Rob Lea, Perttu Leinonen, Harlow’s Monkeys, and more great stuff for you to enjoy!

Hi, everyone, I hope you’re having a great week or week depends when you’re reading this article, here I’m again with 9 Albums/EPs You Should Listen To Week 09 this time around, and Rob Lea is the album of the week with his debut EP “Stop What You’re Doing“, as you might know, we covered two of these tracks on release day, one brand-new and have to say fantastic track so feel free to click the link above and listen to this work while you read this.

Rob Lea Stop What You're Doing

Please as always I strongly suggest you support these artists by visiting our “Upcoming Music” category and hitting that pre-save link that you’ll find in each one of those articles, at the top to them you’ll find 6 different links of the social media of those artists, click them and follow the ones you enjoy, and also you know that sharing is love, so, show some love to your friends and family and at the same time to these artists, I only can say thank you so much for the love and your support, enjoy and don’t forget to leave a comment to know your thoughts.

And also, remember that you can find me also on Stationhead, I’m doing one daily show with some of the new tracks that I’m adding to the playlist Unknown But Essentials! and if you can catch me live you can listen to any of the shows just by clicking on them.

Now into the albums of this week.



1.- Rob LeaStop What You’re Doing” A multifaceted artist, Rob Lea debuted with his single “Reflection” almost a year ago. With a sound that takes a listener across a spectrum of rock riffs to pop vibes to expressive ballads, he has received praise for his broad mix of musical inspirations. You can keep reading our review here.

2.- Perttu LeinonenSecond Phase” This powerful album blends spoken word and ethereal soundscapes to create a thought-provoking journey through the stages of life. Starting from a young age and culminating in a retrospective of life’s choices, ‘Second Phase’ evokes deep emotions and inspires introspection. With its haunting beauty and soul-stirring poetry, this album is poised to make waves in the music world. Get ready to be transported to a new dimension of sound as ‘Second Phase’ takes you on a journey that will leave you spellbound.

3.- Harlow’s Monkey “When the World for Humans End” in their ow words: “The EP is intensely personal and political, with each song tackling the ways in which capitalism has failed to uphold the values that it purportedly champions. With epic scope and dramatic flair, Harlow’s Monkeys pull no punches in their searing indictment of a system that has left so many behind.

Despite the heavy subject matter, the EP is also an incredibly cathartic listen, with soaring melodies and powerful instrumentals that are sure to leave listeners feeling inspired and invigorated.

This record is a must-listen for anyone who is interested in music that speaks truth to power.”

4.- Cleo Handler in her own words: ” “gold” is about what is gained when everything is lost. The raw production, honest storytelling, and deeply personal lyrics explore loss of love, community, reality, and even your idea of yourself… but, hopefully, it’s also kind of fun. And oh, right – it’s a breakup album.”

5.- Black Stone Brewers have crafted an EP titled “Conduit” of songs that encompass a vast range of styles and genres, from the grooves of heavy metal, to choruses reminiscent of Top 100 pop hits and everything in between. The band themselves have described their songwriting styles as “writing pop songs dressed up with progressive/metal arrangements”. 

6.- From his home near the sunny beaches of Northern California, Leon in the Wild has been quietly creating a fuzzy, jangly blend of indie pop combining psychedelic elements and beachy harmonies from 60s pop, jangly excitement from 80s guitar pop, and gritty guitar fills of 90s indie rock. Listen to his self-titled EP now.

7.- Haley Midgette and her brand-new four-track EP called Artisan Guardian. With lyrics that are a testament to the unpredictable musings of a guarded yet curious heart, Haley’s journey is tender and heartfelt, tragic at times due to its relatability, as she takes a deep and honest dive inwards to make sense of how things manifest outwardly in the world around her.

8.- Uncover the mystery of ‘Mistaken Identity’ with Nick Sanzeri‘s latest record release. This cutting-edge album delves deep into the complexities of self-discovery, exploring the many layers of identity and the blurred lines that define us.

With soulful lyrics and a unique blend of alternative rock and electronic beats, each track is a journey into the unknown, taking listeners on a captivating ride through the ups and downs of the human experience.

9.- Sugartin, Stuttgarter Synth Pop Duo with new output on exlove records. Stop! Stop! Don’t hurry! The new EP from Sugartin is out. It’s called “Running Away” and you absolutely should not miss out on the title track.

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 FollowersFresh SinglesIndie OnlyAlterindie State of MindFemale Rising Stars12 New Songs This WeekChill – Folk – AcousticDebut Bands (Off The Radar)Sickest & Dopest, and Unknown but Essentials!

Remember that you can always find me here Linktree Jpgchief for all my social media, playlists, promos, weekly updates on upcoming music, feedback, “album of the week”, the blog, and announcements.

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Here is a guide (Playlist) with one track from each of the albums presented in this round-up:

If you enjoy any of these tracks don’t forget to give it a green heart when you’re on Spotify and add it to your favorite playlist, this little action not only saves the track on your music library but also will help the artist, you know that the name of the game for us is “support”, thank you!!!


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