According to indie musician Francis Moon is "Here We Are Now" a glimpse into past choices and “what could have beens”, and even though some decisions hurt, things do work out how they're meant to.
"All The Time" the newest track from Skymachine is about feelings where everyone can relate to. It's the first track after quite some time and we can't think of a better way to start November.
Hailing from Almere, this duo is known for their eclectic songwriting and composition. Gravity Circus is a story about how a juggler and a clown met, and launched themselves on an entertaining journey through the galaxy.
"Vitamin D" is the perfect EP if you simply want to dream away. But there is more. Mimik Banka, the Beijing based band, created a small monument for their creative odyssey in quarantine.
Based in LA, floating between the bright sun and the deep darkness of the Atlantic Ocean, Iress creates an original heavy sound. Last week the 4 piece band released “Nest’, the third single of their upcoming album “Flaw”.
No matter what alternative band MILO finds a way to make music. During the quarantine days they recorded a serie of Quarantine Cover Sessions.
Nothing breaks a stage down quite like some brazen and well-delivered garage rock. Catchy vocal hooks pushed by driving guitars, The Desmonds don’t know it any other way.
Enjoy the dreamy vibes from "Surf 'N Turf", the latest single from indie funk sensation Toko Joyce. The Antwerp five piece Toko Joyce already managed to surprise with a refreshing funky dance-punk sound at their single "What Do I Know About Stars?"
Hypnotic melodies, sultry vocals and enchanting harmonies: the new single from Robin Kester takes you into a dreamy state of mind. "Remove and Delete" is the first single from upcoming EP "This Is Not A Democracy." Image by Lisa Bremmer, artwork Remove and Delete by Adriaan Pels About debut EP "Peel the Skin": "Kester hails from a heritage of enigmatic, dreamy folk-pop. Casting gorgeous melodies over luscious production, Kester’s voice is hypnotic and beguiling" (from To Many Blogs, full article here) More music here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_e-ZXeMkWS4
Blending rock n' roll, punk rock, garage and blues with electronic elements, the duo Carley "Carazy" Wolf & Jonathan "Little Hammer", Wolf has earned a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in the modern rock n’ roll underground.