Exceptionally, this week we’re publishing not three but four reviews! The mood has been quite low recently, especially today, and we needed softness. However, none of these albums is putting a veil on reality, quite the opposite. And yet, we feel hope in there. Flashes.
This week, we really felt connected to music, and especially to these albums. Stories are to be told and messages are to be sent… so we’re eating all up with a ferocious appetite, a lot of passion and great spirits. Flashes.
This Friday, our selected releases are chill, romantic, and emotionally charged. That’s why we’re diving into French variety, pop, and our weekend all at the same time. 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.
It is time for our famous catch-up session of the month! And what a session! We’re getting into three very strong records, each of them in its own way. Flashes.
Two albums, one EP, three very different, yet all soothing in a way, atmospheres. It’s Friday. And it’s time for our reviews for this week’s releases! Flashes.
It’s time for our catching-up session of the month, with EPs and albums released between last December and last week. Three records that really need to be listened to. Flashes.
Our three reviews of the day are focusing on emerging female vocalists. Their talent, splendour and strength are available from today. Flashes.
Rock music from parallel universes, generations colliding, unexpected evolutions, classic tunes and trials, it’s a short summary of what this article is about. Flash.
If today some releases have been postponed because of the situation that we know, some others are unveiling themselves so we can put them on repeat. Flashes.