FadeAwayRadiate Update 3

This week, as opposed to the last, was full of great releases. It feels like we are working ourselves back to a life we once knew, but are also taking advantage of the coda of what was an extremely creative and productive period for artists and musicians. There’s some brand new stuff here by fresh projects and some well-known names, but we are kicking off with a surprisingly excellent comeback from someone who is an indie veteran . Altogether, this is a colourful and musically varying list to delight the ears and mind. As always, enjoy!

Rachel was guitarist and singer in the seminal 70/80’s band Dolly Mixture together with Debsey Wikes from Birdie. Rachel will be releasing her solo single ‘Primrose Hill’ with an album out in Spring. Primrose Hill is an outstanding blend of sophistipop, twee and retropop
Rachel Love – Primrose Hill:

The Gabriels are new band from the Midlands/UK brought who share a love of melodic pop, jangly guitars and classic songwriting. Debut album expected soon!
The Gabriels – Loose Canyon:

First single of upcoming new album “Uncommon Weather” by San Francisco-based songwriter Glenn Donaldson’s janglepop project The Reds, Pinks and Purples.
The Reds, Pinks & Purples – Don’t Ever Pray In The Church On My Street:

Lancashire/UK based Millie Weaver aka MILLICENT, is a talented young lady who writes acoustic pop ballads that fluctuate to lo-fi dream-pop hooks (she also entered the Voice UK in 2017, shhhh… ). This is her latest piece of fine bedroompop.
 Millicent – Conversationconservation:

Truly excellent track by Bostonians Juniper. The group has a unique sound from diverse influences of indie, folk, jazz, and bedroom pop.
 Juniper – Daydream:

Portland-based multi-instrumentalist, Alex Schiff, aka Blue Canopy‘s releases swirly chillwave single “Motovun” in anticipation of his full-length ‘Sleep While You Can’
 Blue Canopy – Motovun:

Floridian dreampop project Cathedral bells release their new album Ether and eponymous jangly swoon single.
 Cathedral Bells – Ether:

Awesome mellow track from “music producer for non-human animals who travel in space”
 Shuttle – Swimming Through Time:

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