Audri, Matthew S. Horner, S J Denney, and more great stuff for you to enjoy!

This is 9Albums/EPs You Should Liste To Week 31, 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 them a chance and listen to them. The album of the week is for Audri with “Sugar For The Flies”, Matthew S. Horner with his pop-punk album “The Dark Room”, and S J Denney and his newest EP “The Trouble With Me”

Audri "Sugar For The Flies" artwork

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!



1.- Seattle-based singer and songwriter Audri’s sound goes big on her new EP Sugar for the Flies. Her first release since last year’s Mechanic High sees Audri expanding her sound into a more rock-oriented one, while still remaining as heartfelt as ever. On the four tracks that make up Sugar for the Flies, we get Audri at her best yet; combining the soft and confessional tones of her past work with dramatic and theatre-like dynamics. You can keep reading our review here.

2.- American musician Matthew S. Horner is already back with another full-length album just a few months after his debut Outta’time in June. The new record is called The Dark Room and it’s a remarkable growth both in composition and sound in such a short period of time. The title of the album was inspired by Matthew’s home studio where he wrote and recorded almost every instrument himself: “Its called “The Dark Room” because that’s my studio. It’s not big, and I have neon signs with dark purple lighting. It’s the atmosphere I created it all in”, and we do get that sense of intimacy on the recordings. You can keep reading our review here.

3.-Essex, UK musician S J Denney crafts some solid adult contemporary soft rock songs with his latest EP, ‘The Trouble With Me.’ Combining elements of folk and indie alternative music, Denney draws inspiration from legends such as The Beatles, Neil Young, Robert Plant, and Jeff Buckley to craft a musical experience that is both familiar and refreshingly unique. You can keep reading our review here.

4.- Chloe Mogg’s debut album “The Crazy One” is a coming-of-age record all about growing pains and remembering your worth. In her own words:

“I’ve worked on this album for the past 6 years and I can’t believe it’s finally here. It features numerous different themes but has one continual one… identity. It’s about remembering who you are, where you come from and what you want at all times. To me, this album is a reminder to anyone that you are the main character in your story – do what’s best for you,” 

Chloe Mogg

5.- Monica Palmer’s debut album “We Are All Escaping” in her own words: “This album represents my own self-awakening and evolution as an artist; finally more willing and confident to take up more space in the world, even in a small way.”

6.- Formed in the aftermath of a parasitic infection and total physical breakdown, TV FACE are a gang of three. “Tide of Men” is their debut album. Gloriously, riotously, unashamedly angry, with a dash of indignation, and a soupçon of incredulity, their songs rage at the expectations of the keep-calm-and-carry-on-gang.

7.- Chromatic Aberration is the latest album from Procrastinatrix, a Welsh musician who deals in synthy basslines, glitched-up noises, hooks, and breakbeats. Hard to pigeonhole, his music is engaging and varied. The album is a thrilling bouncy ride, a startlingly original piece of sonic history.

8.- Emily Sophia‘s “Golden State” debut EP. In her own words: “Being a college girl in Southern California really inspired me. I went to a conservatory in the heart of Hollywood, so I was surrounded by so much artistic energy that I used it to fuel my songwriting. The pandemic also influenced me to use some of these songs as an escape to better times.”

9.- Lilli Joon‘s debut EP “Dwelling” In her own words: “The songs were written and recorded during an extremely transformative time of life- the year my dad died from cancer. His death brought with it a profound state of suspension, hovering somewhere between falling and flying.”

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!

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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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