Kate Teague – Kate Teague
In her self-titled, debut EP, Kate Teague mixes the soft alt rock she has become known for with some flashes of country pop. Kate Teague is an album that speaks to many of Teague’s experiences in the music industry, specifically being a female artist starting out in southern Mississippi town.
Levitation Room – Headspace
This sophomore album is a prime example of what the kids call, groovy music. This collection of psychedelic, garage rock tracks explores a new influences and a new songwriting format that give the band new life while still staying turn to the sound that shot them to the top of the charts when they arrive on the music scene.
Les Louanges – Expansion Pack
Ce nouvel album est incroyable. Il a un son qui transcende le langage et est agréable pour quiconque l’écoute.
Can’t read or speak French? Don’t worry, you don’t need to know the language to understand that this EP slaps. It’s neo-soul and hip-hop sound is something that is hard to replicate.
Cat Scan – In Nature
In their debut album, Cat Scan comes on strong abrasive yet addictive guitar riffs and vocals that are short, sweet and bursting with energy. The band gives off strong punk rock vibes that pay homage to what came before but also put a modern twist one genre. If you’re a fan of punk rock, this is a must hear.
Rituals of Mine – SLEEPER HOLD
Deeply personal EP is a look into the way we deal with loss and handle our own grief. The jarring sounds of its opening track set a good pace for this album. This listened to in context, this album is both haunting but also incredibly empowering. It’s R&B in way that isn’t often seen but so hard to forget.
JPEGMAFIA – All My Heroes Are Cornballs
In their third studio album, the collection of eighteen track, reported pulled from a group of ninety-three, shows the controlled and beautiful chaos the JPEG can be. While pulling from several different sub-genres, including glitch hop, industrial and experimental pop, JPEG still manage to create a sound that is all his own.
Angel Olsen – All Mirrors
Grand, that’s the best word to describe the sound of this album. It’s theme are wide and varied but all of the messages spoken in this album hit you like a truck. This is definitely something worth listening to, no matter what kind of music you’re into.