Do you need a trip back to the magical eighties? The band of the month will bring you there with their unique music. Drab Majesty comes from Los Angeles, California, but it remembers me of those eighties groups from the UK: a lot of electronic sounds, a lot of neon lights and an androgynous image. They define themselves as an alternative neo
The band of the day is The Away Days, from Istanbul! Turkey is a special place for art and this group is something its country has to be proud of. They started of in 2012 with the indie pop EP, How did it all start, in which I like Hands a lot. I think they have … Leggi tutto New band: The Away Days
It is boring to listen everyday only English songs. We need something different a that's what Communiòn are: first of all they're Mexican and they sing in their mother-tongue, this has not to be taken for granted; second, their song is a non conventional indie rock. Last year they released their first album Soltando Fantasmas and I really appreciate
New band of the week: Communions, from Copenhagen, Denmark. If you look at them you think about a nineties boy band. Despite what it looks like, they rock. First of all, I think their indie rock music reminds me of the eighties most beautiful sound. They cross the post punk scene of the '80s, but you can also hear some of the early nineties
I found Cymbals Eat Guitars some days ago and I already love them. This indie rock band from New York is something that mixes everything I love: I think you can hear some The Cure voice and sound, for example in Chambers, or some Modest Mouse vibrations in their latest album Pretty Years, for example in Have a heart, and
The German duo Deniz Çiçek and Robert Heitmann are Krakòw loves Adana. Their sound is particular: they use very little instruments, something minimalistic, but it is not what you hear everywhere. Deniz has a particular voice and Robert makes distorded sounds with the guitar.