Category Archives: Les muses de La Musa

The muses of La Musa: Miya Folick

Miya Folick is an American singer-songwriter. She released her first EP Strange Darling in May 2015. Her debut album, Premonitions, was released in October 2018, a collection of pop anthems that challenge power structures and embrace simple pleasures and praising Folick’s voice.

Miya Folick, has released her new EP 2007, via Nettwerk Records. and she shares a new song, “Nothing To See,” 

The muses of La Musa: Beth Orton

Over the last 30 years, Beth Orton has resisted easy categorization, writing rich, sensitive songs that match her acoustic affinities and world-weary voice with bubbling electronic textures. This resistance has always been a confident feature of her music.

Weather Alive is Orton’s first album in six years, following 2016’s Kidsticks. She issued the latter shortly after returning to England from Los Angeles, where she’d lived for a harried two year. She thought she was through with the music industry for good, until she bought a charming old piano at London’s Camden Market. Its resonant tone beckoned her to write again, chasing nothing but her own satisfaction.

The muses of La Musa: A.A. Williams

Released in July 2020, Forever Blue was the London-based singer-songwriter’s album debut, a brilliantly dramatic, unique and intimate walk on the dark side that fused bold and smouldering hues of post-rock and post-classical. By turns, it was glacial and volcanic, blissful and violent, through moments of disarming quiet and explosive volume, equally appealing to alt-rock and metal camps.

Now, ahead of the release of her new album ‘As The Moon Rests’ on 7th October on Bella Union, A.A. Williams is sharing her newest single ‘The Echo’.

The muses of La Musa: Tegan and Sara

Tegan and Sara are still evolving the way they collaborate, even twenty years into recording together and twenty more as twin sisters. For their tenth studio album, Crybaby, they got inside each other’s songs in a whole new way. 

Ahead of the release of their new album ‘Crybaby’ on 21st October via Mom+Pop Music, Tegan and Sara shared new single ‘Faded Like A Feeling’.

The muses of La Musa: Indigo Sparke

Indigo Sparke writes with a rare and reflective power, creating music that builds and bursts as she examines love, loss, grief, and a newly realized rage. Born in Australia and now based in New York, Indigo worked as an actress before establishing herself in the Sydney music scene with her EP Night Bloom (2016).

Now the Australian songwriter recently revealed that she’ll release her Aaron Dessner-produced second album Hysteria in October, sharing the excellent “Pressure In My Chest”. She now follows it up with a second teaser of the album, “Blue”.

The muses of La Musa: Lande Hekt

Lande Hekt’s voice in music is one that’s socially aware yet often introspective, drawing awareness to serious issues but at the same time baring her soul. Much of Hekt’s compositions act as a personal diary of what’s going on in her life at any given time. This knack of combining her own experiences and feelings whilst highlighting larger socio-economic issues has carried through to her more contemplative solo material, which began life in an EP ‘Gigantic Disappointment’, self-released in 2019. 

Now, some years later, with her second solo album ‘House Without A View’ due to arrive on 23rd September via Prize Sunflower Records, Lande Hekt is sharing her new single ‘Backstreet Snow’.