Blues

(Stevie Ray Vaughan, Muddy Waters, BB King)

Anitek: Sae Yeon

Trip-hop producer, Anitek, has been regularly making an appearance here on the pages of the Frostclick blog, he's dropped by before with two of his previous records in tow as well as being one part of the duo, Tab & Anitek. Trained in the classical arts, Anitek is a proficient pianist; having played for more than 15 years. He also plays cello,guitar, clarinet, drums, bass and is also a scratch DJ on the side. Sae Yeon is the latest project to come out from his bag of tricks. It's an album that bears plenty of trademark Anitek grooves that both old and new fans will enjoy.

Up On The Hill: EP

Up On The Hill‘s self-titled EP shares a matchless combination of old-time, bluegrass, and folk music. It was released on November 2012 with Josh Corrigan on guitar, banjo, harmonica, and vocals; Kate Corrigan on bassolele; Sean Diaz on fiddle and vocals; and Adam Sherrerd on mandolin and vocals as well.

Manua Loa: Tales & The Sea

A trip to the lukewarm embrace of the sea isn’t complete with a good soundtrack, on which Manua Loa perfectly fits the role to a T. The band’s third and latest effort, Tales & The Sea, is your ideal jam-by-the-fireside ditty, and will no doubt garner new fans for this German band. The three-piece act composed of Jules Ahoi, Alaska WhiteSun, and Duncan Vert (we’re expecting some German-sounding names, though) have rendered the acoustic gods proud.

Clare Costello: Halloween EP

Ambient blues rock has a leg up with other genres when it comes to writing reflective lyricism that punches the heart. This intent to hone clear stories into a relaxing yet entertaining fashion is clearly shown in Clare Costello‘s Halloween EP.

Benjamin Hunter & Joseph Seamons: Take Yo Time

It is like getting back in time. Take Yo Time is the debut album of musical duo Benjamin Hunter & Joseph Seamons. Listen up to this newest artists as they take us to a journey that will remind you of how beautiful a simple life is. This album is easygoing, and has unassuming vibe. It is a combination of folk, acoustic, blues, and country with that distinct 60′s musical style.

Jennifer Meade: Loveville

Big vocals? Check. Catchy beats? Check. Undeniable swag? Oh, that one won’t be forgotten. Upon hearing the first few notes of Jennifer Meade‘s EP, Loveville, you can quickly tell that this girl’s got the pipes to last her through a lifetime. A lifetime of entertaining us, that is.