Moscow-based band Glintshake (or ГШ), on their latest album paint a bold soundscape of frenetic guitars, sharp beats and cut-up Russian lyrics.
Jenya Gorbunov is the main creative spirit behind Inturist. Maybe known from the short-lived indie sensation NRKTK from Moscow in the past, and his collaboratio..(read more)
“With the unmistakable Ex energy, the three-pronged guitar approach is still as exciting as ever, with the guitars of Andy Moor, Terrie Hessels and Arnold de ..(read more)
I love this album! Lukas Simonis and Dominic Robertson (formerly known as Ergo Phizmiz) set out on a rapid fire songwriting bonanza and out came this series of ..(read more)
I love Julia Holter! Her songs are of a strange beauty, never easy or out to impress with fancy effects, but honest and heartfelt. A timeless style reminding me..(read more)
“With the unmistakable Ex energy, the three-pronged guitar approach is still as exciting as ever, with the guitars of Andy Moor, Terrie Hessels and Arnold..(read more)
Swissair, a gang of six seventeen-year-olds from Helsinki, were described by the German music critic Rigobert Dittmann as “neo-primitivist” and “post-Webe..(read more)
New album called ‘Wat doen de handen/What are the hands at’. Plan Kruutntoone’s uncompromising own music and characteristic poetic recitations, combined h..(read more)