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.
We’re back on the rock’n’roll road with three albums filled up with power riffs and strong atmospheres. Classic or ambitious, check out our reviews. Flashes.
New Tuesday, New Playlist. It’s our little tradition to set up a good mood for the rest of the week. And it is time to refill the tank with some great tunes!
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.
While we’ve got Jazz conquering the heart and soul of many through Pixar’s new film Soul, we followed the path showed by Blues with Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. This is our musical and cinematographic review for this month. This is our Minema.
Our three reviews of the day are focusing on emerging female vocalists. Their talent, splendour and strength are available from today. Flashes.
For today’s releases, we got some soft trip-hop, a bit of enjoyable punk and a touch of catchy pop. Three very different and yet fascinating atmospheres. Do you have a favourite? Flashes.
Let’s inject some good vibes in the first days of 2021. We’ll do so by listening to Slim & The Beast’s two EPs. Part I and II are following one another with style and it was the perfect opportunity for us to talk with the band about music. Reviews. Interview.