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by Adrien Begrand

11 Dec 2015


Singer-songwriter Darius Holbert releases his new album under the name DARIUSTX today, and you can stream V. The Angels of Goliad in its entirety below. As you’ll hear, he serves up a high-energy, adventurous yet soulful take on Americana, bolstered by sumptuous guest vocals by Nicole Britton and Caroline Wilson.

by Adrien Begrand

11 Dec 2015


Already an established artist in Australia, Doctrin is set to push her stylish power pop in America with the release of the new EP The Deep on 15 January. The brainchild of singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer Dolly Denko, she also tries her hand at directing on her new video for “Give Me Love”.

by Adrien Begrand

11 Dec 2015


Connecticut duo Violent Mae recently released their new album Kid, but have also recorded an alternate version of that album’s closing track “Birthday”, which features Chris Ballew (of the Presidents of the United States of America) playing the distinct two-string bass that belonged to the late, great Mark Sandman of Morphine, who was a major influence on the band’s sound.

by PopMatters Staff

10 Dec 2015


Last month avant-garde cellist Julia Kent released her excellent, PopMatters-approved new album Asperities, and she now has put out a beautifully shot video for the mournful track “Flag of No Country”, which was directed by Enrico Salmasi.

by Adrien Begrand

10 Dec 2015


Prior to the 18 December DVD release of the final season of the NBC cult series Hannibal, Lakeshore Records will release two soundtrack albums on 11 December. A highlight of Volume One is the fantastic “Snake Charmer”, performed by the great Marc Almond with devilish, delicious flamboyance, which can be heard below.

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