It’s been a rough week. And a rough month. And a rough year. Let Mary Lattimore soothe you with the dulcet tones of her harp. The experimental/ambient harpist and composer recently released her deeply calming new album Silver Ladders, produced by Slowdive frontman Neil Halstead. And now she’s back with a lovely new one-off called “Hold Your Breath.” In the track’s description on Bandcamp, Lattimore writes, “Made this up in a wild week.” Listen to it below.
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Foo Fighters debuted the lead single from their new album on last night’s Dave-Chappelle-hosted Saturday Night Live. Dave Grohl has been saying the band tried to make a fun, danceable record a la David Bowie’s Let’s Dance, and “Shame Shame” — which is also out now for purchase and streaming — mostly lines up with […]