Unknown But Essentials (Nov 2022)

November 30th, 2022

Welcome back my dear music lovers, I hope you’re doing great and ready to check out this gems that I have for you, all released recently.

Well, this month I have a fewer track than previous (304), this time 292 tracks total, and here are the TOP 10 tracks for the past November, 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 (Lizard Brain Trust, Dream of a Man in a Top Hat, Pullstring, Nick Noon, Luke Frees, Signal Static, Evil Sweet, 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.

1.- C0ntrary offers music listeners intellectual alt-rock infused bass music for the soul. Debut single ‘The Red Death‘ is as much about the evil of us humans as it is about the devil. With a catchy hook, infectious chorus, and deep artistic meaning.

2.- “THE GRUNGY GARAGE DUO GIVING A VINTAGE SOUND A NEW SCHOOL IDENTITY” this is 2 FAR SOUTH in their own words: “Our new single “In my Head” is perfect example of what we are all about. Don’t bore us get to the chorus, raw in your face rock.”

3.- Ochre is a five-piece post-punk/post-hardcore band based in Glasgow, Scotland. ‘Cooperman McBride‘ is born from the universal experience of loss. The song explores this experience in the form of severance rather than death. The loss of trust, love and memories. Memories now tainted. We’re all guilty of something.

4.- « Make A Wish » is the debut single from London based French singer songwriter Pauline Janier under the moniker ‘Cody Pepper’. Reminiscent of artists such as FKA Twigs, COUCOU CHLOE or PVA, the edgy club ready anthem was made after watching ‘Climax’ from french director Gaspard Noe in the London summer heat of 2021. Produced by hometown friend Basile Lacroix-Boettcher who also recorded Marius on the trombone to add a jazz touch to the track.

5.- Longtooth & Wasterman, the UK’s finest purveyors of skronking techno punk return from the ashes of a Zuckerberg ban with new release “You should fear Us”, a proletarian anthem and threat. What can artists do in the face of the class war but write songs for the barricades?

6.- What’s It Gonna Be? by SWELTR a two-piece band from the North Dublin region, taking inspiration from what they experienced as children, teens, and now somewhat adults, SWELTR are not afraid to embrace who they truly are. Shaped by the sites and sounds around them, SWELTR are inspired by even the most outlandish thoughts and ideas, anything is food for thought to these guys.

7.- Catastrophe & Cure their new single Not Me Not Now is probably the most direct piece of music the quintet has released so far. The song is a melancholic grunge ballad that will make the hearts of 90s alternative rock fans beat faster, characterized by strong contrasts, a powerful stop/start arrangement with heavy guitars and lyrics that are not afraid to admit vulnerability. “And it hurts to confess / But I am trying now / My kingdom is just another part of hell”.

8.- British singer-songwriter Oliver Pinder and his newest single ‘Stressed’ in his own words: “is about feeling anxious and stressed about the way that people perceive you. When I wrote the song, I was always feeling conscious about how people would look at me, the words I would say in conversation and how people would judge me over the silly little things that were on my mind. What people would say behind my back constantly on my mind, realistically they probably didn’t say anything, and I was just overthinking. It is trying to rationalize that feeling and telling yourself everyone feels the same way.”

9.- The FranklysBefore You Hit The Ground” in their own words: “Our tale is a simple one… We’re four women who bonded over our love of music and dogs and then the only logical thing to do was to make a band.

10.- AnnaBella in their own words: “”Replaced” is a song about how quickly you can be replaced if you don´t treat a woman right. To us it is important to talk about topics like controversy and equal rights for men and women.

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