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Anyway here are some records from this year I enjoyed that I think need more eyes on them with small write ups! Since there is a image limit I hot linked tracks to all the albums in the titles with a youtube video, how nifty.
Famed noise artist and Wolf Eyes member joins the Colombian experimental artist for a album that is full of haunting soundscapes and tape music that is also wildly easy to get into.
The lead guitarist for psychedelic weirdos Wand turns out a solo record that is full of end 70s sing&song writer and country stuff with a real uneasy edge to it. Music that is very pleasant but also keeps you on your tones for every second it’s playing
If you ever wondered what Phoebe Bridges on a kick of early 00’s rock-pop and country pop sounded well I got the record for you.
Do you miss the times where indie-rock was just fun and/or sounded like Pavement and related slacker core bands. Well I got a band for you then here.
After last years tremendous My Favorite Mistakes EP Esther Rose returns with maybe the best traditional-ish country record I heard all year. Warm, sad and also so goddamn good.
Math-rock infused art-punk ready to feel like a caffeine overload.
A bunch of expats and locals from Brussels make a weird jazzy pop racket that recalls ye-ye and bossa nova at the same time and can’t make songs last longer then 2 minutes(expect the last one).
Mostly armed with just a auto harp Neale turns out a folk album that is unique and real spooooky.
Catchy punchy garage-rock punk that spots from lyrics about taking no shit from people.
DIY indie-pop gem from Japan that plays playfully with around 20 years of lo-fi indie-rock/pop history and got big lockdown energy.
Faith no more/Imperal teen guitarst/keyboardist teams up with his partner to make the most bear themed mess of 1000 things record ever. It’s damn fun also!
Sludgy metal fused noise-rock from Atlanta that recalls good shit from years passed like White Lung and Canadian legends Nü Sensae whose drummer is a country cowboy these days.
Ratboys deliver their best record so far with a bunch of re-recordings of their earliest stuff. Figures. A-class indie-rock.
Leaving behind their uninspired last record the grindcore figureheads return with a live album that perfectly cuts through their whole generation.
Nervy German post-punk in the vein of a early Wire and allot of bands that darn Glyph likes.
Despite delivering a great jangle indie record in the Go-Betweens vein the Australian band also delivered a great album length cover of the R.E.M. classic.
Still missing allot of records I liked here. Enjoy I guess? Come visit the music threads, please we don’t bite.