April 25, 2021.
Week 16 2021 Hi y’all here I’m with another round of 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to released all of them during the month (if you want you can take a look to our previous week here).
1.- Essosa Dreamworld Debut EP. “is a clear exploration of her sound and identity through meaningful lyrics and in depth callbacks to what she’s lived”. Keep reading our review here.Indie Pop / R & B UK London.
2.- Gentry Blue Pyrite and Steel “combine the catchy melodies of classic psychedelia with elements of progressive rock on their debut EP”. Keep reading our review here. Garage Rock / Prog Rock USA Nashville
4.- Lazer Beam Lazer Beam. By far one of the most enjoyable 2021 album releases I’ve listened to so far, this really is an amazing debut; it’s full of great ideas graciously executed, it’s daring, original and exciting… if you’re still reading this, you should rather consider just giving “LAZER BEAM” a listen already! Keep reading our review here. Grunge / Hard Rock USA Phoenix.
5.- Christina Ward Rent Debut EP. In her own words “Rent is a collection of songs written during the pandemic and recorded in a small bedroom closet. What do you do with all the racing early morning chatter in your head during a time of mostly solitude? You créate”. USA Doylestown Indie Folk / Indie Pop
6.- Yes Plant Re-Imagined Yes Plant’s Jake Anderson takes over as the producer on ‘Re-Imagined’ as he re-envisions the original Yes Plant EP ‘Getting Away With it’. Bridging Yes Plant’s signature creepy synths with a new electropop twist. Avant-Garde / Synth Pop / Spoken Word UK Newcastle.
7.- Mark Schwaber Everything Around Me To Mark Schwaber, the art of distilling beauty from desolation is a familiar one. Everything Around Me, continues this journey. Written in the months leading up to and after his mother’s passing, the album captures a devastating epoch in Schwaber’s life. Acoustic / Folk / Cinematic. USA Austin.
8.- Kestine “Reflection” this EP is personal, deep, and carries a universal message. Opening up the universe within himself for all people to explore. R&B Ireland, Cork
9- Bahla Life Long “a 5-track self-produced EP, builds on their signature sound and has a strong focus on lyricism, production and hooks akin to the likes of Little Dragon, James Blake and Thom Yorke”. Indie Pop
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Here is a guide (Playlist) with one track from each of the albums presented in this round up