The US lofi quartet Indoor Cats released the EP Heading West on the 18th.
Somewhat appropriately named Indoor Cats reveal music which is soft focus paw and wetted claw as the diffused songs on the EP (available on bandcamp) unfurl themselves from the speakers akin to a morning stretch whilst laying in bed still half-asleep after a good nights sleep.
My pick of the release, of course, goes pretty well against the grain of text previously written with the rockabilly fused second piece – O My.
The US trippy-rock trio The Willowz release the LP Fifth on the 15th of September.
After an eight year break The Willowz return with music that is more spacious. The penultimate of the ten tracks on Fifth, Now You Know, lights the room with a kaleidoscopic hue of thickly piled music that has the listener reaching for a blanket on which to lay and relax in the echoing, psychedelic tinged, soundtrack.
The US rock trio Made Violent released the single Unamused on the 14th.
Made Violent – photo by @shmandeluca
The retrospective brit-blues tinted rock’n’roll of Unamused stretches through the room borne of a summery breeze that warms up the room with the echoing soundtrack that relaxes the audience and makes the world seem a better place for its existence.
The US alt-rock trio The Good Neighbors release the three track single Not Feelin’ This on the 1st of September.
The Good Neighbors
The Good Neighbours deliver music which has a wide sonic range. Guitars and percussion range from flurries of hard-hitting punches to gently placed dabs, whilst the extended vocal sits as an engaging contrast to the music.
By way of an introduction to a trio I look forward to coming back to in short order the opening track on the single (which is available on bandcamp) – Times Moves Slow.