The Belgian dreamwave creator Mélanie Isaac released the EP L’inachevée on the 14th.
Far from being unfinished, the alluring five track EP has a lustrous elegance to it within which the listener finds the rough edges of the day gently melting in to a mellifluous flow of electronica, instrumentation and the absorbing vocal.
It has been a couple of years since the US based alt-folk creator Evelyn Cools last featured.
When last featured the Belgian singer songwriter was based in England and now moved to the USA and returning with a slightly different feel, laid to a more melancholic backdrop set to a fragile architecture which affords brighter spotlight to the singular and tender vocal.
Here’s To You, released on the 29th of May is one of a series of singles scheduled for release.
It has been a little while since the Belgian dark-rock duo Baby Fire last featured.
Perhaps appropriately, marking their return to the site, a live version of the song Love Soup, which is a re-imagining of a track that was originally called Bureau d’échange du mal I: Bones Soup which was the seventh of the sixteen songs on their début LP No Fear.
The first track to surface from the album (itself available as a standalone single on bandcamp) I’m Not Dead – is a just over eight minute exposition of atmospheric instrumental rock that takes the listener in to a journey of imaginative interconnecting spacious melodies which have something of a celestial science-fiction feel in which time and motion become abstract notions.
I Am Death opens with bass strings so loose that it is possible to feel the twang of the steel springs through the speakers – meaning there is little likelihood I could pass by the first song to surface from the album without suggesting spending time in their company.