The songs of the week (01/14/22) - Wishevoke

The songs of the week (01/14/22)

And this Friday the editors came to see us the new songs that were recently released that deserve your time and attention and present it to you.

This is the post that has become the “meeting point” for those of you who are constantly looking for new and worthwhile suggestions.

As always on this list You won’t find any boring stuff or paid options but only what we felt.

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In our last one Article They had declared winners the amorphis And “The moon”!

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Afraid – Leave me

Afraid – Leave me

There’s something about that vocal delivery that makes you sick, that brings you to your knees. When it’s not combined with these melodies, whether it’s soothing or unnerving, it’s just hypnotizing. Up-and-coming bands Anxious are foraying into emo with the help of fiddleheads Pat Flynn, among others, and their upcoming album looks set to be pivotal.

Apostoli Zambaras


Fatamorgana – The Uroboro

Fatamorgana – The Uroboro

Drum machine, frozen synthesizers and an atmospheric, dreamy performance by a special voice. Fatamorgana return with a hypnotic and minimalist single that, for some reason, sticks in your brain. But let the new Belgrado come out this year, okay?

Apostoli Zambaras


Jack White – Love is selfish

Jack White – Love is selfish

“Love Is Selfish,” the second or third song from two albums to look forward to in 2022, sheds some light on the still-dark landscape. It might be a response to “Love Is Blindness,” but it’s more an uncanny affirmation of White’s inexhaustible ability to create beautiful acoustic songs, along the lines of “We’re Going To Be Friends” or his own “Led Zeppelin III”. “, “Get behind me, Satan.”

Thodoris Xouridas


Muse – Doesn’t want to give up

Muse – Doesn’t want to give up

Hard guitars, fatalistic romanticism, dubstep influences, operatic vocals and growl vocals, Dicassa – you’ll find it all in this anti-bullying anthem that whets our appetite for the next recording adventure from Muse, who have been brave for three decades. Matt Bellamy and his impressive company sound more relevant than ever and leave no doubt about what awaits us…

Katerina Mytileneou


Obsidian Sea – I love the forest

Obsidian Sea – I love the forest

The Bulgarian trio comes from other decades, followed by proto-synths. The doom aura and Swedish flavor make it an everyday listening experience.

Panos Zarkadoulas


Rolo Tomassi – Closer

Rolo Tomassi – Closer

Unexpected peace. It’s not the first time Rolo has played so melodically, but the shock remains. Eva Spence’s voice shines. If we were to bet, we would bet “Closer” on the calm before the storm.

Antonis Marinis


Smith & Swanson – Garbage

Smith & Swanson – Garbage

We both know her. We also know and love Seamount, Atlantean Kodex, Thronehammer. Oh, and Sabbath 1980-1990.

Panos Zarkadoulas


Soul Glo – Jump!! (Or let yourself be attacked!!!)((by the future))

Soul Glo – Jump!!  (Or let yourself be attacked!!!)((by the future))

There’s a lot to expect from Soul Glo, and rightly so, because they pull it off irritatingly well. In the first single from their new album they sound hardcore hardcore to the point of collision. And they do it divinely and with personality.

Apostoli Zambaras


String Machine – tour in January

String Machine – tour in January

So a bit of pseudo-optimistic indie with a trumpet at the beginning of the year that anticipates emo to the bone.

Jason Ciblakos


The Teskey Brothers and Emma Donovan – Get Back To The Land

The Teskey Brothers and Emma Donovan – Get Back To The Land

An excellent arrangement – ​​of Archie Roach’s also amazing soul original – that sweetened our souls

Antonis Moustakas


Vein.fm – The Killing Womb

Vein.fm

You will hardly experience a more extreme release of dark emotions in such a short time. Vein.fm’s sensual metalcore is much more than the label suggests. The second CD is on the way and the first sample is borderline shocking. Let’s go for a while.

Apostoli Zambaras

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