June 24, 2022.
Wow!!! New Music Friday is here and I’m so excited and stoked for the albums that I’m going to share with you all. Thank you for being here and for your support to all these artists that we bring to you the sooner we can so you can enjoy them as much as I do, and this is the 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to.
I know you visit the website of this blog, obviously but remember to take a look to the category Upcoming Music we enter today with 18 great options for you (and more coming soon) to support and enjoy but 5 of them was release today 3 singles ( by Herald K and Vince Chinaski, the other one is the debut by Martina) and 2 outstanding albums by Hyooman and Kingfisher, so please keep bringing your support to these artists with their pre-saves, thank you so much for your all the things that you do, 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).
ALL ALBUMS/EPS SUBMITTED AND DISCOVERED VIA MUSOSOUP
1.- Hyooman The Minneapolis Indie Rock band is finally releasing their new album “Pilot“, a beautiful collection of soft songs with silky textures that’ll make you feel great while, and after, you hear them. The thematic of the songs span from the nostalgia of being a kid, to the never ending pursue of profit. “Pilot” is a must hear and you can keep reading our review here.
2.- Kingfisher is delivering a very unique and uplifting musical experience in their brand new album “Two Magic Symphonies”, an 8 track collection plus a bonus track of Indie-Rock music mixed with Alternative, Electronic, and Hard Rock nuances.You can keep reading our review here.
3.- “High Ground Mixtape” Lisbon-based producer Mr Sunshine is releasing a 5-track EP made in collaboration with some amazing artist of the genre which include: Bronze Nazareth & Roxiie Reese (track 1 “In the Sky”), Elisa Gobbi, Micwise, cpt.6_7 & Nekro G. 5 songs of Boombap rap with a chilled mood and an intense vocal performance. You can keep reading our review here.
4.- Audri – The concept of the album Mechanic High is about retaining happiness and recalling those times we were happy and creating even more for us to remember on the future. Audri captures this sensation of playful joy on a music level and lyrical level through storytelling techniques that place us on a certain time-space. You can read our review here.
5.- Snakedoctors Both the new wave/dark wave/post-punk inspired Side A and grunge inspired Side B of Four And A Half once again showcase Snakedoctors’ penchant for crafting memorable and enjoyable indie tracks. And at the same time that Snakedoctors evoke such eclectic musical styles through their impressive songwriting, their output remains nonetheless unique, bringing a fresh perspective to listeners. You can read here our review here.
6.- Shale “Wither” defines the band’s unique neo-vintage tone, while highlighting their stylistic diversity. To wrap up a successful 6-month release cycle, the EP features 3 previously released singles and a new bonus track that gives the EP its name, Wither.
7.- Chasing Foxes – With The Sun, the band hailing from Angoulême (France) defends a spontaneous and instinctive rock, vigorously impregnated with the spirit of the Gallagher brothers and their emulators, or more recent bands like Catfish & The Bottlemen and French rockers Last Train. The result is four hard-hitting tracks with an energy largely inherited from intense and uncompromising live performances. Along these four tracks, there is a succession of addictive sing-alongs, supported by riffs which, although focusing on efficiency, explore beautiful harmonies and sound colours. And to complete the picture: an irreverence mixed with irony that the band enjoys, teasing this rock music that has become too wise and nice for their taste.
8- The Birthday Letters, the moniker of Joseph Hughes, is a singer-songwriter originating from Shropshire and now residing in London, whose intricate and deep thought process results in poetically charged music. This artist returns with ‘Yearning For Vitalists,’ a sophomore alternative folk-charged LP, replete with delicate vocality, poetic lyrics, and an ethereal atmosphere we didn’t realise we desperately needed, inspired by the everlasting wonder of our planet and questioning everything along the way.
9.- Present Paradox Singer-songwriter and producer David Kleinekottmann reflects on the social and personal caesura caused by the pandemic. His new album will delight fans of Krautrock and folk appropriations like those found in the recent Radiohead œuvre.
Also worth a lot to take listen to the new EP’s by Skeleton Ocean “Bedrooms”, The Shop Window “Eyes Wide Shut”/ “Low” and Lyla Dipaul “Sleepless Nights” 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, 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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