A little late, but with all the more interest, we listened to Finnish producer-YouTuber-songwriter Otu Suurmunne's (Moonic Productions) new original composition.
One to Listen! – Lucid Planet: Listen (08.08.) /ENG./
With today's article, I want to give you an insight into a world beyond civilization, where sounds reach out to infinity and all living organisms connect within a band. It sounds overbearing, but it is a way of expressing some form of respect for such elementary music. I hope it captivates you too!
One to Listen! – Rishloo: Feathergun in the Garden of the Sun (07.18.) /ENG./
Why should you give "Feathergun in the Garden of the Sun" a chance? I've hinted several times before that progressive and psychedelic rock is very close to my heart. Listening to masterpieces of this genre, I feel like a new universe is opening up to me, or even the cosmos, or more than that, something quite spiritual, is coming alive inside me. Some people associate Tool, Pink Floyd or Dream Theater first, which is no coincidence, because the musical world they can create is quite unique, but it's worth immersing yourself in the underground if you want to experience a similar atmosphere…
One to Listen – Kiss The Anus of a Black Cat: Argonaut And Magneto (02.16.) /ENG/
Why should you give "Argonaut and Magneto" a chance? For many, the band's name may be the most memorable at first glance, but dig deeper than mere window dressing and you'll find gems like Argonaut And Magneto.
One to Listen – Architects: Dying Is Absolutely Safe (02.12) /ENG/
Has Architects really "sold themselves" with their latest album? What motivated the change of style? You can read about these and the closing track of the album in our article!
One to Listen – Platon Karataev: Elmerül (02.09.) /ENG/
Why should you give "Elmerül" a chance? The song from the band's third album, Partért kiáltó, which was released on 21.01.2022, is as hypnotic as the endless wormhole in the video.
One to Listen – Young Medicine: Shinjū (01.26.) /ENG/
Why should you give "Shinjū" a chance? In recent years, there has been a growing trend to revisit the classics of the '70s and '80s and the atmosphere of the era. 2018 brought a sequel to the original 1978 Halloween. In 2016, Netflix's popular sci-fi series Stranger Things brought the atmosphere of the 80s back to the town of Hawkins and our screens. Five years earlier, the now iconic American thriller-drama Drive recreated the neon-lit, synthpop-soaked atmosphere of the '70s and '80s! Young Medicine is one of the up-and-coming representatives of this resurgent evocation of the past.
One to Listen! – Antimatter: Fighting For A Lost Cause (01.17.) /ENG./
Why should you give "Fighting For A Lost Cause" a chance? On first listen, it makes a deep impression, as its seemingly simple, relatively long acoustic start leads to a heartbreaking tragedy. Each time, it evokes new emotions and a desire in me to not only feel the song, but also conveys to the world that stirs in me. I'd like to learn it on guitar, but I can't… As easygoing as it sounds, it's remarkably brilliant with tones. The atmosphere it creates around itself is no accident…
One to Listen – ISOTOPES: Poisoned Autumn (10.16.) /ENG/
Why should you give „Poisoned Autumn” a chance? Poisoned Autumn is the second single of ISOTOPES and their most recognised track. It is outstanding regarding their other songs but this doesn’t mean that ISOTOPES is a one-hit wonder. Insomnia, Flower, RIP and Hurt are all great tracks with great potential but simply they somehow didn't... Bővebben →
One to Listen – KONGOS: Repeat After Me (10.13.) /ENG/
Why should you give „Repeat After Me” a chance? For many the band KONGOS might not be new, from their dynamic tracks this may be the most outstanding. To prove my bold statement, this song has everything from the band’s characteristics and yet it feels special. It builds as a damped mantra until the refrain,... Bővebben →