The Australian alternative-rock quartet All For Darcy release the EP Too Beautiful For Earth tomorrow.
All For Darcy
Five songs of emotive narrative play through the room in multi-textured layers of mellowed out rock, which is able to keep the audience engaged with its rich creamy flow. The second track – The View – being my pick of the release.
The Ukrainian alternative-rock quintet Indytronics will release the LP Palace this year.
The song, Barcelona, which has surfaced from the album is of different landscape to music of theirs previously featured with a completely unexpected and delightful psychedelic-hiphop centre of gravity which holds attention for its very difference of perspective.
The US alternative rock quintet Yes You Are first featured in 2015 and last in 2016, making it about time there was update and their latest single, released on the 20th, Come Back Home seems an appropriate moment.
Yes You Are
A band who have consistently straddled creations of mainstream pop music merged with rock ballads have, in Come Back Home (available on bandcamp), stretched towards gospel with an acoustic led echoing chorale attests to a group of musicians who are able to add their own twist to concept and deliver something far more substantial and of more inclusive reach to those of us who prefer our music a tad more gutsy, in this instance it is the central spotlight on the vocal which captures attention.
The alternative rock quartet St. Tropez from the Netherlands will be launching a new LP on the 1st of May from 18:00 to 20:00 (CEST) at what will be their pop-up studio in one of the units at Lil ‘Amsterdam – Amstelpassage – on the East side of Amsterdam Central Station.
Three songs have surfaced from the album with The Other and its fibrous tautology being my pick of those I am able to share.