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Astrachan "Ladakh"

Ben Astrachan of the duo Berta Bigtoe has released the first single, "Ladakh", from his forthcoming self-titled solo debut album. This jis oyful Indie Folk music that was crafted by Astrachan while studying secular nomadic music in the ancient city of Leh.

The single is accompanied by the Austin Koenigstein directed video below.

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Bluom "Snowknowns"

Bluom has released a new single called "Snowknowns". This is the experimental folk pop of Michael P. Russell who released two surprising singles late last month and has kept up the output now in 2021.

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Lyn Rye "Edgewalker"

Bassist and Vocalist Lyn Rye has released a live EP called "Edgewalker". The five songs featured on the album were record on three different continents with eleven different musicians but feel very cohesive behind the strong songwriting and vocals of Rye.

Below is a video of the EP's opening performance of "Rugova" captured live at Grand Manor here in Chicago.

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Elizabeth Moen "It'll Get Tired Too"

Elizabeth Moen has released the latest single, "It'll Get Tired Too" from her forthcoming EP, "Creature of Habit", which is set to be released on December 11th. Moen is a newly Chicago-based, Iowa Native, who brings with her a rich, emotive voice that is sure to stand out in our city.

The new single is accompanied by a Joshua De Lanoit animated lyric video that can be viewed below.

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Sara Noelle debuts serene cover of "Emerald River Dance"

L.A’s Sara Noelle offers us her atmospheric take on Judee Sill’s “Emerald River Dance” and does the popularly covered song justice. The track is a weaving of swelling tones and nature-oriented rhythms that create a serene soundscape that is soothing for troubled minds. Noelle’s vocals have an elegance to them and emotional precision that wholly create a version of the song that belongs to her. With piano-key trickles and pulsing synths, the cover has a heartbeat of its own, and it is worth listening to; stream Sara Noelle’s cover of “Emerald River Dance” below for an ambiance to enjoy. - René Cobar

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