Hello Vagabonds and welcome to another week of great tunes featured on Episode 84! This week we are featuring a relatively small selection of artists that still pack a musical punch for you to enjoy. If you haven’t seen the latest episode of SLV you can watch it right here:
Have you checked out our Soundcloud page yet? If not then head on over to the playlist section where you can find all of our weekly featured artists conveniently organised into weekly sections. The latest selection of tunes can be found by following this link:
Please feel free to like and share these musicians to help promote them and the awesome work they’re doing, it would mean the world to us if you did! So without further ado, here’s this weeks selection..
Chiara La Woo – https://soundcloud.com/chiaralawoo
Adelaide Indie-rock Reggae four piece Chiara La Woo have been blending together their own psychedelic ‘Woo’ sound since late 2015, they’ve been known to deliver a laid back and large live sound, a high energy experience not to be missed. These hard workers have been relentlessly gigging from back yard shows to interstate support slots and are planning a Western Australian tour in support of their album ‘If You Find The Time’. Have a listen to ‘The Woo’ in the Soundcloud player below.
Heeblay – https://heeblay.bandcamp.com/
Producing an eclectic, calming and enchanting soundscape, Gold Coast local Heeblay succeeds in delivering a layered texture of sounds backed by a haunting yet soothing vocal, the low key chanting of words resonates amidst a cluster of stringed, wind and percussive instruments the likes of which would be difficult to pronounce let alone play. Heeblay says on his Facebook page, (https://www.facebook.com/heeblay/)
“Hey, I have no Label or A & R people or media packages or publicist or anything like that, I just make this music.
So, if you like it, then “like” it”
Evntho – https://evntho.bandcamp.com/
Low-fi Indie ‘writer of song’ Evntho is characterised by his nonchalant delivery of musicianship. Bridging from the strumming of guitar and simple story telling to distorted vocal, discotheque sounds, organs and keys, this is someone who writes as they feel, and it feels a lot like the hectic cityscape of where he lives, Tokyo, Japan.
Thank you for checking out this weeks SLVM blog! Do you enjoy the music selection? Is there something you would like to hear on the show? Please feel free to drop us a line in the comment box, we absolutely love hearing from you all. If you dig these artists don’t forget to like and share their music with your friends and help us get the word out.
Until next time,