Cinematic southern alt-goth country rock, anyone? Regardless, jump in, it’s lovely.
George Marios revisits his Daffodil album with a handful of intimate reinterpretations.
More evocative observations of life in a seaside town, from Southend’s folk/Americana troubadour, MG Boulter.
On Blunt Chunks’ debut self-titled EP, Toronto-based artist Caitlin Woelfle-O’Brien battles and copes with the conflicting emotions brought about by heart-rending experiences.
Four track EP from Christos & The Violet Crown featuring the vocal talents of Olina and the mysterious guitar of Christos.
Audio visual artist and performer, Ruby Tingle, on a seductive and sensual five track EP – Lagoons.
As soft and gentle as anything you’ll ever hear – four new songs from the magical Bity Booker.
Dutch trio Klangstof evolves their sound in a most relaxing fashion. Mainly.
Lesoir go epic on a twenty-minute journey entitled Babel.
Hillbilly gypsy blues with a ragged bluegrass charm from Old Salt.
Don’t get overexcited by the name, we’re family friendly – it’s just the debut EP from Tennessee quartet Naked Gypsy Queens.
Sam Sweeney goes solo in the first of a series of releases from Hudson Records.
In other news, The Blinders show off the fruits of their first work as a five piece on Electric Kool-Aid (Part 1).
Salt House follow up 2020’s Haum with a guest riddled remote collaboration.
Aisha Badru gives up happy and atmospheric songs of contentment on The Way Back Home; her new EP.