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.
Amy Thatchers creates a squeezebox paean to her premature twins for when words are not enough.
Closing The Window – songs inspired by inward reflection and solitude during lockdown from Rhona Macfarlane.
Thoughtful, well-considered confrontations of pain, disappointment and disillusionment from NC’s John Sierra.
Joyous Power Pop – from Orange County, California – by courtesy of Greer.
Charming mini-album from the master collaborator Boo Hewerdine
Jimmy Regal And The Royals return with a five track EP that keeps them in the spotlight.
The new EP from Bleek Noir features Strange Singalongs. “So what’s new?” you may ask. Read on…
Mariana Semkina breaks off from iamthemorning on a shimmering and fragile collection.
VOW release a stunning experimental EP, that forges new directions within metal.
Anthems for open hearts and raised fists from Djugun Aboriginal singer-songwriter Nidala.
Brighton based Stranger Girl return with their brand new EP full of foot stomping indie pop rock.
Mountain Caller move forward by looking back and providing a prologue to the Chronicle album.