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    Her Harbour is a moniker you need to know, and it belongs to Canadian singer/songwriter Gabrielle Giguere.  A maker of dream folk / baroque pop, Giguere is today premiering the video for "Hewing Crowns", the first track known to Her Harbour's sophomore LP Go Gently Into The Night (out February 3/17 via E-Tron Records).  Edited by Mike Dubue, the "Hewing Crowns" […]

    The post Her Harbour shares haunting new visual for "Hewing Crowns" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Phil Elverum, the Washington songwriter behind The Microphones and Mount Eerie, has announced an album of early recordings set to release December 9. Produced before what were previously Elverum's earliest recordings as The Microphones, EARLY TAPES 1996 – 1998 selects 16 tracks from among Elverum's collection of rare, early cassettes. Stream the track "Compressor" below via the P.W. Elverum & Sun […]

    The post Phil Elverum releases a whole bunch of early demos by The Microphones appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Indiana-based songwriter Kevin Krauter (of Hoops) has just released his sophomore EP entitled Changes, and is it ever beautifully subdued.   Released back on Dec 2/16 via Winspear & Warm Ratio, Changes is leaps and bounds from Hoops' guitar-pop playfulness. Instead, Krauter relishes in the opportunity to carve out his own sonic space in the form of melodious vocals and acoustic bedrock. The EP is a simmering […]

    The post Hoops' Kevin Krauter reveals his top 10 releases of 2016 appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Not much is know about this mysterious new group, New Mystics but they seemingly are looking to transport listeners to a somewhat forgotten time. With their debut release "Sparrows", this folk act aspires to bring back the familiar sounds of the '60s to a modern music culture that may be craving a stripped down, non […]

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    Singer-Songwriter Chase McBride, announces his arrival as a rising west-coast folk artist with a new, laid-back single “On The Other Side” and a stunning music video to match. The full-length album “Cold Water” will be available on a limited vinyl release as well as worldwide through iTunes, Spotify, and Google Play on January 18.     The […]

    The post Chase McBride announces new album with first single "On The Other Side" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Riding on the wave of a successful single release, with support from Too Future, Run The Trap, IndieFeed, and us here at EarMilk, west coast singer-songwriter Chase McBride releases his new full-length album, “Cold Water”. The collection of eight songs, written during a transitional creative period, reveal a fresh, more distilled version of McBride’s previous […]

    The post Chase McBride finds direction with new album "Cold Water" out now appeared first on EARMILK.


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    European artist/production duo Thalab release the third single "Morning Before My Plant Dies" off their upcoming debut EP Good Swim out February 28. Currently residing in London after relocating from Barcelona, Oscar and Max of Thalab are cousins who draw from elements of folk, techno, house to create their unique sound. "Morning Before My Plant Dies" injects electrifying riffs […]

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    Fionn Regan is an Irish singer-songwriter whose elegant, wordy indie-folk has been simmering away in the underground for quite a while. He’s just announced a new album, The Meetings of the Waters – his fifth & the first in almost five years, to be released April 14th on his own label, 常に愛 TSUNENI AI / […]

    The post Fionn Regan announces new album and shares “The Meetings Of The Waters” [Video] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Featured photo by Andrew Wyton Aistis Cepinskas is a multi-instrumentalist Canadian singer and songwriter from London, Ontario whose latest releases are clear signs of significant artistic growth. Otherwise known as Aistis, the young and talented musician layers rich melodies over top of ironic and emotional lyrics that describe hardships all too similar to everyone whose gone […]

    The post Aistis releases single, "Well, Do You?" before debut album in April [Premiere] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Ontario-based Daniel Romano is a poetic crossroad between past and modern music production and where catchy melodies meet honest lyricism. Although his latest work has been towards a traditionally indie folk sound, there's a clear indie-rock and a dash of pop influence mixed in. Dripping with vintage nostalgia, the cheeky irony hidden in clear sight of […]

    The post Daniel Romano taps into early Dylan storytelling with latest single "Modern Pressure" [Video Premiere] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Seattle-based Fleet Foxes, a typical staple in the music library of folk lovers and alternative music fans alike, have left the world without the sweet sound of heavy guitar and harmonious lead vocals for over five years; their sophomore album, Helplessness Blues, dropped in 2011. This summer, the band returns from their healthy hiatus without […]

    The post Album Review: Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up appeared first on EARMILK.


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    The podcast renaissance is still growing strong in 2017, with a program available for even the most niche interests out there, making long days at work and solo-road trips more bearable than ever. Aside from podcasts about 20-year-old cult TV shows, the worst movies ever made, and murderers throughout history, there's also a hell of […]

    The post Music-based podcasts worth adding to your subscription list appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Songwriter Andrew Heringer’s solo indie folk project The Guest and the Host, wastes no time in hooking the listener with the newest single, “Remedy”. Known for his founding role in Los Angeles’ meteoric rock ensemble Milo Greene (Atlantic Records), Heringer spent the past year carving out his own niche as a prolific collaborator, producer, and […]

    The post The Guest and the Host has the “Remedy" with new single appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Raveen, a three-piece electronic band from Montreal, is shifting their tone for their debut album. Their previous releases consist of treatment-drenched vocals laid over quirky house beats, but "Always" is the first single and title track off of their debut album of the same name, and it will no doubt be considered an intense departure from the previous singles. […]

    The post RAVEEN arrive with latest single "Always" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    "Iditarod" means "clear water" or "distant place." It's the name of an Alaskan river. It is also the title of Cape Francis' debut single. The solo project of Kevin Olken Henthorn, former frontman of Stone Cold Fox, Cape Francis has ditched the traditional pop structure Stone Cold Fox clung to, replacing it with stripped back, sparing piano and […]

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    Los Angeles psych rock outfit Send Medicine has just released a video to coincide with their brand new single, "She Believes In The Devil." It's the first taste from the band since last year's debut album, Scary Aquarius Daughter. Conjuring up a swirl of psychedelia and breezy folk rock, the band, led by vocalist Julian […]

    The post Send Medicine claims "She Believes In The Devil" on new single [Video] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Dermot Kennedy has had a meteoric rise to notoriety. The twenty-five year old Dubliner has amassed over two million monthly listeners on Spotify, played several sold-out shows across the United States and Europe, and all without even releasing a full length album. His debut EP Doves & Ravens has gained him hefty critical acclaim for his unique combination […]

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    The girls of Wyvern Lingo have done it again. With the release of their latest single "Maybe It's My Nature", the genre-crossing trio from Wicklow tease their debut album, which is set to drop February 23rd. Of the track, vocalist Karen Cowley says: 'Maybe It’s My Nature' is about having a wandering eye, and the feelings of guilt […]

    The post Wyvern Lingo tease debut LP with "Maybe It's My Nature" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    In anticipation of their new full-length record titled From the Light, indie-folk duo The Sea The Sea, released their first single "Everybody". This first single is a heavenly blend of folk style songwriting with a gentle indie rock flair and a hint of ambient sounds. Having started recording together since the fall of 2011, the […]

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    Coated in viscous layers of melancholy and dripping with influence from the likes of Bon Iver, the music of Odina has a lighthearted quality despite the depths it's pulled from.  Today, she's releasing the titular track from her upcoming EP Nothing Makes Sense, a follow-up to 2016's Broken.  Listen to "Nothing Makes Sense" here first. Featuring […]

    The post Odina questions the unanswerable on "Nothing Makes Sense" [Premiere] appeared first on EARMILK.


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