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The BalGuns: Shooting Power Of Balkan Music

Balkan music is unique in many ways. It’s easily recognizable, inextricably linked to its roots, and it manages to remain popular beyond the ever-emerging trends. But what defines it more than own state of origin or the sound of specific instruments? It’s the unmistakable vibe of revelry, devil-may-careness, and, at

Review: Periphery — “Periphery IV: Hail Stan”

Review: Periphery — “Periphery IV: Hail Stan”

Periphery is comprised of some of the most technically unprecedented and talented musicians in the entirety of all modern Metal music. Their guitarist Mark Holcomb isn’t far behind John Petrucci in my book “Who is my go-to answer for the best guitarist of all time” with his gorgeous riffing that

Millennium Falck: a great way to create worlds

Millennium Falck: a great way to create worlds

Millennium Falck is the brainchild of Helsinki-based producer Juha Petteri Falck. His songs and visuals are the stories of future world. Juha Falck has 20 years of experience in various genres of music production, but last year he started a solo project.   Karl Magi: In general, what first sparked

The Caretaker Everywhere at the end of time

Review: The Caretaker — “Everywhere at the end of time”

Leyland Kirby’s Caretaker project has been active for 2 decades at this point. The core of the project is heavily inspired by the imagery of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, specifically the ballroom episodes. The idea of haunting sounds echoing from the 1920s is a very pleasing notion that manages to

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