JP2, Kodah, Tvar’ and More…

July 23, 2021.

Week 29 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.- JP2 Without Words In his own words “is an invitation into my personal musical journey that will take us in four completely different musical directions. Rock, metal, pop, jazz, djent, progressive, latin styles, the compositions on WITHUT WORDS cover a wide spectrum of styles and deliver on the promise uttered on its title; being able to communicate images, emotions, ideas, all without saying a single word”. You can read our review for this album here.

2.- Kodah Apocalypse In her own words: “After years of writing and recording, I finally felt like I needed to put together and debut an album. This is my attempt at that. Everything on this album is written, recorded, and produced by myself. I made this music as a way to express myself in a creative way and to simultaneously work through experiences. I picked 10 songs from my recordings, tried to polish them a bit, and then arrange them in a concise way that flows and hopefully reveals a glimpse of my life, my story, and what has inspired me.

3- Tvar’ Water in their own words: “Keeping the subject of tropical adventures at first glance, each song is inspired by actual problems of modern person: interaction between an individual and society, addictions, accepting who you are and how to deal with your creativity.”

4.- Real Authority Tru Emotion   In their own words: “Hey! We’re a Hardcore/Punk/Metal band called REAL AUTHORITY. We’re a heavy band but a whole lot of fun. On this EP we’ve got loads of hooky choruses, massive riffs and face melting guitar solos, all of the great stuff!”

5.- Bad Athlete  Super Bad Athlete In their own words: “From the songs to the artwork, everything about this album was done completely DIY and represents something near and dear to our hearts. It’s meant to capture a sense of nostalgia, the feeling of excitement and discovery we felt when we were discovering music for the first time.”

6.- Mood Organ  Slightseening Debut EP “The 5-track project defies genre boundaries, blending the group’s prog rock sound with psychedelia, blues rock, metal, disco and even avant garde. However the songs never take themselves too seriously, with lyrics detailing the plights of a crazy bean lady, a man hynotised by magician Derren Brown and a single father horse struggling to make ends meet.”

7.- Gabriel Richards Firing Line Debut EP, his debut single “Don’t You Go” was released in March with “Gave Up Light” following a month later. Gabriel says about the title track ‘Firing Line’ – “It’s about missing a chance to say something to someone because you’re unable to find the right words.”

8.- LA.MIMI M.BRYO Debut EP In their own words: “Its been a little over a year since I’ve been producing my own music and this EP is just the beginning. It’s a labor of love and an embodiment of my journey and growth to get where I am both as a person and as an artist.”

9.- Flowvers The Old Chapel Demos  “Having recently been gifted 12 days in Warner’s Studios London by Asylum Records, working with Radiohead, Artic Monkeys credited engineer Richard Woodcroft (the result of which will be released in August). The band have taken that experience & their ever-changing influences of New Wave, Post-Punk, 90s alternative into The Old Chapel Studios Chichester to lay down 5 tracks in one day, The Old Chapel Demos”

This week a great bonus

10.- Lore City Participation Mystique “The album immediately follows 2020’s Alchemical Task, combining elements of psych rock, post-rock, dark wave, and dream pop. The new single ‘I Know You Know,’ is a taut drone-rock anthem vibrating with the tension between material and spirit.”

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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