The England based r’n’b creator Tom Walker released the single Leave A Light On on the 13th.
Tom Walker – Leave A Light On – artwork
With a different set of paint-brushes to music previously featured with a more shimmered shading – Leave A Light On – once again showcases the emotionally expressive vocal which immediately captures attention and holds the listener engrossed in the track.
Avital Raz is a social-commentary-folk creator based in England.
Taking a scalpel to peel away the veneer of societal respectability Avital Raz uncovers the festering sores contained therein and exposing them to the full glare of the sun. Few areas escape the barbed wit and precision surgeons blade as Avital combines a strong sense of composition, acidic lyric and an equally appropriate vocal to deliver a perspective of the underbelly of society.
From the Sotones Records 10th anniversary compilation SOTONES10 LP coming out on the 3rd of November the third of the seventeen tracks – The Only Time Jon Paid For Sex.
The England based ambient-wave project of Savanh Phaophanit under the guise of palence releases the EP Telophase tomorrow.
From the five track EP – created through a ’70s reel to reel tape splicing various percussive objects, which were latterly synthesised, with some dashes of an ’80s guitar affords the music a luxurious backwash of analogue warmth as displayed in the closing piece on the the release – Scarp.
The England based chillwave project Channel Swimmer releases the LP Souvenirs on the 14th.
Today seems to be a day for introducing lengthy releases and another suggestion – Souvenirs (available on bandcamp) which extends to twenty one tracks – each worth the time spent in their company – to my mind.
Turn down the lights – lay back and allow the second song Look Up, Paradise to flow through the room leaving the listener with the sense that they are floating on the Bahr Lut.