The Australian indie-rock quartet Molly & The Krells revealed the EP Losing Friends on the 20th.
Molly & The Krells
Carefully negotiating the line between being just another commercial radio-play focused indie band and having some teeth to the music is never an easy path. Molly & Krells are able to step away from merging in to shadows with the grungy blues progressions which flows from the two guitars creating tracks in which the audience actively wants to be immersed.
The first track of the five on the EP is Rejected.
The US indie-rock trio Levy & The Oaks released the LP Sound Of The City yesterday.
Levy & The Oaks
Last featured in 2016, Levy & The Oaks have moved their brushes to a different medium with much of the album being of light textured indie-dance and far from their blues-rock derived earlier music. That doesn’t mean to say they have completely drifted away and the latter end of the album is more dipped in the earlier paints, making the penultimate song Another Night Out In Asbury my pick of the release.
The Italian indie-rock sextet Cemetery Drive released the single 2 AM on the 13th.
Links between emo, metal, and indie-dance are forged in to a comprehensible output by the sextet in 2 AM to deliver a song that settles kindly on the ears despite the juxtapositions of root source influences.
A tad late to this as the release came out on the 29th of June, my apologies to one and all.
Parasite has a moody broodiness about it that looms through the room fed through the pulsing bass, while the rotations of the guitars gives the song a cinematic perspicacity that is matched by an equally capable voice with percussion providing the musculature to the composition.
I would find it unsurprising if Fossway were to become far more widely known in short order.