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The Amazing Devil

The Amazing Devil

The Big Exercise of The Homesick: out now!

The band’s upcoming second album brings them to grounded, tangible pastures. With its title ripped from a passage in the Scott Walker-biography Deep Shade Of Blue, the record is a concentrated effort by Jaap van der Velde, Erik Woudwijk and Elias Elgersma to explore the physicality of their music in fresh ways. 

The sound of a band unconcerned with trends and algorithms: Plastic Mermaids

When it comes to genre, their music is as skittish and indefinable as it comes. But the music scene agrees on one thing: The Isle of Wight band Plastic Mermaids are as undefinable as they are briljant. Bandcamp review on their debut full-length, Suddenly Everyone Explodes: “The Isle of Wight band overwhelm with shapeshifting, sensory-overloading […]

OLWH: Soul Avant-Garde

Hailing from Hertfordshire, Kelvin Beyioku (AKA OLWH), brings a collection of experimental music. While switching between genres, he makes sure to give you a similar and distinct vibe throughout all his productions. With tracks like “Loving You Right” he leaves you feeling a sense of solace while leaving you feeling uncomfortable with the harsh drops…. […]

Popronde Preview: Malvae, experimental electronic music from a sound collector

Malvae is an exploratory musician and producer who samples sounds, he finds from all over the world and then shapes and incorporates into his songs. His music is well-recieved worldwide. “It’s an ear-catching style that is exemplified by the breathtaking and bittersweet “How It Hurts” (Jen Dan, The Record Stache).  “How It Hurts” (feat. Esther […]