H. Kink, NRY, Sacha Mullin, and more great stuff for you to enjoy!

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This is 9Albums/EPs You Should Liste To Week 44, 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 H. Kink and their album “Karate”, nry dropped “On/Off” a seventeen-track work, Sacha Mullin, with his album “Casino Wilderness Period”.

H. Kink "Karate" 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.- The story of H. Kink’s KARATE — and of H. Kink, period — begins with the fateful meeting of kindred creative spirits Lisa Rieffel and Timm Sharp at a house party in Los Angeles, 20 years ago. Now active as an independent project since 2017 they dropped “KARATE” a must-listen, there’s no waste here, you’re going a have a blast listening to this work, and also check out their newest video for “Good Stuff” and find out which one of these two guys is more badass at the end of the video.

2.- Dortmund’s brand new rock/punk trio NRY doesn´t care about fitting into any genre. They just want to play really good music; songs, transporting more than just punky anger. Songs are more than just loud; songs have a wide spectrum of dynamics. Of course, you´ll find some punky anger, hammering beats, crying guitars, a humming bass, and lyrics telling bitter-sweet stories about personal situations or society-relevant themes as well. And there is the certainty, that there will be something more. More NRY. This is “On/Off” listen now!

3.- “Casino Wilderness Period” by Sacha Mullin hits the heights of progressive pop, seamlessly weaving together elements of rock, jazz, and introspective songwriting. Moreover, the album hosts an extraordinary lineup of backing vocalists, with industry legends EMILY BINDIGER (Leonard Cohen), JUDI VINAR (Bobby McFerrin), ANNMARIE CULLEN (Mackenzie Phillips), and MEM NAHADR (Yoko Kanno).

4.- Honeyfang marks its debut with “Blood from the Quick,” a full-length album exploding across 10 ferocious bangers and certified bops. Minneapolis-native Travis Wavescorx wrote, performed, and produced the record. Essentially a break-up album, “Blood from the Quick” is a visceral, immediate reaction to the tumultuous end of a decade-long relationship.

5.- Formed back in 2005, Mother Black Cap takes their inspiration from the classic 70’s Prog bands such as Floyd, Genesis, Camel, Focus– added a touch of Marillion and Spock’s Beard to produce inspiring music, thoughtful lyrics, and above all great tunes. This is Caveman TV, listen now!

6.- “GHOSTFOX” and his debut album “Dark Dreams” It was inspired by real-life events, that are so impactful you can’t even escape them in your dreams. If you’re into the electronic rock and metal genre will enjoy this album. It invokes a dark aesthetic that draws on good parts from a variety of genres. There is an almost cyberpunk or future vibe, with lots of energy. Elements from EDM, rock/metal, and even a bit of future synth bring a unique sound. 

7.- This is the self-titled debut album from Prangin’ Mantis. It’s an energetic, back-to-basics Garage Rock record with psychedelic and 60’s old-school rock and roll influences.

8.- The Urban Complex is a Scottish / Danish Industrial crossover metal project featuring experienced musicians Kevin Miller (Gatsby, K.I.Miller, Gallus Guys, The Additives) and Kim Olsen (Tommys gun club, The Vent), The band is based north of Copenhagen. With elements of industrial metal, modern beats, and an eclectic mix of broad musical styles, their debut E.P. “Natural Selection” has four songs full of energy, drive, rhythm, and just the right amount of darkness.

9.- Discover the breathtaking melancholy of Desert Life‘s “Let It All Pass“. Desert Life writes songs that explore the darker regions of the heart. With poetic lyricism and emotive arrangements, ‘Let It All Pass’’ introduces a new voice to the Welsh music scene, whilst echoing the influences of Ryan Adams, Jeff Tweedy, Bon Iver and R.E.M. Their songs paint a sonic picture of life’s highs and lows, the quiet moments of enlightenment, and the aching tug of loneliness.

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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