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.
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.
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.
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.
A New Music Friday is upon us, and our selection is composed of a record ideal for Halloween, a debut album with a couple of retro ideas, and a perfect EP to celebrate winter. Flashes.
For our monthly catch-up session, the three records we’ve selected come from very different places. A talented musician discovered on Twitch, a surprising artist in her rebirth moment, and a logical and energetic follow-up album, they’re all on the menu.
This week, after a lot of changes in our schedule and in our plans, we needed calm, powerful riffs and a touch of pop. A mix that our selection for this new music Friday perfectly represents. Flashes.
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.