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Beige starts curtly, within an instant their enthusiasm and their heat are exposed along their wild beat.
Down With the Gypsies has released their first album, Kassiopeia, and it has a delightful taste of restless nights, each song takes you to a different destination.
Breath After Coma’s Leaders starts out with a blast, Fool sets the tone of the album with no hesitation in between it’s distorted guitars and it’s tender chorus, Duncan Harris follows up, there is an aggressive steam to their melodies, it lurks seductively, and as it evaporates a relatable vulnerability remains, their alluring riffs melt into a violent yet heartfelt melancholy.
Ramble Beyond came out this spring, and it’s definitely worth listening to, it starts softly with a provocative glow that explodes into “Asleep in the Orchard”...
We interviewed Bent Knee and this is what they have to say about their brand new album.
This spring gave us the latest production of Yugen since 2010, and if you haven’t heard it, it’s a must.
Care for speed? Get in, you’re in for a ride. Rough, fuming, and seductive, Her Name Was Fire will drag you in pursuit of Fire, a mistress whose story remains a mystery...
Carlos Metta and Tal Engel make a wonderful duet, he is from Mexico, she is from Israel, and their music is a bond that stretches throughout the distance.
This February had the latest release of Sundays & Cybele for our ears: “Chaos and Systems”, a kaleidoscopic display of vivid colors and textures that will surround you in a draught.
Take a deep dive into Chui Wan (吹万), a psychedelic band from Beijing, with delicious twinkles of Krautrock and Shoegaze, there is no stopping them.
November comes to an end. The Ars Futura Festival was, without a doubt, one of the most outstanding events of the month.
“Horse of Colors” is an adventure. Are you ready to ride into the sunset of foreign lands?