Lou Terry is a melancholic-rock creator from England.
Despite having received notification of the EP Week of Bees, which came out at the tail end of last week and is available on bandcamp, early last month – once again I am late – my apologies.
I am, however, able to indulge in and obviate my sadness for the delay – the acoustics that slide around the room akin to dark clouds blowing in-front of a bright sun, bringing a despondency and chill, which is followed, as is often the case with music of dour countenance by a sense of enthused appreciation for all as the gloom clears once again to reveal the warmth.
Colours, my pick of the release, is the first of the four tracks.
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The English electro-rock project she drew the Gun will be releasing the LP Revolution Of Mind on the 5th of October.
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Resister, the first of the eleven tracks on the album which is available on vinyl directly from she Drew The Gun, is of different demeanour to previous material released, signposting of a second LP which has driven its stake in to a seam of gothic filtered EDM which recollects of ’90s after-party as its source of inspiration.
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The English sadcore project Low’s Museum releases the LP Bathtub on the 7th of September.
Rooted in dour-folk, the morose compositions become more teary eyed with synths, electronica, accordions and more, adding to the sense of melancholia drawn from the open guitar and forlorn vocal, yet as often the case, the deeper the mood of despondency in music, the greater the sense of catharsis by the listener.
Wandering through the eighteen track, approximately sixty three minutes album (available on bandcamp) although not leaving any dry handkerchiefs will leave the mind feeling becalmed of the worries of the moment.
While the LP is best heard in full to be able to experience the changes in ones own mood – the seventh track – So Long – serves as a not out of place introduction.
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The English hip-hop artist Leddie MC released the single Something Gotta Give yesterday.
The material always casts a scathing look at the world around, on occasion with a touch of sardonic humour, other times of more visceral mood, though always of lyrical wit and adept delivery that never bursts open the speakers, rather gathers its powerful messaging from the understated vitriol of societal structures that are failing for the majority.
Something Gotta Give, is available on bandcamp, word also arrives an EP is in train for release later in the year.
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On the 28th of September the English grunge project She Makes War will be releasing the LP Brace For Impact.
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It has been a couple of years since She Makes War last featured, which isn’t quite as lackadaisical as may be speculated as Brace For Impact (available on bandcamp) is the follow-up album to the 2016 LP Direction Of Travel.
The first song to surface from the LP Devastate Me is also the first of the twelve tracks and signals of a release to add to the collection on release.
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