We’re getting ready for next year, a new chapter (and for this we’re gonna take some holidays), and December is already treating us with great new releases. Here’s our selection. Flashes.
Right after an unexpected week off, we’re starting to put things together for the coming year on Unis Son. In the meantime, we also are getting ready for the end of the year with a beautiful playlist featuring the lovely Jack Hart, Blood Red Shoes and Beach Bunny.
Rock music is always a yes. And not once or twice but thrice this week! We’re having a blast. An EP and two LPs are on the menu today, and they’re fresh, they’re incredible, and they’re out. Flashes.
We’re catching up with some amazing releases, at last, this month with a nice variety of records to discover or rediscover. Instrumental, pop and new wave or close to, they ought to be listened to. Flashes.
To be completely honest, we’re still deep into the craze of the 2000 hits. Probably because we know many amazing tracks are coming up next. And among them, we have new tunes by King Black Acid, Yumi & The Weather, Salvation Jayne and many more.
We could have spent our weekend listening to Ambiance Skandal and Trei Degete (and actually we might finish it like so), but we also had these three jewels to listen to, less pop and a lot more rock. Flashes.
Plastic Cowboys feeling of unease and Us4’s tears are moving us deeply this week. Thankfully, we can keep a smile on as we listen to Snakeskin Boozeband and the duet Yeko and Salimata ‘Tina’ Traoré. An emotional playlist that still gives us all the riffs.
The wildness of Cat Valley, the bangers delivered by The Reytons and Damon Albarn’s genius creative mind are our selection for today’s reviews. Flashes.
Franz Ferdinand is coming back with a new drummer, Des Rocs’ new video is out, and we’re getting into new tunes with Rebelle and Harbor, in English, and La Bronze in French. This playlist is our motivational inspiration for the week ahead.
We’re knocked out! SATE doesn’t have time to stay in line, to be just nice. And we’re grateful, that’s not what we want from her. By breathing a deep and powerful spirituality into her new record The Fool, the artist summons warm energies. Can we restrain from hitting replay after the first round? Of course not.