New Tunes on the New Cat


We absolutely love listening to new music, we love it so much we search for new Musicians to feature on the show every week, to share with you! Here is just a small taste of what we have been listening to lately, from jangly folk guitar tunes, to epic sound-scapes, there’s something for every ear here at SLV. Please enjoy, like and share the music and follow the links for more from these talented artists.

Andrew Rothschild –

Andrew Rothschild creates layers in his music masterfully, taking you through the forest and down the rabbit hole where the conventional rules of music don’t exist. Changing timing signatures, spooky guitar resonates against an unpredictable drum beat that somehow resurfaces to all make sense. A Bluestronica fore-runner to keep an eye on and an ear to the ground for, his latest album SFA² can be found in full on his SoundCloud.

Adam Yoo –

Hailing from Canada, Adam Yoo creates a vibe that will mellow you out and melt you into your couch. His low-key chill out music seductively floats around the room, captivating the listener and keeping them coming back for more. His SoundCloud page sits with thousands of listens and comments from his active and ever growing fan-base.

In 2016 he released his debut EP, DReAMS, available on BandCamp for purchase. The title track taking you to the beach, seagulls and waves crashing can be heard in the background while Adam nonchalantly slaps his guitar .



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, (

“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”

You heard the man!

Amarante –

Josh and Jysi from Los Angeles form the alternative-folk duo of Amarante, specialising in an ethereal and captivating blend of music which they have recorded themselves. Melding haunting vocals together with an interesting arrangement of sounds to create an open and airy feel, the product is something very easy to listen to.




Fugitive & the Vagabonde – https://fugitiveandthevagabond.bandca…
Lumen –

Thank you to the featured musicians this week, it is an absolute privilege to be able to enjoy your music and use it as backing music on the show. Please remember to like and share this blog and follow the links to hear some more from the artists of the week, we really appreciate your support and its great to share this new music with everyone, thanks!



Comments 3

  1. Bravo. I am thrilled by your new venture. After watching you for a year I am so pleased you have arrived at this point. I spent much of my adult and professional life around sailing and yachting, in Annapolis, Maryland on the Chesapeake for Weems & Plath and in Hamburg for C. Plath (know for their navigation equipment: compasses, sextant, gyros and autopilots for very large yachts). Now at 65 I get to vicariously reexperience some of my past thrills sailing, racing and cruising the Chesapeake. I am indeed looking forward to seeing the Med with you. Fair winds and following seas. John. (PS, I am now a photographer)

  2. Hi,
    I’m sailing, close to la Grande Motte and unfortunatly, I missed the big splash ! :/
    I’don’t knew the date so I contacted Outremer and they said “It was last week-end”. Hooo….
    Fortunately, I saw the video ep 80, a awesome and nice time !

    Thank you for the music list !
    You absolutely love listening to new music, you love it so much, you search for new Musicians.
    Here few titles for your ears, your spirits, ….always under full sails and maybe one of those tracks will be in your next video 😉 !

    I wish you a nice trip, a nice weather on two hull and full sails !


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