Vehicles, Lockdown Co., C-Beem, and more…

June 18, 2022.

So happy to have you back and if it’s your first time welcome, I really hope you can enjoy the ride as much as I do, a new week is done and it’s time for my 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to.

I want you to invite you to visit our website and take a look to the category Upcoming Music and it’s incredible once again as previous two weeks we have 17 tracks/albums/eps on pre-save or pre-order, that’s not weird, is next step, right?  The difference from last week is that yesterday we have the release of 5 articles instead of 9 from previous one getting out of that category, so keep going helping these artists with their pre-saves, thank you so much for your support, and keep enjoying with us all the fun that we have here finding great and upcoming artist even before they release their music.

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.

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.- Vehicles Belief in Habits  born from the isolation of the pandemic, and the frustration, pain, and uncertainty that came with it. But don’t be upset, this songs are far from being downers, in fact, they’re everything but hurting. You can keep reading our review here.

2.- End of Chapter abounds with a vast array of musical influences, showcasing Lockdown Co.’s penchant for crafting brilliant instrumental music that is highly enjoyable and engaging. While drawing from genres such as progressive metal and hard rock, End of Chapter nonetheless finds its strengths in sounding completely original, as this impressive up-and-coming duo bring exciting new sounds to fans of many different musical styles You can keep reading our review here.

3.- This EP takes inspiration from Japanese folklore to take us into a mystical and unknown place full of beauty, wonder and dreams, with a tint of horror lurking in a corner. Tales From Tono, from English composer C-Beem, is inspired by 1910 publication by Kunio Yanagita The Legends of Tono. Through a deep exploration of musical soundscapes and surreal lyrics, C-Beem presents an immersive album full of magic. You can keep reading our review here.

4.- Damn Renegades –  put the pedal to the metal in their masterfully crafted new EP! Excelsior is an explosive experience of heavy bangers. A mixture of thrash, metal, and rock, all brought together to create a fantastic sound of dystopian features. You can read our review here.

5.- Salt House Lavish  the alias of a music producer and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Laverick, explores electronic soundscapes in his own way. He doesn’t follow any common paths, instead the artist brings out the more mystical, psychedelic and transcending side of electronica.You can read here our review for the single Staring Off Into Space, one of the track part of his new album “Take a Deep Breath People“.

6.-  Trish Discord The After Math Of 2016 This record has a truly disruptive energy in the music business, channeling the old standards of the industry and focusing more on the message than trying to be flashy just for the sake of it. This isn’t just political and social music for the sake of shock value: there is a true and distinctive vibe about it.

    7.-  Sweet GiantTil You’re Blue Recorded and self produced by the band and mixed by Callum Barter (Courtney Barnett/ Kurt Vile), the four tracks bring together dreamy and achingly cool vocals with guitars that take you down arrow-straight highways into a dustbowl desert, propelled by a rhythm section who you can tell are building to the crescendo of a sunset festival set. You can read our review here for their single that give name to this EP.

8- When 2022 began, gloomy june didn’t exist yet. Six months later, the group has played in four states and two countries, including 5 SXSW showcases and a set at Montreal’s punk festival Pouzza Fest, and is set to debut their first EP, Popsick, the day before embarking on a month-long summer tour. After nearly two years without live shows, gloomy june formed from Bay Area band The Y Axes, and has been working nonstop as if making up for lost time.

9.- Organic Pete and the Herbs in his own words “THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW is my debut EP, featuring 6 new tracks – all written, sung, performed, produced, and mixed by me, Organic Pete. Since I started making music as Organic Pete and The Herbs® in 2018 I have released a concatenation of weird and wonderful, visually rich projects and singles, including collaborations with a mixture of animators, filmmakers, dancers and performance artists, some of whom I’ve rejoined forces with for the visuals of this new EP.”

Also worth a lot to take listen to the new EP’s by Luce, St. Tropez, and Stay Illusion. Take care and enjoy!!!

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, Contemporary Jazz, 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:

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