The Furious Seasons—My Analog Face: Melodious vocal tracts using the singer/songwriter flare is the basis of this album. “Let’s Sweep Together,” the album’s opener, is mostly spent building up a dynamic instrumental breakdown led by Ray Chang’s violin. The album is busy with jangly guitars, folksy-leaning sounds with a pop influence all backed up by a violin.
Dawnya Clarine—Walking on Water: A first collection of original songs is re-released. Using lyrical space, warm and charming tones, stories and sweet falsetto highs, Clarine produces a folksy, laid-back atmosphere on her album with “He’s a Cat” showcasing her quirky side of jazz.
Kenny Selcer—Don’t Forget About Me: A total blend of folk, Americana and contemporary sounds. Using instruments as varied as the glockenspiel and lap percussion to the commonplace guitar and drums the production is unconventional and it’s sound reflects that. Selcer produces well-crafted songs with a variety of deliveries that makes the album an unexpected listening experience.