This weekend we’re getting ready for a lot of things: ZLan, shows and other presidential elections, we have a lot on our plate. Thankfully, we still have some time to listen to three beautiful new albums. Flashes.
Exceptionally, this week we’re publishing not three but four reviews! The mood has been quite low recently, especially today, and we needed softness. However, none of these albums is putting a veil on reality, quite the opposite. And yet, we feel hope in there. Flashes.
For our selection of the week, we start off with a rock album full of promises, then we get to know Assouf, blues from the Tuareg people, and an EP of soft punk that isn’t tender. Flashes.
This one is special. We focus on debut albums with some colourful rock, a touch of pop, some powerfully amazing riffs, and cumbia, a real and unexpected dreamy success. We’re back from holidays and that’s everything we needed! Flashes.
To soothe both spirit and body, we have everything we need this week thanks to three beautiful albums. It’s time for us to take care of ourselves with mystical songs, a tragic story, and self-love. Flashes.
This week, we really felt connected to music, and especially to these albums. Stories are to be told and messages are to be sent… so we’re eating all up with a ferocious appetite, a lot of passion and great spirits. Flashes.
This Friday, our selected releases are chill, romantic, and emotionally charged. That’s why we’re diving into French variety, pop, and our weekend all at the same time. Flashes.
It’s a little storm this week as we fall for a lot of new tunes, especially with Muse, Sarah Wild, Carmen Mellino, and Lulu Van Trapp back in our playlist along with new Sprints and more. We love it!
It’s hard for us to choose which of these three records we like most. In the new releases of the day, we went for the contrasted ones. A lot of dark themes are floating around. The shapes they take are magnificent and surprising. Flashes.
Three different types of rock are on the menu today. And passion is following. Whether they’re coming from Madagascar, France, or Canada, we have been convinced by these bands and by both their light and heavy riffs. It’s their original forms that we fell for. Flashes.