Kimaya Diggs “Quincy”

"Quincy was written and recorded during a really hard time in my life. But instead of writing sad songs (already did that on my first album!) I decided to chase the joy that I was missing in my life. I wanted songs that reflected my heartbreak but could also make you dance. I kept being drawn back to Corinne Bailey Rae and Amel Larrieux because they both capture bittersweetness in a way that brings sunshine." Kimaya Diggs

Tuulikki Bartosik “Playscapes”

"I always find something new in Playscapes for myself and often start thinking, wait, how did we do it and why does it sound like that. This is literally my playscape in music with all the different instruments and my voice used together and through with electronics. A Nordic innovative electroacoustic breeze." Tuulikki Bartosik

Michael Donoghue & Pulses “Infant”

Home to 8 songs with total runtime of almost 42 minutes, "Infant" brings forth a blend of several different genres of electronica combined with smooth spacious soundscapes. There's a perfect balance between the beats and the ambient bits, making "Infant" a pleasurable listening experience for all fans of electronic music. No matter whether you prefer drum&bass or techno, or vibe with the chillout side of electronica, this album will have you covered.

Josh Martin – Notes From The American Rat Race

Though I have been playing music for decades I recently hit a dry spell. After getting married with a baby on the way I decided to get a corporate sales job which triggered some kind of crisis of identity. It was like by assuming this new responsible role of provider I could no longer be a musician; I won't lie it wasn't a fun time. Gradually though I realized that songs were still coming. Josh Martin

Richard Tyler Epperson- A Wandering Mind

The last main thing was the editing and molding of the songs. I tried to really limit any dead space within the song and have them under 4 mins if I could without losing anything. That was a tough one, but I think when listening to the album everything flows well and doesn’t drag on. I’m very pound of the collection of songs, I think each is unique while the album still maintains that cohesive sound. Richard Tyler Epperson

Lewca – “Friday Night Rockstar”

"Friday Night Rockstar" is Lewca's new upcoming album made with long time collaborator S.O.A.P. both had a hard time thanks to Omicron, and they decided to spend their time creating a full-length album about time passing, personal doubts and demons, abuse and dreams that will never come true. Don't look so sad, the album is actually super fun!

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