Music of the Week #4

Good news! Last week we introduced Lisa Richards on FrostClick. Lisa Richards is our new promoted artist on FrostWire. We love her music and we want you to listen to her!

Also, you can listen to another 5 amazing bands that has been reviewed on FrostClick last week.

  1. Lisa Richards: Beating of the Sun
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    Lisa Richards is not your ordinary singer/songwriter. This Queensland native has been honing her music for decades with five recorded albums under her belt and years of touring while based in New York City and Austin, Texas. She has rounded the festival circuits in the U.S. and has also brought her music to the U.K., Netherlands, Belgium, and Australia. Now, Lisa’s distinct voice, akin to great artist such as Billie Holiday and Suzanne Vega, is back in Beating of the Sun.
  2. bansheebeat: Lumine
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    Ride and curl along waves of luscious electro music in bansheebeat‘s Lumine. With flavorful chiptunes infused with some ambient melodies, this nine-track collection, released via Galaxy Swim Team, is a solid case for those who enjoy the beauty of late night chilling out with good music to accompany you along the way.
  3. Mitch Murder: After Hours
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    Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden, Mitch Murder is the moniker of producer Johan Bengtsson, creating retro synth pieces that remind you of the ’80s. Amidst the sudden overflow of artists/producers creating ’80s club/electro music these days, Mitch Murder separates himself from the rest by staying true to his chosen era and creating a genuine representation of its sound and culture.
  4. Homestead: Homestead
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    Homestead‘s self-titled album portrays a blend of sound that reminds us what it means to be lost and found, to let go and discover, to wither in winter and bloom in spring. In this five-track ensemble, Matthew Brue (vocals/keys), Trey Glaspie (guitar), Chris Munoz (bass/synth), and Hunter Sprague (drums) treat listeners with upbeat, synth-driven alternative pop melodies.
  5. FLEGMATIC: Esprit de conquête, la mostla tape
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    French rock music doesn’t exactly have a reputation for being spectacular. When people think of French music, images of jazz bands in Parisian night clubs and street musicians on the Left Bank may come to mind. Crooners. Edith Piaf. Singers that put you in the mood for romance and bottles of wine under a cute full moon.
  6. The Peach Kings: Mojo Thunder EP
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    Featuring four alternative indie pieces, Mojo Thunder is a follow-up collection to the band’s debut EP,Handsome Moves. The Peach Kings is the brainchild of Paige Wood and Steven Dies. According to their website, this cinematic garage rock duo weaves “sexy and relatable songs are the soundtrack for their intimate love story.”

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