August 14, 2021.
Week 32 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.- Cold Comforts Living in Relative Obscurity “After a long year spent hidden away from the world they accumulated a hoard of new music and knew instantly that the rest of the world needed to hear it too. Combine that restless creativity with a solid grasp of home-recording knowledge and a burning desire to scream about every tiny thing that pisses them off and you get their visceral debut album – “Living in Relative Obscurity””
2.- Divine Anger Guru Of Hate “ Believe it or not, Divine Anger is a metal band from another dimension. How and why this shift happened is still a riddle to all! One moment, they were playing the biggest gig of their life in Wacken – on their side. Next, they woke up here, in a reality that is home to you but alien to them.” Keep reading our review here.
3.- Jason Payne & The Black Leather Riders The Abyss In his own words: “My whole point ith this work is to make people question their lives and feel these emotions. This record means so much to me, since it’s about everything I felt and still feel. I’m a person who never stops asking questions. I always want to know more. Specially, when it comes to existentialism, I’m always in internal conflict, since I question everything. This is my message, this is my music and it’s about how I feel, and hopefully, people will relate to it.”
4.- Emma Hunter Here I Go‘s home to 4 tracks. The themes in this album are serious, coming from the darker side of relationships as well as strong negative feelings. This EP also portrays how genius of an artist Emma Hunter is, and it will show as soon as you hit play.” Keep reading our review here.
5- Sycloner Window $hopping “contains four tracks that push and pull through alt-pop soundscapes. Fanciers will clock trademark lyrics ranging from the cryptic to the bleeding obvious. Window Shopping reflects the anxieties and bluster found in earlier releases, and crackles with themes of loss, connection, and episodic self-awareness.
7.- The Routine Under The Circumstances “The EP’s name, ‘Under The Circumstances’, comes from the fact that it was written, rehearsed, and recorded during a hard time for the whole world. Isolation was the norm and Zoom calls were the only way we could see our loved ones. This EP is a result of many months of file sharing and writing online without actually being able to get in a room and practice and write as we normally would. We are incredibly proud of the outcome of this record and are really pleased to finally share it with everyone.”
8.- Infra Violet Dream Tether “is their latest endeavour, featuring their most popular hits to date re-mixed and re-mastered with brand new pop anthems & floaty synth ballads. Using nostalgic synths & lilting melodies to drive home the lyrical theme of the album; connection. The unspoken tethers that bind us to the environment, our own inner dreams, and each other. The duo took the last year to explore what it really means when we suddenly lose those connections, and the optimistic uncertainty of how to find our way back, now that so much has already been lost.”
9.- Lend Me The Twelve Songs of Interest “Are they Funk? Are they Punk? Are they Rock ‘n’ Roll? They’re Lend me the Twelve. Many have shown concerns regarding the sacred doctrine that Lend me the Twelve are spreading, but let me assure you, this is far from controversial. You can read our review here for Devil’s Avocado the lead single for the EP.
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, Sickest & Dopest, Indie Only, Alterindie State of Mind, and Hot Stuff Metal.
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Here is a guide (Playlist) with one track from each of the albums presented in this round up.