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This week's compilation, Nomadic Movements, takes its name from a track composed by Thom Bleasdale a.k.a. Sunlit Moth. Thom has a great character and a perseverance of his art that has brought him to my attention, it has been great chatting to him and getting to know his experiences and drive. As always, the collection has no limits stylistically or geographically. It is simply great and authentic music from all around the world. All about discovery!
Detroit's Popular Creeps return this week and once again bring their melodically-charged brand of powerpop. Fernando Neris (formerly of Lucifer Mo' Blues) contributes a solo take of the timeless delta blues track, 'John Henry', raw and gritty. The final returning artist is Electric Jaguar Baby, explosive and primal garage rock and roll. Moonlight 5 also deserve a special mention. 'Lockdown Blues' is their very first release, taken from their upcoming EP, soon to be released on Aldora Britain Records. It is pure noir blues.
Elsewhere we have traditional meanderings from Harp & A Monkey, dark folk rock from The Room In The Wood, and raw Americana from Lorraine Leckie & Her Demons. Sorrey and Brandi Ediss then contribute their dreamy indie pop in contrasting ways. Thomas Hine delivers brilliant folk songwriting, Wilde Taylor serve up catchy country rock, and Gaelle Buswel has the soulful blues rock covered.
There is Americana from Chris Williams, jazz-infused blues from The Dust Men, and post-punk from Ern Malley. To wind down we then have indie rock from Moro & The Silent Revolution, instrumental psychedelia from Sunlit Moth, and alternative pop from Cat's Eye. The concluding statement consists of Randie O'Neil's Americana, H27's alternative rock, and Pill Fangs' post-punk.
Download, listen loud, support AB Records and independent music, and dig deeper with your discoveries. See you all next week!
released October 16, 2020
This album is dedicated to Johnny Bush, Whiskey River. Compiled by Tom Hilton for Aldora Britain Records. 'Glossop Road' written by Jones/Smith/Purdy, used by permission of Harp & A Monkey, taken from 'The Victorians' (2019). 'Fun Of The Fair' written by The Room In The Wood, used by permission of Dave Jackson, taken from 'We're The Martians, Now.' (2020). 'Under The Vampire Moon' written and used by permission of Lorraine Leckie, taken from 'Razor Wing Butterfly' (2020). 'Metal Kid' written by Popular Creeps, used by permission of Andrew Colvin/Lenny Grassa, taken from 'Bloodshot Red' (2019). 'Talking To Them' written by and used by permission of Sorrey, taken from 'In Full Bloom' (2019). 'Stupid Boyfriend' written by and used by permission of Brandi Ediss, taken from 'Bees And Bees And Bees' (2020). 'Lockdown Blues' written by and used by permission of Edwin Garland, PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED EXCLUSIVE (2020). 'John Henry' is a traditional composition, used by permission of Fernando Neris, taken from 'The Tiny Crowd' (2020). 'Barren Daughters' written by and used by permission of Thomas Hine, taken from 'Ledgers And Stones' (2020). 'Rambling William' written by J. Wilde, used by permission of Jesse Wilde, taken from 'Broadway Cowboys' (2019). 'So Blue' written by Gaelle Buswel/Angela Randall/Michael Benjelloun, used by permission of Gaelle Buswel, taken from 'New Day's Waiting' (2017). 'I'm Not That Girl' written by and used by permission of Randie O'Neil, taken from 'I'm Not That Girl' (2019). 'I'm Here' written by and used by permission of Chris Williams, taken from 'To Be Determined' (2020). 'Don's Day Out' written by The Dust Men, used by permission of Skulduggery Records, taken from 'Out Of Time' (2018). 'Sarah' written by Alexander Servinis, used by permission of Ern Malley, taken from 'Pack' (2020). 'Geddit' written by Electric Jaguar Baby, used by permission of Tony Thunder, taken from 'Electric Jaguar Baby' (2019). 'Come Along With Me' written by and used by permission of Moro & The Silent Revolution, taken from 'Unbecoming' (2020). 'The Nomad' written by and used by permission of Thom Bleasdale, taken from 'Sunlit Moth' (2017). 'That 8 Hours' written by and used by permission of Cat's Eye, taken from '8 Hours' (2020). 'The Soulless Highway' written and used by permission of H27, taken from 'Verboten' (2018). 'Hagley Village Rocker' written by and used by permission of Pill Fangs, taken from 'PF2' (2019).