New Selections — DEAFKIDS, Marisa Anderson, Circuit des Yeux, Moaning, Here Lies Man

Some new and not-so-new selections for June. 

DEAFKIDS: "Espiral da Loucura"
(via Rarely Unable / Bandcamp)

Via Rarely Unable:

Brazilian trio DEAFKIDS share a new track "Espiral Da Loucura" ahead of widespread touring this June. This new track was recorded live at Red Bull Studios in Sao Paulo/Brazil on April 2018 - listen below.


Marisa Anderson: "Lift"
(via Thrill Jockey Records/YouTube)

Via Thrill Jockey:

Just after the release of her debut Thrill Jockey album Cloud Corner, guitarist Marisa Anderson has released the video for album single "Lift," directed by Christopher Kirkley and featuring Anderson playing the charango. Anderson kicks off her North American tour tonight in Seattle with Joan Shelley, and will be performing throughout the summer with the likes of labelmates Sarah Louise and Glenn Jones, as well as Tara Jane O'Neil and Nathan Bowles.

Cloud Corner, Anderson’s music is boundless. Rooted in American folk music, her pieces are inspired by 20th century classical and West African guitar techniques. The results are revelatory. Written and recorded in a period of political and personal upheaval, the album was created as a refuge, an ode to stillness in an era of ceaseless noise.


Circuit des Yeux: "Falling Blonde"
(via Rarely Unable/Drag City/YouTube)

Via Rarely Unable:

Haley Fohr, of experimental folk project Circuit des Yeux, presents new visual imagery to accompany her extraordinary long player Reaching For Indigo; a broadcast for the fourth single "Falling Blonde".

The video presented is a super 8 film edited, directed, and starring New Zealand based video artist Veronica Crockford-Pound. It is in response to the song "Falling Blonde", our discussions about the action of falling (the most natural state of all things), and our bodily relationship to gravity. Gravity has the ability to keep us together and depending on our alignment, can result in suffering or balance, both of which we all experience during our time on Earth.


Moaning: "Misheard"
(via Sub Pop/YouTube)

Moaning's self-titled LP is currently available from Sub Pop Records.


Here Lies Man: "Taking The Blame"

(via Us-Them Group/RidingEasy Records/YouTube)

"Taking The Blame" is featured in the new album from Here Lies Man, You Will Know Nothing, which is available now from RidingEasy Records.  

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