9 o’clock Nasty, Paraphon, Staytus, and more…

October 08th, 2022.

Hey, I hope you’re enjoying the weekend, finally Satuardy, I said finally cos I was waiting for this day to share with you my album of the week that you can find right now on my Linktr.ee, it was a no-brainer, following these mates for around over a year, we kind of just to searching for them every single month, handworkers can be a word to describe them, and you might think that I’m being biased but if you follow the blog and our work should know that always try to keep things real, I can’t help it’s just my work ethic. And yes, I’m talking about our dear friends “the raccoons” or as MadZen call them the “The Nasty”.

I appreciate you being here, if is your first time welcome, enjoy, and if you do, support this artists, here is our round up for 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to, this time Week 40.

This week I want to invite you to visit the playlist For When The Time Is Right, if the titled is not letting you know the subject that this list is intended to fulfill, I only can add that is my attempt to create the atmosphere for the vibe that might help to get into the mood.  

Please don’t forget to support these artists in any way you can never mind if is the  easiest way for you, everything counts, you can stream, like (heart their songs on the platform that you use), follow their profiles all over social media, share them with you loved ones, add them to your playlists, pre-save their upcoming releases and if you can go to their live performances that would be the ultimate experience in support and enjoyment for you both.

Most of these albums are recently released (and important to say that you always can take a look back at our previous week recommendations The Baker’s Basement, V/Terpan, Eljuri, and more…, for the whole 2022 or 2021).



1.- 9 o’clock Nasty with their debut album “By All Means Necessary” You just gotta love this Garage Rock raccoons: Their hilarious sense of humor and plain talent; their own, unique approach to making music; the clear and solid friendship they have with each other; their excellent music videos made with almost zero budget. You’ve got to admit, their DIY approach to everything they do has clearly worked very good for them, creating for them a solid identity both on social media and their community. You can read our review here.

2.- “Anecdotes of Wired Minds“ by Paraphon Home to 8 songs, including the song of a girl consumed by her loving thoughts – “Miles” – the LP takes us to a journey through time, from the golden era of synthpop in the 80s to the current age, witnessed through the metaphorical eyes of synthesizers. You can read our review here.

3.- Industrial Nu-Goth Newcomer Staytus Releases Debut Album Disease of The Mind is back. In her own words: “For those who haven’t listened to my music before, I can describe it as nu-goth, which borrows elements from industrial rock and grunge rock. It’s a journey that takes you into the mind of somebody struggling with mental illness.”  You can check our review for here previous EP Dreams From Hell and wait for this review, coming soon.

4.- Downcutting Streams debut album “Entering the Valley”  In her own words: “The main characteristic of my music is the flute, which is considered the main instrument next to the piano. My compositions are based on acoustic sounds of flute, piano, guitar and concert toms/drums. Bass is the only electrical part.”

5.- Looking for a new DIY artist and spooky soundtrack that combines elements of synth pop with horror soundscapes? Electronic music project Marottes debut EP Languish combines a self-discovered eclectic sound found as a bedroom musician with visual artistry to complete an evocative dreamscape.

6.- Vigilantes and their new EP The Neighbourhood set in the twilight zone; where the ghosts of your neighbourhood meet. It is coming-of-age and aware of the introspective and also of your outer surroundings. It is looking at your neighbourhood and where you fit into that society. It was inspired from one of Curly’s dreams and in the band’s opinion, it is the strongest EP a British band has released in 15 years.

        7.- Eclectic Alternative Rock band, Bosola take aim at small minds, misogyny, doubt and betrayal in their 2nd EP ‘Thomas & Judas’ Raw eclecticism, the relationship between self-awareness and self-sabotage, doubt and betrayal run through the EP as central themes. Musically the band explore new ground drawing garage rock, alt. country, post punk, surf rock and grunge into their folk rock take on the indie genre.

8-  Sleepyhead  in their own words: “In Nature” serves as both a standalone EP and the 2nd half of a full album ‘Blue In Nature’, after having released the first half: ‘Blue’ in late 2021.

9.- Cradle P Lavander debut EP  Sunburn “This EP is mostly pretty stripped back with three of the four tracks being just vocals and guitar, but there is one full band indie rock track as well. I take inspiration from many different artists and genres, but I would classify this EP as a blend of indie folk, lo-fi, midwest emo, and indie rock.”

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, Autumn Acoustic, 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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