Molosser, Mass Experience, The Howard Hughes Suite, and more…

May 16, 2021.

Week 19 2021 Hi y’all here I’m with another round of 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to released all of them recently (if you want you can take a look to our previous week here).

1.- Molosser  Appear Debut Album  “This is an album that conjures a mystical and magical vibe. The musical soundscapes on ‘Appear’ are enchanting and the songs are transportive – it’s a journey through vast woodlands and rivers – undiscovered trails and dark coves – and simultaneously, it’s akin to travelling through time. Some of the interludes and instrumentation on this album are absolutely beautiful and incredibly masterful”.  You can read our review here. Acoustic / Cinematic / Alt Folk.  Sweden Urasa

2.- Mass Experience Sitting With Demons Debut Album “is a vast arrangement of synthesizers, analog and digital bass, wavy guitars, jazzy drum fills and the charming, oneiric and seductive vocals of Katie. A mix of underground feelings with a touch of electro pop and psychedelia, this album is a must hear”. You can read our review here. Psychedelic / Electronic Australia Sydney.

3.- The Howard Hughes Suite. Smoke from a Future Fire “On Smoke from a Future Fire, over the course of several seasons, solitary but not lonesome, surrounded by his trusty instruments, The Howard Hughes Suite had no particular place to go. Feeling restless he saddled up his digital workstation, unholstered his pedal steel and ambled beyond the acoustic flatlands, through cinematic ravines & across electronic streams just to see what was out there”. A thing of beauty, a must-hear Ambient, Cinematic, Alt Folk UK Malmesbury

4.- Levy Small Scale Evolutions   Debut Ep German Singer-songwriter in her own words “Each of the songs were written in a different time in my life, so this record feels like an accumulation of experiences from the past few years that have made me into the person I am right now. It has been a long time coming and I can’t wait a day longer to share these pages of my diary with the world.” You can read our review for here single Melody or this EP here.

5.- Monrad Wired  Debut Album “The album ‘Wired’ wraps everyday emotions, struggles, observations in a reverb drenched package of atmospheric guitars and 80’s synth elements; the seductive bass lines and steady drums carry the songs forward. Monrad’s deep voice, floating between spoken word and singing is quite unique and the dark timbre might remind you of Leonard Cohen, Mark Lanegan, Nick Cave”. You can check out our previous reviews for One-Stop-Shop  and Wired. And you can read our full review here.

6.- Musketeer The North Sea In his own words  “I wrote these songs in my first German winter living in Hamburg. The nights were cold and long. Sometimes I’d walk down to the river edge, my hands tucked beneath my arms, and watch the big container ships roll in and out of the black. I’d think about the fumes spewing out of the boats, I’d also wonder what it was like to work on some of fishing boats that trawled the sea floor.” Indie Folk / Folk Rock Germany Hamburg You can read our review for their single Prince Of Denmark.

7.- Someday River On Dreaming In their own words: “This album was written and recorded over several years, but a large bulk was recorded and finished in 2020. The title alludes to past studies on subjects, and them being titled “On (fill in the blank)”. In a way it is a study, an examination, maybe even a reaction to the interpretation of dreams. I suppose I don’t even know”.

8.- Keaper Duality Debut Ep in their own words “containing the first four songs we wrote together back in 2019. Red is the DIIV-esque instrumental opener, first released via Instagram in the middle of lockdown, that transitions into Come & Go, a dreamy, emotional alt-rock track that sets the introspective tone of the EP. Afterlife explores the struggle of internal conflict and opposing beliefs, while Wasted Light, the melancholy, dream-rock single closes the EP”.Dream-pop / Indie Rock / Shoegaze Australia, Melbourne  

9- Katie King Devine   Debut EP in her own words “This project is the culmination of my best work at this point in my career. My goal is to create meaningful art that will contribute to the world’s work. I am pursuing a career as a musician because music has healed me and I hope to provide that same catharsis for those who listen to my music. The main themes I promote through my songs are self actualization and empowerment, love, and peace”. Dream-pop / Indie pop USA Nashville.

This week  bonus

10- Temperature Falls Nobody To Believe In Anymore One band that we really enjoy supporting, we have for you three review from their singles Nothing Really Matters, Death By Sofocation and Pass Me A Cigarrette a great album you can’t miss it.   You can read our review for this album here  .

I hope not only you can enjoy this track but also support this bands streaming and sharing their work that obviously you can fin in the Playlist Less Than 1,000 Followers, Female Rising Stars, and Alterindie State of Mind.

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Here is a guide (Playlist) with one track from each of the albums presented in this round up

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