how to leave by Comma Fera This mini-album only has three songs on it, but they are so beautiful and touching I had to share it. Comma Fera is a 19-year-old musician from Toronto, and she makes stripped-down, lo-fi, bedroom kind of pop. She reminds me somewhat of Julien Baker, she has the same vulnerability
The Sun That Sear'd by Maxx Marshall A beautiful voice and a really sweet sound – what else do you need?
Bones EP by KASHKA Kashka is a wonderful singer songwriter. Her voice is timeless and her music is fragile and unique. I fell in love with it immediately. this EP is from 2014 but she already released 2 new singles this year and I can’t wait for what she will do next.
Many Faces by Ilika Ward These guys’ music is simple but complex, but mostly it’s just fun
Dadebe by TSU! My mom is a very big fan of Greek and Turkish music and this reminds me of some of the records she used to listen to.
Old Lovers by Timothy Luke Dawson This guy sounds like old time country – and I mean it in the best way possible
View Of You by Him&Me The debut album from the Israeli duo Him&Me is a wonderful combination of beautiful vocals and harmonies, folky inspiration and some electronic beats. Everything about it is chill and dreamy, and takes you on a calm musical journey.
DEMO by Woven Birds Two beautiful relaxing songs which are perfect for a rainy Saturday afternoon.
rosepetal jam // home recordings by Clara Engel This short EP by the Canadian artist Clara Engel feels like a soundtrack for sleepwalkers – it has that kind of hazy day-dream aura.
Oh Man, Cover The Ground by Shana Cleveland & The Sandcastles Murky folk album the kind you need to hear after midnight [because it’s so beautiful & yet a little bit melancholic].
View Of You by Him&Me \\Special Israeli Indie Music Happy 67th birthday, Israel! Here is another wonderful taste of the Israeli talent on Bandcamp: Dan and Tom, the duo Him&Me. They make really delicate and chill acoustic music. This EP consists only three songs, but they’re all pretty and easy on the ears.
Diary of a Blueprint by Flower of Industry As the name suggests, listening to this album feels like reading a personal journal – i’m not an instant fan of the singer-songwriter genre but something in the songs featured here caught my ear & heart.