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Weyes Blood moves from NYC to LA, release singles "Do You Need My Love" and "Seven Words"

Straddling the line betweeen Otis Redding's soulful vintage pop and Nico's decadent, maudit songwriting, Weyes Blood (aka Natalie Merring, who recently relocated from NYC to LA) is certainly a singular talent. Gifted with an incredibly deep and expressive voice, until recently the singer songwriter performed solo on stage with just an acoustic guitar and a four track recorder playing anything from vintage sounding instrumental tracks to background noise, but she will be joined by a full band for her upcoming tour. Weyes blood recently unveiled two singles from her forthcoming album, Front Row Seat To Earth, titled "Seven Words" and “Do You Need My Love” (both streaming below). The latter, released a few days ago, struggles with impossible love, and the feedback loop that such a love engenders: the harder to grasp, the easier to let oneself slide into unchecked romance. Angelinos will be able to catch her at The Resident on September 15th, while New Yorkers who missed her performance at Rough Trade this weekend will get another chance on November 10th at The Park Church Co-op.

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Weyes Blood unveils video for "In the Beginning" from new "Cardamom Times" EP

Natalie Mering of Weyes Blood and her incredibly haunting voice are back with a new EP on Mexican Summer entitled "Cardamom Times." She recently unveiled this video for single "In the Beginning."

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Mild High Club's dank psych-pop debut Timeline out September 18

Alexander Brettin's debut release as Mild High Club is due next week — plan your 4:20 around this. The psych-pop salad Timeline features songs with the likes of Ariel Pink and Mndsgn, the former whom Brettin worked with in the album pom pom. You'll hear Pink along with Weyes Blood in the newest teaser "The Chat" (via Pitchfork) as buttery bass and confectionary synths wrap themselves around the lackadaisical croon of Brettin, guitars quavering with delight. It's the sweet, slow-rising narcotic you've come to expect from the jazz-trained transplant (ex-Soft Candy), whose previous list of credits also include working with Wolfgang Strutz and Salvia Plath.   

Days earlier, Mild High Club also put out the music video to another song on the album, "Undeniable". Brettin casually explores boundaries of bar and online dating with director Todd Narson in the glory of cathode ray grain. "It's about hooking up, having the balls to talk to someone in real life instead of the obscure Tinder reality," he says.

Mild High Club's debut album Timeline comes out September 18th via Stones Throw's step-sister Circle Star Records. Listen to the first single off the album, "Windowpane" below. - Ryan Mo

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Weyes Blood announces release of LP "The Innocents" on Mexican Summer + shares single "Hang On"

Weyes Blood's latest intense ballads and haunting melodies - something we experienced live at our NYC B.E.A.F. this past June - will be gathered in the project's sophomore official album (but fourth if we include self released CDRs and cassetes), entitled "The Innocents," and released on Mexican Summer on October 21. This is the project of chanteause Natalie Mering, a young lady with a towering confidence and a jaw dropping voice, who only allows a beat up acoustic guitar and an old cassette recorder to accompny her on stage. Check out the first preview single from the album, "Hang On," streaming below. See Weyes Blood live at Baby's All Right on August 10th and 22nd.

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Tonight's Deli B.E.A.F./Northside show: Rootsy Stage at Spike Hill

Yo suckers, tomorrow's show is for lovers, come out with your favorite person(s) and get them drunk to these lovely tunes!

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