Ellen Arkbro and Johan Graden - I get along without you very well
Swedish and German duo, ephermeral vocals, very hushed and relaxed - “a distinctive sonic pallet, of brass, woodwinds, upright bass and synthesizer”. Sounds quite promising. Ooh, I can see @smncx has posted this also, but will leave it in as it might be worth a second post.
Eerie Wanda - Internal Radio
Altopolo - Frenemy
“Elements of R&B, electronica, ambient and jazz through their deconstructionist approach to guitar-driven music reminiscent of artists such as Bon Iver, Moses Sumney and Black Midi.”
De Lux - Do You Need A Release?
Synthy dancey pop.
The Cradle - Radio Wars
“auto- tuned nursery rhyme hooks”
Klara Keller - BANG EP
Swedish catchy bedroom indie pop.
Jake Blount - The New Faith
His album is apparently an Afrofuturist story set in a world devastated by climate change. Not entirely sure I like it yet, a bit folky and bluesy, but different at least.
Ian William Craig - Music For Magnesium_173
Soundtrack for a computer game, “an arsenal of modified tape machinery, electronics and his own gorgeous voice, with the results forging a unique kind of choral-based, heavily-abrasive take on ambient composition.”
Sofie Royer - Harlequin
Viennese baroque pop?
Synthy slow pop. One song has Katie Dey guesting on.
June Jones - Pop Music For Normal Women
Big Scary - Me And You
Aussie duo piano indie.
Caroline Shaw and Attacca Quartet - Evergreen
neo-classical string compositions, with a bit of singing thrown in.
Bertrand Betsch - Jukebox Babe, vol. 1
Second album in a few months from this suave sounding French chap.
Julien Gasc - Re Eff
I think I seemingly follow lots of French musicians now. More French suave pop.
Marisa Anderson - Still, Here
Instrumental guitar noodlings. Had previously done a collaboration with one of the Jim Whites.
The Humble Bee - An Opposite Fall
Two 15 minute ambient tracks.