Matthew Lian Nicholson, S J Denney, Samseb Kierkegaard,and more…

May 22 2022

Hello once again my music lovers, welcome back to your 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to.  I’m so happy to have you here ready to enjoy this brand-new releases, another eclectic selection so you can find something that you really enjoy and support.

As usual I want to say thank you so much for all the support that you bring to the blog, to your support for this artists, they really need us, and the best part is that we actually can help them in so many ways so don’t underestimate the power that you have, every visit to the blog, every like, every article you read, every stream that you do, every follow, all helps, all is needed, so thank you and keep going.

I’m really thrilled to present you these great albums, so enjoy it and don’t forget to spread the word, we all have friends, or that social media group where you can always apport these artists,  it’s that simple and so much important, they also deserve to be introduced to all these 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, and if you can also buying their music, or the way fit you best, but support. 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 16 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- Matthew Liam NicholsonUniversal Outsider – a shimmering folk rock beauty that’s been in the works for the last 5 years. Home to 13 small universes, each song offers a multidimensional sonic landscape, and a different story told through poetic lyricism. It’s a heavily layered release full of nearly orchestral compositions, which along with the warm-bodied instrumentation and the mystical yet cozy vocals promise to never stop surprising with something new discovered through repeated listens. It also sounds timeless…you can keep reading our review here.

2.- S J Denney4 Reasons To Fly The EP is a collection of personal feelings put into thoughts, with a varied sound that uses guitars, strings, drums and oboe, to offer a folk sound like none other full of complexity and emotion. Four Reasons to Fly merits to listen a relisten again and again, just to uncover everything it has to offer. You can read our review here.

3.- Samseb KierkegaardLuna: Fantasy Named Happiness  “ which tells a whirlwind story of a boy from the city of Reality, Luna Moonlight the heroine, and Uncertainty the Monster. An alternative and atmospheric release which sounds absolutely massive; it is difficult to believe this was recorded in a bedroom with the intention not to disturb neighbours! You can read our reviews for Luna The Invisible Irony, Luna: Luna Moonlight, and Luna Dependent Personality Disorder.

4.- Elektric Animals Channels has 3 new songs ( 2 re-released) Each song will embody its own original tarot card. You can read our review for Head in the Ground.

5- JohHiatus  This album is a collection of journal entries and simple poems delicately pieced together and effortlessly put to melodies. Sensationally based and emotionally driven, listeners get a glimpse into Joh’s moments, a peak at her intimate memories, a sip of breath, of life from her lungs, a shared beat of her beautiful heart. Primarily guitar based, this dreamy indie/folk body of work crosses many genres, housing r&b/blues inspired vocals and progressions, soft rock guitar licks and baselines, and classically inspired compositions, creating addictively eccentric melodies and enchanting harmonics. “Hiatus” is a sunrise through the windowpane of a dark, peaceful room, a call from a friend you haven’t seen in so long, a familiar face, a soft storm, a silent scream, permission to feel, to love, to listen, a coming home, a voice for those of us who feel so much but can’t find the words.

6.-  And The BrokenThe Black and The Blue EP –   brings their usual mix of irresistible melodies, soaring guitars and angelic harmonies, but this time around with a distinct touch of melancholy and nostalgia.

7- Sensei CigarSelf Titled Debut Ep – In their own words: “ Our songs are soft, yet energic, lyric yet catchy, and we merge the unique sound of our cigar box and guitar. Hope you’ll enjoy our music as much as we have making it!”

8.- Ida AlexFree Woman  – The EP includes five songs which two of them have been released earlier, along with three new songs. Alex tells that this EP will be a diary-like description of her life and struggles as a young woman. It travels through pain and rebellion to ultimate inner liberation, where one finally dares to be true to herself and leave her past behind.

9.- Craig Swan The Flowers In The Attic Are Strangers To The Flood This is my second EP, which follows “George’s Diner” and even though it continues certain themes and atmospherics, I feel like it is a step forward artistically. I’m really proud of what I’ve made.

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.

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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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