Between The Cracks: 5 New Releases You Need To Hear

 

Five New Albums You Need To Hear

With so much good music coming through thick and fast, it’s easy for new music to drop online and go unnoticed. To help prevent this, we’ve picked five new releases that you need to hear. Stream music from Angophora, Melquíades, Michael Seyer, Spring Breaks, and Surly. If you like what you hear, support the artists.

 

Angophora – Scenes

Sydney’s Angophora present Scenes, where resting pulses and humid atmospherics frame gentle percussion, warm synth work and tasteful guitar licks that take a note from the Balearic handbook but remains clear in their appreciation and respect for the sounds and colours of Australian nature. Really strong project with ‘Uncarved’ and ‘Attachment’ being the standouts.

★★★★☆
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Melquíades – Blue Caves

With ‘Blue Caves’ Melbourne based composer and sound designer Alexander Albrecht aka Melquíades’  presents his solo debut EP following on from the ‘Tidal River’ album he recently released as part of the Albrecht La’Brooy duo. Press play below and bask in the lush, ambient textures.

★★★☆☆
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Michael Seyer – Bad Bonez

Michael Seyer is a Californian based singer/songwriter who i stumbled upon last week. His debut album, Bad Bonez, recorded in his college dorm draws on jazz, 50’s soul, hip-hop, indie music and his experience of feeling like an outsider after moving to California from the Philippines as a kid. Warm and delicate dream pop with various shades influences makes this album a must listen. Recommended for fans of Mac DeMarco, Aldous RH and Mild High Club.

★★★★☆
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Pablo’s Eye – Spring Break

Belgium based label STROOM.tv presents the music of cult international collective Pablo’s Eye. Curated by label founder Ziggy Devriendt (aka Nosedrip) the first of three planned compilations showcases the softer air-beatings of Pablo’s Eye. Don’t sleep, people!

★★★☆☆
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Surly – Trip To Warsaw

New Zealand-based producer Scott Ludvigson, aka Surly skillfully merges Polish jazz and Chicago footwork on Trip to Warsaw EP. Nothing else really needs to be said. Just press play and enjoy!

★★★★☆
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CF Smith

Write for Music Is My Sanctuary & Stereofox.

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