Guitarist Robert Poss (Band Of Susans) recently released his fourth solo album titled "Frozen Flowers Curse The Day." The new release includes ten-tracks, which features an eclectic mix of instrumentals that promote his experimental side. Beginning with the swirling sounds of "More Frozen Flowers," you begin to get lost within the music as it repeats inside your mind. The album continues with the steady rocker "The Sixth Sense," before taking you on a journey through the feedback fueled "Partial Clearing." The subtle sounds of "Time Frames Marking Time" slowly develops over the course of nine-minutes," while "I've Got A Secret List" is a grunge-like sonic blast of energy. Poss finishes up his new album with the guitar frenzy of "The Test Pattern Setting" and raw, garage rock appeal of "You'll Curse The Day." To find out more about Robert Poss and his latest release "Frozen Flowers Curse The Day," please visit robertposs.com.
Next up is the latest release from experimental singer/dancer Raquel Bell. Her new album "Swandala" features seven songs that will have you wondering if you are hearing the music correctly. Believe me, you are and before the next 30 minutes are up, you too will become a fan of Raquel Bell. She begins with the steady rhythm of "Stones" as she throws different sounds on to her musical canvas to see what sticks. She continues with the chant of "Vibration Carnation," before the pop tones of "A Solo To Mars" as Raquel finds the perfect mixture of lyrics and music. She slows the tempo down for ballad "Who Gets To Name The Name," before wrapping up her new album with the gentle acoustics of "It's Growing In Your Mouth" and the operatic tone of "Swan." To find out more about Raquel Bell and her latest release "Swandala," please visit rbell.ink/raquelbell.
Finally we arrive at the latest release from singer/songwriter/guitarist Karen Haglof. Her new album "Palomino Steady Rocking" features only four tracks, but carries a nostalgic vibe that will have you wanting more from this artist. Her new album begins with the new wave/alternative vibe of "Ode To Bon Jovi" as the bass line keeps the song on pace. Karen's new album continues with the acoustic folk storytelling of "Snakebite," before finishing up her new short release with the classic country vibe of "Slow Stampede." To find out more about Karen Haglof and her new album "Palomino Steady Rocking," please visit karenhaglof.com.