Hannah Dorman, Fertility House, LxstBxy, and more…

Agust 07, 2022.

Hey, how are you my friends, did you have a great week? I really hope so, so glad to have you back, welcome to your 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to this week. Time to have some fun!!!

Don’t forget to check out the “Upcoming Music” category on the blog, great tracks there waiting for you to pre-save or pre-order, remember that this one way you can show these artists some love, I’m sure they’re going to appreciate it, and I know that you’re going to find artists to enjoy here with us.

Let’s waist no more time and let’s go with the artists of this week!!!

Most of these albums are recently released (and important to say that you always can take a look back at our previous week recommendations Ayaam Ali Bangash, Jackson Vincent, Dark Soul Safari, and more…, for the whole 2022 or 2021).


1.- Hannah Dorman This EP is an exciting and powerful collage of songs that go from Pop to Rock, and even Tropical House! “222” is all about empowerment and self-love, and it is the debut for this talented artist’s new and refreshed sound. You can read our review here.

2.- Fertility House  Dust In their own words: “Each track is specific to different feelings that one feels during a relationship. Starts out fun and eager, but then there’s a failure during the relationship. That leads to feelings like loneliness, sorrow, anger, “what ifs”, all sorts of things come to mind, and each track explores one of these feelings while telling the story of the relationship.” You can read our review here soon…

release was born. You can read our review here.

3.- LxstBxy If you enjoy emo, trap, and hip-hop, this EP is a must-hear. Dealing with toxic relationships and falling apart from friends is always tough, but “Good Memories / Bad People” can help to deal with such. Or maybe just to enjoy a couple of fire beats! You can read our review here.

4.-Pacific by  AA_Legrand new release is a perfect manifestation of this electronica-sprinkled indie folk sound. It’s also the point when the artist found his sound. Simeon had dabbled in sounds since 2012, exploring things and, as he admitted, “aimlessly messing around”. That was until May 1st in 2019 spent creating the final version of “Shade of a Giant”, when everything started making sense and he found his musical course. With this, his debut release was born. You can read our review here.

5.-  Mark Elliott Driver The EP So Long, So Long contain five tracks of original music spanning genres folk, electronic and psychedelic rock with an ensemble consisting of Robert Lausen (double bass), Thomas Moreno (vibraphone), and Gonzalo Mera (electric guitar).

6.- Desiree Cameron aka Dzirè has established herself as a compelling addition to the dark pop/alternative scene in Melbourne, Australia. Her new EP Rectify sees the embodiment of accepting and expressing your dark side, cultivating an experience where her listeners are confronted with heavier topics.

    7.-  Outer Sunset In their own words: “Our debut EP Elsewhere has solidified our first year and foundation as a band. Our opening track “Forever” has provided the exciting hard hitting energy that we use to start this EP on the right foot”. – Wesley Settles

8- Imanol U’re Guay Vol. 40 These three original tracks are inspired by the global crises between pandemic, war and devastated markets bringing the old school break sound to our ears and the usual house we provide hand in hand with these three Latin American artists

9.- Oliver Birch in his own words ‘Burning Daylight‘ combines many styles; namely, experimental/baroque pop, alternative music, new-wave, and singer-songwriter music. If you are interested in artists such as: Kate Bush, Perfume Genius, HAIM, David Bowie, or Phoebe Bridgers, I would hope that you might enjoy this album. It is the culmination of hundreds of hours of solo work, and is very personal to me, but I write about existential angst, struggling with isolation in recent years, and desperately wanting to ‘be something’ – I imagine many will find it relatable!

This week I have a bonus for you, the band The Store and their EP Forest For The Trees in their own words “We are a 5 piece band from Anchorage, Alaska. We frequently gig around the area, and we’ve heard from a lot of people that it’s hard to pinpoint our genre. Our foundation is definitely rock, but with the array of influences each member brings to the music, the rock label is best understood as more of an umbrella term.”

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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