The album reviews of Paerish, Cesar Quinn and Blackbriar are now available on our website. Of course we also have selected the most interesting alternative releases and compiled them in our CHAOTIC TWENTY playlist. Three of the twenty songs are highlighted. Quickly scroll down to see which ones!

Paerish – Fixed It All

It’s been quite some time since we stopped counting our listening’s of ‘Semi Finalists’, the first album of Pærish, which we know by now like the back of our hands. The second album of the French quartet is finally available and we have to admit that it was worth the wait! Read the entire review by clicking on the image.

Cesar Quinn – Opal

Almost one and a half years ago we saw Cesar Quinn live in a small dark venue near the Dutch/Belgian border. We immediately heard that the project around Belgian multi-instrumentalist and producer Frederik Daelemans is something special. Read the entire review by clicking on the image.

Blackbriar – The Cause Of Shipwreck

Blackbriar released their  very first album ‘The Cause of Shipwreck’. Blackbriar has been a band for a while now, their debut single premiering in 2014. Today, the band from Assen, the Netherlands is finally releasing their very first album. The first thing we notice are the beautiful vocals from singer Zora Cock… Read the entire review by clicking on the image.

LISTEN THIS WEEK:

Every week we highlight a few songs that you should absolutely listen to. In week 16 these are:

Sports Team – Happy (God’s Own Country)

Genre: Alternative rock
FFO: The Magic Gang, Bad Sounds
Listen because: you absolutely enjoyed M5 as well and this song has the same straight rhythms and danceable sound

Working Men’s Clun – X

Genre: synth pop
FFO: The Orielles, Do Nothing
Listen because: this song is hypnotising at one moment while complete cacophonic on the others. It is just as a perfect song for staring absent-minded into nothing as it is to turn up the volume and lose yourself completely in the music

Yard Arms – Hollow Ankles

Genre: melancholic pop
FFO: The National, Phoebe Bridgers
Listen because: this is gentle indie pop with a melancholic layer underneath, and there’s a good chance you keep on humming this melody for a long time after.

You can find these songs, together with other recommendations, in our CHAOTIC TWENTY playlist:

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