The Lonely Togheter, Darkhues, Mort Jardin, and more…

July 09, 2021.

Week 27 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 Lonely Together Everything Viewed Backwards Through The Rearviewmirror  the long-awaited debut is finally here – a dark, romantic tale with deep melancholy at its core. We have here two of those tracks reviews that you can check out: Keep a Secret and Shots Fired…  Alternative Rock / Indie Rock UK Edinburgh

2.- Darkhues Soft Fall debut album in his own words  “The album overall is about battling the purgatories of social anxiety and posts the question if you just let yourself go you can sometimes achieve the most amazing surreal experiences. This album is about the day and the life of having to make this decision, one I’m sure many people can relate to”. Dark Wave / Indie Rock New Zealand Auckland

3.- Mort Jardin Slow   “contain influences of post punk, neo-psychedelia, a bit of dreampop, shoegaze stuff, general rock n roll, old new wave, maybe a bit alt-country and probably fit into the category ‘alternative’. I mean, who knows with this stuff”. Alternative / Indie Rock UK

4.- College Elite  The Way It Used To Be great debut album by Joshua William, and you can read our review by the self-title track here. Garage rock / Grunge / Indie Rock UK Manchester

5.- Abrasive Trees  Now You Are Not Here EP This band have been here before with the EP Without Light but now are back with this their third EP. In their own words “It’s the result of another collaboration with Jo Beth Young, Mark Beazley (rothko) and Ben Roberts (Evi Vine). It’s the work of me, Matthew Rochford and is inspired by my late father, the poet Gerard Rochford. I hope you love it and it resonates with you”. Alternative Rock / Psychedelic UK Totnes

6.- Forbidden Planet  Das Ist Verboten second full-length album. Entirely self-produced from conception to release, DAS IST VERBOTEN is an album 6 years in the making, with the final forging being intimately shaped by social unrest, political upheaval, and a global pandemic in 2020. DAS IST VERBOTEN contains 11 tracks of irreverent and eclectic instrumental progressive rock/metal, inspired by the full breadth of human emotion. Prog Rock / Metal / Alternative Rock Singapore        

7.- Morgan Houston Glow Up debut album release from up and coming Sydney pop songstress Morgan Houston. It is a captivating collection of anthemic pop songs that float seamlessly between acoustic laidback tunes to upbeat synth-pop tracks. Each song is raw, vulnerable and honest. Indie Pop / Dream Pop Australia Sydney.

8.- Laura Dre Moving Spaces  Produced by Robert Harder (Brian Eno, David Byrne, Neneh Cherry, Sohodolis, Babyshambles), ‘Moving Spaces’ is the exquisite, upcoming 10-track album from LGBTQ+ icon Laura Dre. Hitting over 50,000 views on YouTube in a week, this songstress is destined to have her name in lights. Indie Pop / Synth Pop Germany.

9.- Gravengonzo Their Fantasy Mirrors  Serene, sublime and sinister in equal measure, the synth-drenched shoe-gaze of Gravegonzo’s Their Fantasy Mirrors chronicles a series of characters; obsessives transfixed with their own reflections – lyrics that convey a jarring sense of menace, enveloped in sensuous, abstract pop music.

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, Indie Only, 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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