You got a lot of things to do, are swamped in work, you should be stressed, the pressure gets bigger and bigger but you simply don’t start to work. The deadline is next week, so let’s do it next week.
NADJA is a duo that was formed in 2003 by Aidan Baker and Leah Buckareff. Originally they are from Toronto and Berlin, and merge their minds to one project. A mix between different kinds of styles like doom, experimental, shoegaze,
It is Sunday and time for something special. Not because of the European Football Championship and also not because of the great weather outside. No, time for something special, because a great album came out and I’d like to introduce
It sounds like an ambitious plan. At the beginning of may the British indie rock quartet GUILLEMOTS announced the release of not one or two, but four albums within the next twelve months. The songs have already been written, composed
With a wonderful letter to the fans, Emily Haines, lead voice of the Canadian rock band METRIC, announced the release of their fifth studio album Synthetica, and with it she already gave us a clue on what the record is
Time for some pop-music from Estonia. Yes pop-music and yes from Estonia. This might be something that you have not expected, but since we love it, I feel like writing about it and even more: encouraging you to listen to
Just as luck would have it I’ve recently met, discovered, or encountered musicians that all shared one common thing: they all come from Brighton. I’ve never been there, but somehow this place has become more and more appealing to me.
Everyone has music s/he likes and some other s/he does not like that much. I’m not sure what the mechanisms are that make some people like the music others hate – and other way around. I’m quite sure that this
Riot grrrls want to be heard, so they speak up. They want to be seen, so they dress up. They want you to open your eyes, so watch them and also better watch it, ‘cause it’s gonna kick your ass
There are people who like attending the spotlight and others who prefer avoiding it. It’s kind of a balance act this welsh duo is taking since MAN WITHOUT COUNTRY clearly tend to feel comfortable in the second group of humans.