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.
We’re going back to feminines vocals with these three unmissable, raging, sometimes sombre, and mainly passionate records. Flashes.
Once more, here are two albums to catch up and one premiere that we’re sharing. It was an avalanche of musical crushes for us that, we hope, you’ll make your favourites too. Flashes.
We really had a lot to catch up on and now that it’s done, we’ve discovered that all we needed was rock music followed by some softness. We can’t deny it. 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.
Time to catch up on what we’ve missed. We get some rap from Québec, some rock from Scotland and some rock garage from France. Everything to open our minds. Flash.
With these three albums, we are positive, space and time have been distorted for the best of culture and music. Three unique universes we connect to are reviewed here. Flashes.
The rock is raining upon us. We couldn’t dream of anything else for the end of our week and this New Music Friday. Flashes.