Michael Donoghue, The Super Moons, La Sanyea Dengue and more…

September 04, 2021.

Week 35 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.- Michael Donoghue Landing “The overall sound, possibly influenced by the cover art, invites me to imagine extraterrestrial lifeforms and cosmic events. At the same time there’s an earthly groove running though the song, and an underlying ongoing exploration.” Part of our review from Landing.  You can read our review for Univere Eyes here.

2.- The Super Moons Real Life Heroes   Debut album from Edinburgh five piece band The Super Moons. Eclectic, socially aware with influences of many kinds. Inspired by Paul Weller, Doctor Feelgood, Northern Soul, and other quality British tune masters, The Super Moons bring a no-nonsense maturity to the Scottish Indie scene, cut from years of jam sessions between a bunch of friends. Eleven original tracks which deserve to be heard.

3.- La Sanyea Dengue Dimensional Mystery Tour  “La Sanyea Dengue is a 4-piece rock band from Borlänge, Sweden who have just released Dimensional Mystery Tour on august 31st. 5 brand new songs packed with peanuts, so heavy they make Odin blush with envy. Buckle up for a stormy rollercoaster ride down the deepest, darkest depths of Nangijala.”

4.- Heart Through Sacrifice Heart Through Sacrifice Debut Album “Filled with melody, ambiance, crushing riffs, battering drums and soaring vocals, it is everything an epic fantasy concept album should be and more!”

5.- Martina Armour What It Feels Like In her own words “ This debut EP holds a very special chapter and it represents my most honest and raw songs to date. It’s moody, haunting, catchy with cinematic and folk-rocky elements. I hope that this EP truly makes you FEEL, remember and dream.”

6- Blak El Tal d’Escil-la  “The spiral means conflict. You will feel it in some fragments where drums and guitars seem to seek opposite paths. In the viscerality of the episodes of loss, rage, doubt and revelation. The spiral causes inertia and annuls neutrality. What are our biases? El Tall d’Escil·la (Scylla’s Cut) is musical and mental deconstruction. El Tall d’Escil·la is the character of a Greek myth unraveling a poem by Rasha Omran under the gaze of Virginie Despentes and Lluís Maria Xirinacs. You don’t want to miss this one.

7.- Oll Ef  Ghost Of Us All Debut Album “is loosely inspired by entropy and the residual ghosts lodged in the memory as the world evolves and changes.”

8.- Zorya Primeval  This is quite an experience, really sounds different from previous things I have heard you need to give a listen to this outstanding work. Black metal meets alternative rock  meets  post black, somewhere in between.

9.- Adam James  The Willos “Overall, this album implores fans to embrace exploration and to take risks. The songs on this album came to be over the course of years.”

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,  Alterindie State of Mind, Hot Stuff Metal, and  Long, Long, Long Songs.

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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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