The Arthurs, Modern Guilt, Rebecca Tommasi, and more…

June 27, 2021.

Week 25 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.- The Arthurs Glass  The Arthurs is an alternative rock band from Amsterdam and Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Presents their fantastic somophore album and you can read our review for Window their fifth single part of this great work that you can’t miss or the whole album review here. Grunge / Indie Rock.

2.- Modern Guilt You’re Welcome   “So, I’ve run into some of the most refreshing band’s I’ve heard in a while. An alternative rock band that is. Modern Guilt, a five-piece band from London, UK, who have just released a 5 track EP titled “You’re Welcome” and, yes, I am very welcome!” You can read our full review for this great EP here. Garage / Indie Rock UK London.

3.- Rebecca Tommasi  Another Dawn In her own words: “The idea for my debut EP, ‘Another dawn’ came about in summer 2019. Prior to this I got into music fairly late in my life, attending an evening jazz singing class in 2014 at the age of 34. My first live gig came a few years later at the age of 36!” You can read our review for her debut single Star here. Folk / Acoustic / Jazz UK London.

4.- The Shop Window  The State Of Being Human  Debut album “is one big indie pop cake filled with infectious melodies and ingredients that span decades of guitar music, glued together by the unmistakable sound of Carl Mann & Syd Oxlee’s vocal harmonies and a jangly Telecaster!” Indie / Indie Pop / Britpop UK Maidstone.

5.- The Surlings Put Your Hands Together  “ push the boundaries of modern ‘pop’, think 60’s rock, soul and psychedelia fused with delicate and sometimes folk-like lyrics and instrumentation. It’s a concoction that’ll disarm and stun any music lover, permeating all genres and stitching them together to create ‘Put Your Hands Together’, their first EP.” Indie Pop / Indie Rock UK Bath.

6.- The Moods Someboy’s Hero Nobody’s Soldier “sees the Moods continue to rebel against the typical Manchester indie music scene, their diverse soundscape influenced by House to Hip-Hop and everything in-between. The lyrics give captivating takes on the likes of social media, immigration, political greed, and climate change – every song inspired by a candid view on modern society”. UK Manchester House/Hip Hop   

7.- ORIAN Before It Weights Us Down “ The EP showcases the songwriter’s journey from his delicate debut pop track Tryin’ in 2018 to a more introspective and organic space, with lyrical themes focusing on the self, family, important social issues and relationships presented in a melodic soundscape of gentle electronics and drifting guitars.”

8.- Eve Whelan Reflection In her own words: “The EP was written about the different stages of grief I experienced after the death of a close family member that I loved deeply and miss so very much. Although the songs come from a personal place, I feel that they will resonate with anyone who has suffered the great loss of a loved one.” Acoustic / Folk Pop / Indie Pop Ireland, Clonmel.

9- Longheads Higher Than Bacteria   “The release includes the band’s latest single and fan favourite ‘Archaos’. As well as new songs ‘Starvation’, a doom inspired riff fest. As well as the nine minute magnum opus ‘One and a Half Each’ which takes listeners on a psychedelic journey through wide and trippy soundscapes to fuzz laden thrash riffs.” Stoner Rock / Psychedelic UK London

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, Chill – Folk – Acoustic, Female Rising Stars, Hot Stuff Metal, 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

This coverage was created via    MusoSoup    #Sustainablecurator

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