This is 9Albums/EPs You Should Liste To Week 19, every week I pick 9 albums/EPs recently released by unknown artists that I share with you, I enjoyed all, so I want to invite you to give the a chance and listen to it. The album of the week is for Lump200 and “Isles Of You” similar to last week’s, another avant-garde artist, also LUATMALR with an instrumental album that I hope you find as outstanding as I do, and don’t forget the brand new album by Herald K’s “Mythologies”.
I appreciate you for showing some love to these artists, streaming these albums is a really cool way to help this artist, remember to give them a follow, a + (Spotify), and a heart (social media), you might already know it but I have to say it: you rock! Waste no more time and let’s get to it!
ALL ALBUMS/EPS SUBMITTED AND
DISCOVERED VIA MUSOSOUP
1.- The 5th full-length release coming from the Berlin-based avant-garde alias Lump200 is all about co-creation, participation, and crowd recording. In fact, “Isles of You” is a hybrid release, meaning that in addition to the wild selection of eclectic, forward-pushing electronic sounds, there’s also an app coming along with the album, which allows people to participate by recording their own snippets. Keep reading our review here.
2.- Berlin-based producer LAUTMALR embraces diversity and complexity in his upcoming album “In Between The Noise”. An electronic album filled with granular textures and surrounding atmospheres. From ethereal melodies to deep kick and bass, this album is a highly achieved production, a blend between the digital and the organic.
3.- Herald K’s stunner new album “Mythologies” opens up a world of folklore. And it’s done through an intimate prism provided by Herald K the Norwegian singer-songwriter’s “Folk Noir” sound. The album, described as currents and undercurrents, retells old folklore tales both well-known and relatively unknown, and gives them a fresh air and tender movie-like narrative. You can keep reading our review here.
4.- During 2021 and 2022 ARN-IDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS AND ALIEN FRIENDS released a string of singles and a double album. The latter, co-produced by legendary David Myhr (from the Merrymakers) brings together elements of power pop, folk, and indie rock, but although many of the songs might be rooted in musical soil of the sixties and the seventies, there’s no nostalgia here. The lyrics are heartfelt and poetic, sometimes ironic, but contemporary and always honest. Listen now to “No Sweets for E.” You can check out our reviews for the tracks “Smash” and “No Sweet Dreams“.
5.- From Washington, DC, the lovely and loveable Sabrina Movitz makes her grand entrance with her debut EP How It Works Out and it’s an absolutely noteworthy start. Sabrina spent the last few years teaching herself how to produce her own music and put together a talented flock of queer women as her backing band for live performances and now she’s ready to take over the indie scene with an impressive debut. You can keep reading our review here.
6.- This is the second EP from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK-based psychedelic stoner rock band The Kraken Wakes. The EP, “Mister Hetherington” is the first set of recordings the band have released featuring their new drummer Jake ‘The Snake’ Patterson who has joined alongside primary songwriters Sinjid on bass and vocals and Chris Devenney on all six-string guitars.
7.- Sad Cypress “Magic Mountian” in her own words: “These songs were written while I was at university, struggling with my mental health and my relationships. I was fragile and that state of being is reflected in the music – a state that couldn’t have stood putting myself out there. Now older, my confidence has picked up and I have come back to writing, recording, and performing.”
8.- Kamil Kukla “Double Cry” in his own words: “I am a visual artist (working predominantly in the field of painting) and a musician from Kraków, Poland. „Double Cry” is another in the series my musical solo projects – I produce them by myself from start to finish and I am responsible for the mix, mastering, and album cover. It is an important aspect of my work – to leave my personal footprint on every level of production. Stylistically – album is experimental in spirit and combine elements of deconstructed club, glitch, IDM with pseudo-orchestral instrumental parts and samples that I collect over the years. Album is short (27 minus) and contains 7 dense tracks.”
9.- British singer-songwriter Oliver Pinder releases his 7-track EP, ‘Potential, I Guess?’. Featuring singles ‘Stressed’, ‘Beautiful Second’, ‘late July’ and ‘Walking Away’. The EP is a journey of falling in love with a person, to falling out of love with yourself. With an array of styles and genres, the EP offers a pallet that is suitable for most tastes, with lyrics that are out of the ordinary, themed on everyday life and the frustrations we all feel every day.
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, Debut Bands (Off The Radar), Sickest & Dopest, Hot Stuff Metal, 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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