DAMIEN, Michael Donoghue, Grant Borland, and more…

May 28, 2022.

Hey, welcome back my friends, I hope that you’re doing well and having a great weekend, are you looking for something really cool to listen to? I really hope so, because I have some great stuff for you to present, this is your 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to.  Hard to pick one as the favorite and hopefully you find more than one that truly enjoy listening to.

As every single week I want to invite you to visit our website in general but in particularly to take a look at the category Upcoming Music you already know the drill, right? At the moment of the publication of this article we have 17 tracks/albums/eps on pre-save or pre-order there, you can’t listen to the tracks yet but you can enjoy the great work that our time does reviewing the music from this artists for us and letting us know how they sound, what they’re about, what the artist is sharing with us, and obviously the release date and all the links where you can find those artists, so take a moment and give them your support, pre-save, pre-save, pre-save we all appreciate it, thank you!!!

Never underestimate the power that you have to support these artists, we can do so much for them even with the smallest actions, listening to their music, following on their socials, sounds like things that we can do without really making an effort, right? So don’t hesitate and share with your friends if you enjoy them, share with your loved ones, you know that listening to music you exercise your brain, an if you listen to new music you’re actually challenging your brain cells more to make a bigger effort than when you listen to music that you already know, there you have it,  one more reason to be here with us, we’re going to keep on bringing more music you have enough challenges to enjoy for your daily lives.

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.- DamienWrong Age, Wrong Race, Wrong Gender. – Damien’s new album is a collection of Electro-rock infused tracks with dark and heavy overtones that combine sexual, political, and cultural themes, creating a complete and interesting work of art that keeps us hooked all the way through. You can read our review here.

2.- Michael DonoghueCalm Palm  Purple wave of inspiration led onward to create purplish evocative soundscapes. In the middle of it, the silhouette of palm trees growing in the artist’s backyard. The artist is Michael Donoghue and he’s back with a new release. This time it’s an EP, and the aforementioned palm trees give name to its title as well as one of its songs. You can read our review here.

3.- Grant BorlandFragments” sees a departure from all things orchestral, samples and electronica. Instead, it’s a fruit grown from limitation, in this case its a mostly piano-based EP. The neoclassical release is titled “Fragments” and it carries 5 short yet delightful pieces. While at the core the EP holds simplicity, the beautiful melodies and rhythmic variations present here show clearly that limitations are sometimes the best source of greatness. You can read our review here.

4.- Say It Anyway Picture Frames out via Real Ghost Records the debut EP consists of 5 high energy pop-punk songs plus a reworked acoustic version of their first single ‘Moments’ featuring guest vocals from long-time friend Matt Arsenault from A LOSS FOR WORDS.

5- FresquetCamino A Casa  This is the debut album by  the Argentine singer songwriter Sergio Fresquet now based on Madrid, I have to say that is pretty solid as a whole and some of these tracks has gain a tone of streams, so if the music in Spanish is your thing this one is definitely for you but even if it doesn’t, honestly worth a lot to give a listen to this work.

      6.-  Max BerlinMarion/yeah EP Berlin w/ Strings enters a weirder, more dramatic world–combining film music and music theatre with ethereal indie pop. “Marion” and its counterpart “yeah.” create a sense of cinematic psychedelia that uses the string orchestra to take its listeners on a larger journey. This isn’t a song: it’s a musical story.

7- Finn McGowanIf You’re Reading This I’a Already Dead – In his own words: “This EP is about my personal journey over the past 4 years, and represents a person I used to be, and not who I am now, and portrays my struggles with mental health”.

8.- soaMaybe It’s The Moon  – soa is an independent Canadian artist who’s debut EP ‘Maybe It’s The Moon’ was inspired by the conifer forests of the pacific north west where she spends half the year and the tropical jungle sounds of Brazil where she spends the other half. Her smooth and earthy vocals combined with drum and bass beats will keep you coming back for more.

9.- Thronbraver Mostly You This Debut EP was written throughout vocalist Paola Altamirano’s first real heartbreak. Inspired by the honesty and relatability of coming-of-age movies, Mostly You explores the feeling of growing up and finding yourself after your first relationship via truthful lyrics and dreamy indie rock…mixed in with a little bit of pop punk and midwest emo.

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, Track Of The Day, Take It Easy, and Indie Y Alternativo Actualmente.

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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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