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This week's collection of independent and underground music is called Northeast. It shares its title with Sara Milonovich & Daisycutter's recent studio album, a track from which is included here. Alongside Sara, we feature 24 other artists from all around the globe, including Bill Lloyd, this week's pick from our good friends at Big Stir Records. We also include another side project of jazz supremoes Fish Country. This time it is Roest, an indie rock / new jazz crossover. As always, please download, listen loud, dig deeper with your discoveries, and support Aldora Britain Records and independent music.
Ruiz! opens up this week with his colourful DIY Iberian psych. Gambit Of Shame follow with their abrupt and direct post-punk, and Seeds Of 77 bring us some attitude-filled protopunk. We have impactful indie punk from The Media Whores, a lo-fi indie folk soundscape from Jonah Corren and indie folk rock joy from Snacks At Midnight. There is the tender-hearted electric folk of Star Thistle, the orchestral chamber pop of The Innocent and the troubadouring Celtic folk of Steven Gellman.
Wishy Washy contribute a slice of euphoric alternative rock, Pencildive bring the ascending noise rock and Harry Stafford And Marco Butcher deliver quintessential gothic punk blues. We have the anthemic synth rock of This Day Forever, the progressive technicolour psychedelia of The World Of Dust and the driving synthwave of Preventer. The is lovingly crafted country folk from Sara Rodenburg, bluesy ska shuffle from Deb Cavanaugh and classic country sound from Lloyd Tosoff And The Redneck Allstars.
This week, we wind down with the jangly psychedelic folk of Adrian John Szozda, the Americana singer/songwriter brilliance of Darrell Mitchell and the catchy yet emotive folk pop of Susan Broadfoot. Manna Ash close out with a slice of memorable alt folk rock. Special thank you to all the artists involved and the music lovers that keep coming back to AB Records each and every week. Have a great weekend and see you soon!
released September 8, 2021
This collection of music is dedicated to Brian Travers. Special thanks to all the artists, bands, producers and labels involved in the making of this compilation. Artwork taken from the image 'Compass Sky Vintage Old' by Martina Stokow, used under Public Domain licence. Album compiled by Tom Hilton for Aldora Britain Records (ABR-224). 'So Beautiful' written by and used by permission of Hugh Ruiz, available on 'Mind Games' (2021). 'Zoot Swimsuit' written by and used by permission of Gambit Of Shame, available on 'No Bounds (1981-82 Recordings)' (2021). 'King Of Something' written by and used by permission of Seeds Of 77, available on 'Lockdown Breakout' (2021). 'Is The Cold War Getting Warmer?' written by Craig A, used by permission of The Media Whores, available on 'A Light In A Dark Place' (2021). 'The Field' written by and used by permission of Jonah Corren, available on 'Dreaming And Petty Crime' (2020). 'Asking All The Questions' written by and used by permission of Snacks At Midnight, available on 'Mom's Proud' (2020). 'Rising Tide' written by and used by permission of Star Thistle, available on 'The Best Of Star Thistle' (2021). 'Missing You' written by and used by permission of Adam Howes, available on 'The Rapture' (2021). 'Toast And Tea (Dreaming Of Ireland II)' written by and used by permission of Steven Gellman, available on 'Cold Harbor' (2021). 'I'm Not Your Man' written by and used by permission of Wishy Washy, available on 'Who Goes There?' (2021). 'Freaking Me Out' written by Gina De Nardo, used by permission of Pencildive, available on 'Grown-Ups' (2021). 'Ship Gone Down' written by and used by permission of Harry Stafford / Marco Butcher, exclusive (2021). 'Don't Change' written by W. Newsome / K. Newsome / A. Mauger / P. Cunningham, used by permission of This Day Forever, available on 'When Only The Devil We Know Can Save Us' (2021). 'Wait For The Alder' written by Todd Tobias / Stefan Beuer, used by permission of The World Of Dust, available on 'True Sound' (2021). 'Zekiel 9 (Nuptials Mix)' written by and used by permission of Deedee Ashlee, available on 'Aphorist' (2021). 'Inloopmuziek' written by and used by permission of Roest, available on 'Inloopmuziek' (2020). 'What Time Won't Heal' written by Bill Lloyd / Graham Gouldman, used by permission of Big Stir Records, available on 'Working The Long Game' (2018). 'Two Dollar Town' written by and used by permission of Sara Milonovich, available on 'Northeast' (2021). 'Tennessee' written by and used by permission of Sara Rodenburg, available on 'Letters And Notes' (2021). 'Deep Ellum Blues' written by and used by permission of Deb Cavanaugh, available 'Love Songs & Lullabies' (2021). 'Beyond The Shadow Of A Doubt' written by and used by permission of Lloyd Tosoff, available on 'Road To Somewhere' (2016). 'Wanderlust' written by and used by permission of Adrian John Szozda, available on 'The Life Of Someone I Once Knew' (2021). 'Tangled' written by and used by permission of Darrell Mitchell, available on 'Dust And Satellites' (2021). 'I'm Not Ready' written by and used by permission of Susan Broadfoot, available on 'Strangers Friends Lovers' (2019). 'A Song For The World' written by and used by permission of Manna Ash, available on 'Occession And Kiss' (2021).