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An Album a Day - April 2021

It's the beginning of Q2! The year has been extremely generous so far, plenty of good music out there so go spend your well-earned cash in that vinyl you're looking at it, you deserve it. The jams go on in April, spring and all. Enjoy the weather, grab some headphones and let's ride this month once again with an album a day!
1The Antlers
Green to Gold

April 1st

This is not a joke, I love The Antlers, although I've only known Hospice from them. It's spring, first day of April, so I need something gentle to slide me into the new month. This album should be the perfect way to get started.
2Blindfolded and Led to the Woods
Nightmare Withdrawals

April 2nd

Ok, now that I got all cleansed and clean with the barn burning indie whispers of The Antlers is time to go back to torturing myself with tech death in the morning. Nocte's champions must have done smth really good for him to wear their flag around these parts so let's find out!
3Godspeed You! Black Emperor

April 3rd

Started the weekend battling a feeling. Was I waiting eagerly for a new God's pee album? Was I dreading the fact that they actually released a new album and that I had to, for some reason or another, put myself through it? A mixed bunch of feels. In the end, decided to take a "day off music", well not really, still jammed some old vinyl, but left this for the walk to the office. It payed off. It's God's pee alright.
4Dry Cleaning
New Long Leg

April 4th

First contact with this post punk outfit from London. Expect lots, LOTS of spoken voice over noisy and entrancing beats. I was surprised to see the hype behind this debut so yeah, you dragged me to check this. It was an ok jam, Walsh's spoken passages get old after a while and the music doesn't manage to lift things proper either so it barely stood.
Burn in Many Mirrors

April 5th

Heard many good things about these guys. Blackened death metal more focused into classic heavy metal than into violent, mindless assaults. A stroll through a hall of mirrors indeed, of all things metal throughout modern times. Plus it's a 20 Buck Spin and they rarely disappoint.
6Mythic Sunship

April 6th

Space rock jams that extend like wildfire indeed. Think instrumental Hawkwind with the chaotic version of Motorpsycho through a mono channel. Sunnyvale described this as a "desert landscape summer drive" in his review of the album and he's entirely correct.
7Floating Points, Pharoah Sanders & The LSO

April 7th

3 seconds in I already know I'm gonna love this. Make it rain Mr. Sanders.
Salt an Atlas

April 8th

Been procrastinating on this one really hard. You know, I have this bad habit of commenting "I'll check" on every single review that pops up on the front page, but you gotta know, it's a courtesy comment and not necessarily the truth. There is a big chance I'll check it, and in fact, I checked this one, and even if I don't remember anything about it apart from the fact that it was good... wait, what I was talking about?
9Haunt (USA-CA)
Beautiful Distraction

April 9th

Indeed, this was a beautiful distraction, but unfortunately not much else. When will this band release their full potential? Who the fvck knows, but like hell they are trying. 3 albums last year and a new one already out. Somehow this one is softer, more hard rock than the others, with plenty of guitar solos (not Mastodon's) if that's your thing and a few speed metal bangers too. A good time.
10Flock of Dimes
Head of Roses

April 10th

Honestly if you don't like Wye Oak, you simply don't like music. That's it, hang the hadphones, sell your record player, burn your records, you don't need them, you're deaf and beyond repair. But before you do that, and just in case, check the last one by Wye Oak's singer Jenn Wasner's solo project. It may be the hand you need to lift you up, to musical eden, here, with the rest of us.
11Kekht Arakh
Pale Swordsman

April 11th

Didn't really jam this yesterday, as I was on a migraine trip that still lingers today, but gave it a listen just a few a minutes ago. Brother garas made a swift and sweet review of the album so be sure to check it out. If you are into raw (very raw) melancholic, classic, black metal this is gonna make you feel special.
The Crimson Corridor

April 12th

I know it's hard to believe, but I've never listened to Zao before and this album is making me regret it.
13Genesis Owusu
Smiling with No Teeth

April 13th

Cheers to Milo for dragging me out of my comfort zone. This was a really enjoyable listen, with Centrefold being an absolute jam. Milo said it better on the summary of his review, but yeah all the names dropped in there are influences present on this record.

No BC but here's an official video:
Lake Drinker

April 14th

No one beats Sweden when it comes to this kind of stuff. Death'n'roll, punk ting'd melodeath with viking themes, like relaly, say no more. Can't say they worry too much about variation but the album sounds BIG and it's a lot of fun.
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