live versions of tracks from their past three full-lengths and one new track which you can check out here.
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Luke Temple • Don’t Act Like You Don’t Care
Before the success of his group Here We Go Magic, Luke Temple worked full-time as a plasterer. At nights after work, he spent his hours crafting what would become Here We Go Magic’s self-titled debut. During the days he wrote a completely different set of songs in his head. The resulting record Don’t Act Like You Don’t Care shines with clarity and daylight, in contrast to Here We Go Magic’s hazy aquatic debut. You can check out the track “Ophelia” here.
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Soema Montenegro – Passionaria
We’re happy to announce we’ll be releasing the US debut by Argentinean artist Soema Montenegro. According to Pop Matters “Argentina’s Soema Montenegro possesses the chops to be one of the latter day vocal greats and her expansive sound seems bound for the stages of Carnegie Hall and the world’s fine concert venues.” You can read more here and listen to “Cuando Paso” here.
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Sharon Van Etten Sings “Like a Diamond”
Originally recorded by Glass Ghost for their 2009 debut Idol Omen, this version features Sharon on vocals, Eliot Krimsky on Wurlitzer, and Mike Johnson on drums. You can listen to it here.

“Eliot Krimsky is one of my favorite writers. His left hand is hip hop, his right hand is jazz, and his lyrics are beat. This is one of the first songs I ever heard of his and I was absolutely tickled he wanted me to sing it. I hope I did it justice.” – Sharon Van Etten