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12.16: Shannon Lay performs final show of residency at Zebulon with Ty Segall

On December 16th, Shannon Lay will perform her final show of her residency at Zebulon, with Ty Segall joining her on the bill. Lay released her first Sub Pop album August this past summer, but to add to her discography with the label, she's just released the singles "Blue" and "We Mend" for the Sub Pop Singles club. "Blue" spins the often-sad connotation of the word into something more hopeful and romantic, with Lay's lyric "I will love you 'til my hair turns blue" setting the theme for the song. "Blue" and "We Mend" share a mellow, folksy vibe, with something more intense brewing underneath. Lay already has big plans for 2020, with a European tour set for February. Take a listen to "Blue" and "We Mend" below. - Will Sisskind


Lindsay Kay releases wistful music video for "Clean & Fair"

Lindsay Kay produces thought-out and graceful musical art pieces tied to her multi-faceted personality. In her new video for "Clean & Fair", the single from Kay's 2018 album For the Feminine, By the Feminine, the feminist singer-songwriter sings of reclaiming female personal space and identity. Much of the political turmoil and anger from women during the 2016 election influenced Kay's songwriting, and as we go into a new decade, her words continue to ring relevant even today. But you would not know of the chaos that formed "Clean & Fair", for the song is nothing more than Kay's crystalline voice over a somber piano. Nonetheless, that's all the song really needs; it's a beautiful piece of work. Take a look at the music video for "Clean & Fair" below. - Will Sisskind


Winter drops "Hazy" EP full of catchy bedroom rock

Winter's music has always sparkled with dream pop shimmer, but despite the title of the band's new EP Hazy, the sound waves away the smoke and mirrors of production to introduce something more raw and unrefined. Samira Winter sings on five lo-fi tracks recorded in her Echo Park bedroom, all influenced by the likes of Sparklehorse and Elliot Smith. The stripped-down format creates a more vulnerable platform for Winter to share tracks full of unobscured emotion such as "I Feel" and "Bad News". But even with the more rough production value, the shimmer remains the same. Take a listen to Hazy below. - Will Sisskind



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Pop songwriter Emlyn releases debut single "Had Me At Hello"

Indie pop artist Emlyn dropped her debut single this past weekend, a chopped-and-screwed emotional track called "Had Me At Hello". The track -- inspired by the Nashville-born artist's destructive past relationship -- describes Emlyn's personality, which she describes as dynamic. "Had Me At Hello" doubles down on sonically representing that range, with its muted intensity and loudness even in its quieter moments. Dark and grungy, but accessible to a wide audience, "Had Me At Hello" will introduce Emlyn to a mass of new listeners in the new year. - Will Sisskind


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