Moscow-based band Glintshake (or ГШ), on their latest album paint a bold soundscape of frenetic guitars, sharp beats and cut-up Russian lyrics.
“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)
Winter Songs is even more relevant today than it was at the time of its release. Ektro Records’ Jussi Lehtisalo decided to re-issue the record that was so..(read more)