Greg Bounce, The Magic Epic, Inconnia, and more…

May 07 2022.

Hello May and you all, thank you so much for being here, another week is gone, but we have more cool stuff for you, dreamy soundscapes, epicness all around one these albums, a couple of fantastic female albums that I’m sure you’re going to be delighted, synthwawe, folk, jazz and more, so I’m sure you are going to find in these 9 albums/EPs something right for you.

As always let me say thank you for your likes and comments, for read us, but mostly for support these artists, I never get tired to say that the only thing they need is an opportunity to be heard, their art is as important as any other artist out there, so  thank you for joining use in this quest, I hope you can enjoy it as much as I do.

So waste no more time, here you have our round up of 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to. One last thing: enjoy it and share it with your friends, they also deserve to be introduce to all this unknown artists, otherwise they’re going to be missing some great stuff that can’t find as easily out there as you can do here.

Remember to support these artists in the way that we can, streaming, following, buying their music, or the way fit you best, but support, don’t forget. Visit please our website in the category Upcoming Music where you’re going to be able to bring your support to those artists pre-saving or pre-ordering (Bandcamp) their upcoming tracks (right now 10 articles there).

Remember that most of these albums are recently released (and important to say that you always can take a look back at our previous week recommendations here, for the whole 2022 or 2021).


1- Greg BounceFrango Magic –the EP is home to 5 smooth-sounding electronic pop songs, all created during an extended period of songwriting. At the heart they are the sound of an artist rediscovering himself and the importance of music in his life, and that further inspires the dreamy soundscapes building a pleasant vibrant atmosphere to relax and get lost in. You can read our review here.

2.- The Magic Epic36  debut album is a collection of fond memories. For instance the single “”Sally“” makes appearance here, a song written in honor of his friend who had gone through so much and came out stronger than ever before. “Summer“, another single with a strong Coldplay-like celebrating vibe, is a memory of a hot summer full of good friends and parties. The album is also a love letter to… You can keep reading our review here.

3.- InconniaOpus I“   Debut album. Is a collection of her earliest songs, circa 2018-2020, comprising the initial musical groundwork that forms the INCONNIA identity. She says:“It feels like the right time to put these songs out from my bedroom and into the world. They’ve been sitting around on my laptop for far too long!”

4.- Mina Richman Jaywalker  Debut EP In her own words: “is a collection of songs mostly written during the pandemic, caught in my tiny student flat with not much more than a guitar and Ukulele. Revisiting growing up in a small town, it offers escapism, introspection and comfort. Songs that move between a groovy Ukulele and an Acoustic guitar with smooth electric guitar solos. It is an ode to the weird kids, the queer kids, the girls with the bowties and the introverts who wish they had the guts to speak their mind. A search for freedom and coming home at the same time.”

5- JeffD ClarkLo-Fi Station  Really chill, really cool, even if we don’t know, we always need a little of jazz in our daily lives to make them better, so give it a listen only  13 minutes long, but warning you might get caught. In his own words “Hi this my last LP : its a lo-fi and Jazz stuff”.

6.-  Sub-CultureFlora and Fauna –   Debut Album, Sub-Culture is a two piece comprising Ross (conversational vocals, ghostly guitars) and Mace (synthesisers of sex and programming of life) and they play a concoction of modern electro pop, urban electronica, balearic house, industrial krautrock and atmospheric no wave. With vocals calling to mind John Cooper Clarke and Baxter Dury, along with a nod to early electro and hip hop, their songs burst with brutal truths, surreal vignettes and grimy hooks.

7- MatteblackThe Matteblack EP – is the first release from bedroom-pop singer-songwriter/producer MatteBlack. After years spent crooning with an old acoustic in dive bars throughout Johannesburg, Cape Town and Hanoi (Vietnam), artist Shima Mojapelo learned producing to bring his music to a more futuristic sound. MatteBlack is the persona he uses to release his self-produced work. Looking to take his songs beyond his acoustic guitar MatteBlack’s sound promises to be unique and genuine if nothing else. 

8.- Ever ElysianElysian Fields  – Debut EP A sweet blend of soul, blues, folk-rock and contemporary R&B guided by melodic guitar and soulful vocals. In their own words: “The music is a story. Each song adapts to a unique atmosphere that weaves from genre to genre. Raw emotion and passion are the driving forces behind inspiration to the music, enhanced by our passion to allow our listeners to experience something both relatable and captivating”

9.- Dylan Sherry, “Ur Love” In his own words: “My influences are indie, classic country, and oldies–traces of which can be found throughout the EP. As with the rest of my material, it’s 100% self-recorded and funded.”

I hope not only you can enjoy these artists but also remember to support them, streaming and sharing their work that obviously you can find in the Playlist Less Than 1,000 Followers, Fresh Singles, Indie Only, Alterindie State of Mind, Female Rising Stars, 12 New Songs This Week, Sickest & Dopest, and  Contemporary Jazz.

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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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