Punk, rock and blues. These three pillars which are, if we’re honest, the very base of our musical nutrition, are getting three beautiful additions to their already impressive Palmares. We can’t resist any of them and we sink into raging and soft riffs alike. Flashes.
We get some very warming tunes in our playlist this week. Already October and we’re dreaming of holidays with The Soulphoenixs, Lea Lu, Roasaway and Sarāb. A couple of other tracks are bearing the lovely bright colours of autumn and we’re getting into Bare Beets, Cuffed Up and Skinny Lister.
If this playlist arrives late tonight, it’s still a joy to share it. Our selection of the week has some lovely lyrics by Almée and Lisa Mitchell, and the powerful riffs of The Rising, The Darkness and Katanak who is going to release another version of this song later this month. We’ll follow this curious adventure, and the others, quite carefully.
For our catch-up session of the month, we’re letting music surprising us with genres we’re less used to review and with tracks that might not be fully with us but that still move us. Flashes.
Our playlist of the week is a little collection of favourites. Whether it is the set of Agenou’s video, the aesthetic of Caesaria’s, Cat SFX’s tone and vocals, or the energy coming from Stereophonics and No Money Kids, we’re loving every second.
The level of respect the man has for his musicians is equal only to his talent. It is in the paradoxical Shakespeare’s Globe, on the Thames’ south bank, both intimate and majestic, that Damon Albarn has delivered this unique performance, broadcasted live around the world. Live Report.
And, as we’re adapting ourselves to yet another new work rhythm for the sixth time this year, we’re not letting these new tunes slip by us this week. We’re travelling with Harrison Rimmer’s pop-rock, Ben Camden and Dusty Bo’s bright riffs, and with the awaited Daytime TV.