Trophic Cascade by Matthew O'Neill This is a soft country album, if there is such a thing soft country. If you’re looking for something bluesy, country but very different – this is it.
Demos by Large Pets These demos are absolutely beautiful! I do hope these guys will create a dull length album in the future.
Hotel Bristol by ODE (donations are welcome) These guys are very interesting – they mix Americana with sounds from the Balkan. Didn’t expect this, but they are really good.
Battle Cry (demo) by Illicit Ghost this is a beautiful demo – it’s a bit dark and the singer’s voice is complex and unique.
One Thing by Ozarks Well, yeah – i know we already published the title song of this EP before, but hack, i just had to recommend this short but sweet release from the Portland based chamber pop duo the Ozarks.
CYEP by Cupid Youth I can’t resist a good shoegaze-dreampop album, and that was the case with Matt Allen’s project, Cupid Youth. Four pretty songs, well written and recorded. Sometimes that’s all you need.
The ABC's by The ABC's This one is surprisingly good! These guys make really interesting psychedelic soul music which I absolutely fell in love with.
Tell You EP by The New Romantics The New Romantics seems to be a project by Brandon Biondo, and I have really enjoyed his latest EP. It is clearly very 80’s influenced, which means it’s right up my alley, and the slightly dark synthpop it presents is very well done.
Stranger Than Strangers by The Inbetween Days This is a very sweet album inspired by the British invasion to the US in the 1960.
Face the Sun E.P. by Dam Gila This one is a very easy Pop album at most moment but also as some intricacy to it. The Sound is a mix of pop a bit of psychedelic, a very heavy 70’s, 80’s vibe and a lot more
Murmurations by The Wild Jays Not something I would expect to come from Nashville but from the UK. I can’t believe I’m saying this but they remind me of everything that Coldplay could have been if they made the right kind of music (which is the good kind).
Until the End of the Moon by Astari Nite It’s the second time Astari Nite are featured here and for a damn good reason, this album is easily addictive and although darker than what I usually listen to, it is just plainly excellent.