September 24, 2021.
Week 38 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.- Avaraj Outside Looking In Debut EP, in her own words “these are songs I wrote about five years ago. I was going through a tough time, and I felt alone. I’d use social media as a distraction from my problems. This EP is about looking around the world and seeing how out of touch we are. We’re not just out of touch with reality or others, but also with ourselves. We don’t seem to know how to cope with life anymore, and many of the songs address that internal struggle too.” You can read our review here.
2.- El Italiano Cross A La Mandíbula. “is an ode to the city of Buenos Aires, focusing in the myths that surround the city. Various figures from Argentinian culture and porteño are mentioned in the lyrics: from literature, places, historical archetypes and music; Roberto Arlt, Jorge Luis Borges, Buenos Aires, gauchos and Astor Piazzola.” Debut Album. You can read our review here
3.- Moon Walker Truth To Power I know that you might be thinking that these guys are way over 1K Followers on Spotify and yes, you’re right. But the first time we have them in the blog in June with The TV Made Me Do It they’re not yet there, then a second time on July with Light Burns Out at the moment we published that review they just passed that mark. But what can I say if not that we love the work that Harry and Sean did with their debut album (It was recorded in the bands apartment throughout the COVID pandemic and was engineered, produced and mixed by Harry).
In their own words “The record is a social commentary. It’s a snapshot of my political frustrations, criticisms and disappointments, as a 22 year old inAmerica. It’s all inspired by events of the past year, particularly the end of the Trump presidency, the capitol insurrection and the culmination of the alt-right movement
4.- hellocentral hellocentral heponymous debut album “This debut album is one for the history books. Hellocentral’s self-titled album is a masterful 13 powerful and emotive songs for all you emo punk-rock lovers out there. Delight your ears and feel yourself again with hellocentral.” You can read our review here.
5.- Soldier Story Underbelly “This record exists in the balance of sitting in a universally experienced anxiety through the Trump presidency, in addition to all the trauma of the Covid-19 pandemic, to trying to let go and imagine life going back to normal.”
6.- Femegades Pornsick Debut EP “Tackling subjects such as women subjected to male violence and consent head-on, with hard-hitting lyrics that are both sensitive to the subject matter and delivered with a sense of optimism.”
7.- Laura Guarch KRËODYLIA. Debut Album “from Catalan-British artist Laura Guarch. An original work of avant-pop blending electronic and organic sound evoking natural and imaginary landscapes. Rivers, wind, ice and mist interacting with the voices that inhabit the human soul”
8- The Shirts and Shoes Sinner Swing in their own words “Longstanding rock band from MA putting out our first studio album after recording in our basement for years. IF this doesn’t rock your socks off we’ll do our best to make up the lost time for you.”
9.- Charlie De’ Medici Why Not? In his own words “I wanted to simultaneously introduce myself to the world and deliver fun songs, ultimately by attempting to make an old style of rap music modern again and freshening it up for a new audience”.
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, and Sickest & Dopest.
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Here is a guide (Playlist) with one track from each of the albums presented in this round up: