Beatdenker, Coffee House Anarchists, FIVESIDEDDICE, and more…

December 04, 2021.

Week 48 2021  December is here, welcome back to our Blog LT1KF my dear friends, Week 48 and might be one of the last that I bring this year, who knows maybe I’ll go all the way until the end of the year, maybe I stop earlier and return early January, the future… let’s stay in the present and here you have 9 picks that I handpicked for you to enjoy, let’s take a look at this round of 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to, released all of them recently (remember that you always can take a look back at our previous week recommendations here).

1- Beatdenker Too Tall To Dance.  This debut album holds 13 songs with a total runtime of 52 minutes. The album was written in 11 days full of intense music writing. The result – an album packed full of strange. It may make you feel disjointed and taken aback at first, but repeated listens reveal a structure underneath. You can keep reading our review here.

2.- Coffee House Anarchists Separated by the Sea, Pt. 1.  contains dark, moody, tracks which reflect the images of the stories that the lyrics narrate: Stories full of emotion with twists and turns. The album is an interesting and successful effort to rescue the traditional folk genre and give it a twist with modern music production methods. You can keep reading our review here.

3.- FIVESIDEDDICE, Baggage  A 5 track EP that dwells in a world of jazz, blues, and rap mixed with the grungy textures of rock and punk. Altogether, the EP shows musicianship that is out of the charts and a charisma that is found only once in a while… You can keep reading our review here.

4- Lost Club Saude.  This new EP centers around the themes of the nostalgia of love. Falling in love and falling out of love, take the center stage of the EP; what Lost Club does with Saudade is write a collection of songs that fondly remember relationships. He uses great instrumentation that blends sharp synths with echoey guitars, the vocals are full of emotion and personal expression… You can keep reading our review here.

5.- Nothing Special Self-title Debut EP  “is a collection of 5 songs that we started writing two years ago.. Each song holds on to special memorabilia for the four of us. Each had its own writing process & they’ve all forgone many changes. We couldn’t be happier to have this released for the friends who have been waiting for it, and we are looking forward to our projects to come”.

6.- Thank You George Kilograms Of Time    This EP is a mix of minor chords and loop machines, of electronic spheres and walls of sound, of Folk and Indie, Rock and Pop. Their music comes to live through endless waves and pressing lyrics, through its pushing silence and its epic endings. It is glass-half-empty, profound and sad, plenty and splendid.

7- adaolisa  Banana Island   An Afro-Austrian with a childhood and early adult life set in multiple backgrounds, adaolisa uses her diverse cultural experiences to string together music that combines different genres such as R’n’B, HipHop, Pop, Afrofunk and Contemporary Soul, purposefully deciding not to stick to one herself. Although her main language is English, she occasionally writes and sings in German as well.

8.- Lauren Juzang HAHAHHAHA   Lauren is an 19-year-old alternative pop artist from Tarzana, California. Writing about topics ranging from gender inequality to unrequited love to delusional ideation, she shows a diverse ranges of writing skills.

9.- The Cookie Jar Complot Caviar Capital  debut EP filled with raucous indie, atmospheric post-rock and funky goodness from Luxembourg. The EP takes you from the singles “NEO”, a lush hooky banger to the dancy, crushing heights of “sweet dreams”. “TFO” is a trip to Indie’s guitar tapping at its finest while “Tides” has a no-nonsense opener, taking you to a roaring high chorus as closer.

This week bonus is for Luxe the EP Get Over Yourself The album features some hard-hitting, catchy pop rock tracks, with hooks that are guaranteed to get stuck in your head. The album is written, recorded and performed entirely by Luxe, with co-writing from Nick Toews and Jake Barnes. If you’re a fan of the early 2000s pop punk sound of The Starting Line, Blink 182, Green Day and New Found Glory, but also love the new styles of MGK, Kenny Hoopla and Mod Sun, you will definitely love this new album from Luxe.

I hope not only you can enjoy this track but also support these 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, Chill – Folk – Acoustic, Autumn Acoustic, 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:

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