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“Castaway was a record born out of frustration.” Tashaki Miyaki singer Paige Stark says; “I felt stuck in every single aspect of life, and writing was my way of venting.” The trio’s aforementioned second album, Castaway, will be with us come July 2nd – you’ll find pre-order details below; but let us turn to the matter in hand, …

REQUIN CHAGRIN is a multifaceted creative guising of Marion Brunetto, who’s an author and multi-instrumentalist with an ear for blissful beauty, for sure. A well-received, eponymous debut emerged in 2015, came on 10″, and contained early surf-garage belters such as “Le Chagrin”; 2019’s Sémaphore proved this was no passing ship in the night and kicked …

A BERLINER born and raised, THALA took her first steps into the world of music as a street musician and attending open mic nights, since when it’s completely been an upward curve; and a listen to her new single, “weep”, and you’ll see why her rise has been so effortless so far. She brings together …

LOS ANGELINO trio Tashaki Miyaki really do put the dream into dreampop, with a deliciously languorous, hazy cast to their music, which seems to call on the Mary Chain, Lush, Hole, Mazzy Star, soothe them into a shoegazey drowse; and they’ve a new album, Castaway, out now on July 2nd – slightly delayed – on Metropolis Records. The new …

WYLDEST, the lyrically acute, gloriously dreampop project of Londoner Zoe Mead, has followed up her intelligent self-empowerment single drop from last month, “Hollow” (which you should so check out too) with “Beggar”, a chiming, nocturnal study that draws on that guitar swoon and glide of early Lush and wraps it up with her vocal verdancy …

THE LA dreampop trio Tashaki Miyaki have dropped a a single and accompanying video of the title song from their forthcoming second album, Castaway, which will be released on July 2nd; and you can watch that below. Singer, drummer and producer Paige Stark says the song “… is about the challenges of romantic love and how …

THE VIRAL world we’re all slowly swimming through, occasionally dashed on the rocks of what the fuck? means we’ve all made adjustments, remote learning, collaborating, working – which, as luck would have it, has made not a jot of difference to the creative practice of Valerie Green and Paige Shedletsky, the twin minds (or not, …