June 12, 2022.
Hey, welcome back dear friends, I’m thrilled to present you these 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to. As every week the mix here is all over the place so you have nothing to worry about it, you’re going to find things for your enjoyment and we’re going to have a fun ride with this week batch.
I just can’t believe it, but seem like that in our category Upcoming Music once again as previous week we have 17 tracks/albums/eps on pre-save or pre-order, that’s weird don’t you thing, only yesterday we have the release of 9 albums getting out of that category, but the important thing is that you can still enjoying helping these artists with their pre-saves, thank you so much for your support, keep doing it, please, and keep enjoying with us the emotion of known what’s coming soon.
Remember to never underestimate the power that you have, your support to these artists is so important and you can do it in so many ways, 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 trying, 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.
ALL ALBUMS/EPS SUBMITTED AND DISCOVERED VIA MUSOSOUP
1.- The Antiquis Et Novis Titled “Afterglow“, the new album comes as a collection of chillout electronic songs with one main theme, and that is offering a deep musical relaxation. The German producer has done a wonderful… you can keep reading our review here.
2.- Sergio Napoletano takes us on a journey through time and experiences, most of them during the pandemic. The “Memory Aisle” EP is an uplifting and soothing collection of Indie/Classic Rock tracks that brings positivism and self-reflection. You can keep reading our review here.
3.- Lapels “Live at Black Barn EP” A one-off taster of the Lapels’ live experience, the debut EP showcases x3 new and original tracks from the boys. Serving up the BritPop/indie/mod fusion, that we now recognise as the Lapel signature sound, the band treat audiences to a masterpiece in live music. From the ridiculously catchy ‘Back To Beginnings’, the cheeky Blur-esque ‘Early Morning Rain’, right through to ‘Time Is Ours’, which hints of a melodic downtempo nod to the Beatles – each track has been handpicked to highlight the multi-faceted dimensions of Lapels. Produced by Michael Smith, the EP was recorded at Paul Weller’s Black Barn Studios during the spring of ’22.
4.- Quiet Sonia – Wild and Bitter Fruits – Debut EP Blending indierock, folk, post-rock and shoegaze – with inspiration from jazz, techno, ambient and modern classical – the result is a kaleidoscopic, multi-colored, almost mosaic-like listening experience, brimming with details and rewarding repeated listenings. Singer and guitarist Nikolaj Bruus has written, recorded and mixed “Wild and Bitter Fruits” almost entirely on his own, making it more of a solo-effort, with the exception of much appreciated contributions from bandmates Frida Rolskov Pedersen (piano, vocals) and Thea Thorborg (violin) – and features from Jens Aagaard (Tettix Hexer) and Mikkel Trøjborg Fink (Collider) – learning many things from scratch, and the result is an exercise in an almost dogma-less work with all the control and detail-work that follows.”
5.- Ali Neil “Land Before Us” Debut EP “Written after uprooting from London to the East Sussex coast the songs reveal a more definitive, singular sound, afforded and influenced by the relative remoteness of this new coastal dwelling.
In a move away from the classic troubadour tropes, the standard long and winding narrative are ditched for songs that represent polaroids or vignettes of moments, seemingly light on the confessions, though no less truthful. Indeed, the recording process was left unfiltered, untouched, keen to trust in the broader sonic strokes.”
6.- Ugly Mothers Finally, after the release of their debut single “Gringo” back in 2019 (still remember that track on release day) their Debut Ep is here. Their unconventional songs take inspiration from a wide range of fictitious narratives, hard hitting and controversial topics including terrorism, the sex-tourism industry, WWII, single parents struggling with alcoholism and PTSD.
7.- Cool Moon – Crossing The Finish Line third album that highlights the band’s energy creating a record that is fun, fast, rock n’ roll, wistful and heartfelt. This album finds Cool Moon at the top of their game with a focus on intense, lush production. As a whole, the album highlights the band’s range, keeping the listeners attention while maintaining the essence that makes Cool Moon special.
8- Written between London and Riga, Pessimismus is the debut EP of up and coming latvian indie electronic duo Bel Tempo. DeepBlueSea is the flagship single from this EP – featuring London’s rising star, femme fatale Eliza Legzdina, the song is smooth as silk – melodic hip hop, an unrepeatable moonlight sax solo and a beat that can revive a dead man. A humble nod towards Damon Albarn and his best work. –
9.- The Loud Bangs ‘Highway Safety Films’ is the band’s third 5-song EP of 2022, along with a batch of remix EPs. The anxiety of car crashes serves as a focus for the songs, thus extending the band’s lore and Alice Street’s focus on mental health obstacles.
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, Chill – Folk – Acoustic, Sickest & Dopest. Long, Long, Long Songs, and Unknown but Essentials!!!
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Here is a guide (Playlist) with one track from each of the albums presented in this round up: