Simian Crease by Taipei EP: i really enjoy listening to this EP, too bad it ends so quickly.
Vent du Mont Schärr by Vent du Mont Schärr Vent du Mont Schärr, a Canadian band, were the spearhead of the French alternative rock scene between the years 1985-1990. This album was released in 1987 and it’s really a treasure.
Singapore by Moats A great album that has an early 90’s feel to it, but in a very good way. Something fantastic for the weekend.
Gospel Sound From The Church Of Scientology by The Frowning Clouds This Australian band gives us a sound that is a mix between early 60’s and the 70’s. it is a great companion for a hot afternoon of starring at the sun or the ocean.
Zelie by Arlo Aldo Arlo Aldo creates something that is between John Denver and Bonnie Prince Billy. They show us that folk could definitely be exciting!
Charlie Patton's War by Charlie Patton's War This self titled album by Charlie Patton’s War brings a great combination of early blues music and modern rock & roll that won’t leave you indifferent.
Hombre by Moose Roberts a smokey mix of Americana, alt. country, surf and blues. you should listen to it on a warm weather day with a cold beer in your hand.
Surly Gates EP by Surly Gates You can find some interesting musical genres in this great EP – surf, western but also a bit of cabaret and carnival. This Is a drama creating music and after all, we all need a little bit of drama in our lives.