We’re back again for this New Music Friday, with a beautiful selection of three freshly released albums for the past-present-and-future fans’ greatest pleasure. Flashes.
USA, Sweden and the UK are clearly strong places for music and have influenced us with the selection of today’s releases (and other days too, truth be told). Here are our reviews. Flashes.
Ding ding! We’re reaching the New Music Friday and we’ve found some real bangers. These heavy riffs are everything, so here are our reviews for them!
For the last Thursday of the month, we’ve decided to have a catch-up session. These three flashes are focusing on albums and EPs that we missed at their release despite their undeniable qualities.
Once more, the New Music Friday doesn’t disappoint with albums and EPs all ready for the critique. Here are our reviews for these records full of softness, wiseness and warmth.
All of these might have been released earlier this year but they really are the perfect choice when it comes to changing a living room or bedroom into a dancefloor. It’s naturally ideal to go from 2020 to 2021 with glam, glitter and energy. Come celebrate the new year with us (in video-call, alone, with two to six people at home). See you the 05/01.
Hispanic territories, time travel and a little detour via the Californian coast, here’s today’s selection of just release tunes. Don’t wait for the holidays to discover them. Flashes.
One LP, two EPS, our selection of the day will make you move around your living room, I have no doubt. Rock music gets different. Check them out now. Flashes.
A debut album from the rock side of Normandy, a trip to unknown lands probably made of pixel and a free and needed consultation with a new doctor, that’s our proposition for today. Flashes.