Source: Bandcamp Daily.
These are fearful times, defined by anxiety and social isolation. But take some small solace in this: when you have good music, you’re never alone. The sounds fill the room with a sense of something greater and we connect with the musicians as if they’d created that music just for us. We’re reminded of the creativity that exists in each of us if we just let it out. All of that can be a kind of spiritual inoculation for the circumstances inching us closer and closer to despair. These recommendations have always been made with the sincere hope that listeners are introduced to their new favorite album. That motivation has never been more heartfelt that it is today. Now, let’s begin.