November 01st, 2022
Hi, glad you’re here, October is gone, and I know that you might being busy lately, right? And I don’t wanto you to miss out some great tunes released this past month, so, worry no more, here you have my 10 picks from October that you should give them a listen to right away.
Each moth I’ve been putting new marks for this playlist, this time 304 tracks total, and here are the TOP 10 tracks for the past October, feel free to dig the whole playlist, because I only highlight 10 but I bet you’ll find a lot more to enjoy here.
If you follow the blog, I’m sure you’re going to find some familiar faces on this list that we already cover with their own reviews (Pressure, Oliver Mavilio, KIA, Doll Riot, Attendant, Blonde George, Bad Blood, to mention some of them) or are part of our 9 Albums/EPs You Should Listen To.
Remember to follow, stream, support, share, and add them to your playlists. If you enjoy their music and can provide monetary support, you might consider downloading it on Bandcamp (you’re going to find the links here, from those who have). If you want to check any of the previous article for this monthly playlist you can do it here.
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1.- Mister Viess in his own words “Thrifty is my first single, and if you’re sick of songs about Gucci, Rolexes and Fast cars, this is the song for you. It’s a satirical take on modern hip-hop, a sardonic look at our culture’s obsession with money and status, but it also blends instantly memorable rhymes with soulful vocals and deceptively complex arrangements.”
2.- Tranquility Beach “We’re so excited to share this song with the world”, the band says, “it’s a song that means a lot to us and that we’ve thrown all our passion into. It’s about looking after this beautiful planet and making the space to share it with everything else that lives here. Only One has been in the works for some time now and we can’t wait to share it”.
3.- Brent Nelson in his own words “Too Nice a Guy is an audience favourite at gigs, showcases and open mics, and this is a new, just mixed and mastered recording. I am a songwriter, lyricist, producer, recordist, mixer, performer. Vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, bass, midi-wrangler and programmer, mandolins, banjos, whistles, harmonicas and anything else the song needs.”
4.- ALKYLATE are a new 3 piece teenage Heavy Alt/Grunge band from Milton Keynes. Just released their debut single “Guilty” a couple of weeks ago. The band members (Charlie, Kyle & Evan) met while forming the UK’s youngest Nirvana Tribute, Nerdvana. They have been touring at Venues and Festivals across the UK for the last 18 months and working on their own original music in the background.
5.- e!ena ‘cognitive dissonance‘ was created to embody the personal experience of living with anxiety, depression and behavior disorders. The abrupt turnaround of the melody exemplifies the presence of hope amongst feelings of utter madness.
6.- Last Seen Alive in their own words “Upcoming and exciting band from Brighton releasing their latest hard hitting single “Sick“, a favourite of their fanbase at live shows!”
7.- The Fellons “Fast Car” The Grand opener. The age-old tale of the cop and the robber. This song was written in another place, in another time. It’s a constant ride, we promise :). Prepare for a catchy hook, memorable riffs and a constant sense of energy that never really lets go of you. We hope you enjoy!
8.- Aurateque ‘Paradigm’ is an explosion of Pop-Punk-infused Nu Metalcore channelling influences such as System of A Down & Tonight Alive. The song explores the challenging themes of watching family members battle addiction and trauma.
9.- Emily McNally “I’ve always been preoccupied with yearning,” says the artist. “Longing for something to last forever, holding on tightly to something you know will slip through your fingers- that’s the core of this song.” Teenage Dream / Back Of A Car
10.- Mardi Lumsden (award-winning indie-pop singer-songwriter from Brisbane, Australia) releases her third single from sophomore album. A nostalgic nod to young love and how it changes over time, “nineteen” is a star-gazer anthem for your youth.
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