TLMT’s 8-Track #26 featuring Chelsea Wolfe, Chrysta Bell, Charlotte Gainsbourg & more


Chelsea Wolfe, Chrysta Bell, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and more all feature on this week’s TLMT 8-Track. Check out the full Spotify playlist below.

Chelsea Wolfe – The Culling
The ever haunting Chelsea Wolfe returns with the slow growling sound of ‘The Culling’, taken from her upcoming studio album Hiss Spun.

Chrysta Bell – Planet Wide
Haze drenched, hyper-stylised dream-pop from Chrysta Bell, ‘Planet Wide’ shuffles and slithers with cutting guitar riffs and Bell’s own beguiling vocal.

Charlotte Gainsbourg – Rest
A simply beautiful return to music from Charlotte Gainsbourg, the gentle soft spoken ‘Rest’ is captivating in its serenity.

Danielle Luppi & Parquet Courts (feat. Karen O) – Talisa
The latest cut from Danielle Luppi and Parquet Courts collaboration Milano feature alternative-rock icon Karen O, who brings her ever spiky vocals to the fray.

Sports – Making It Right
Loose jangling punk-pop from Philadelphia trio Sports, ‘Making It Right’ is a short sharp shock of a track that begs to be repeated.

Twin Peaks – Come For Me
‘Come For Me’ is yet another reason you should be listening to London’s Twin Peaks.

FOURS – Overthink
Sublime synth-pop coming out of London, ‘Overthink’ is a hook laden introduction to FOURS.

Barns Courtney – Kicks
Taken from Barns Courtney’s forthcoming debut album The Attractions of Youth, ‘Kicks’ is a straight-up rock ‘n’ roll track that pulses with dynamism.

Subscribe to TLMT on Spotify for more from the 8-Track series and the past/upcoming playlists from the Last Mixed Tape.

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