It’s hard to find a better soundtrack for surfing than Wataboi music. This Norwegian guy has definitely turned over the poles, conquering the waves of the Pacific Ocean in Indonesia and Australia. His music is chill-sounding which perfectly composes on a sunshine day. 🏄♂️ Lauder.me users know Wataboi as the
Hi there! What’s up? Faeton Music Blog digest is here again! So, the second autumn month has already gone, I’ve selected some fresh music for you guys. If you feel that you need to get some new vibes in your playlist — grab those tasty tracks. Conner Simmons —
This South Tyrol trio will stop at nothing. Living far from the show business epicenters and big concert venues is not an issue for Lost Zone, as well as huge competition on the alt-rock scene. Florian, Simon, and Elias just do their thing rigorously, carefully, and passionately. They combine alternative
Hey-hey! How it’s going? I am pretty sure that everything is great! Since I am incredibly busy at this period — my band is recording new material, I barely found the time to collect some fresh stuff for you. For sure, I can show you more than five tracks, but
“We’re all a “broken… something.” — the band’s lead guitarist Zach Warmouth intellectualized before he and his friends knocked off a Tiki head. This is the story of how the band’s name appeared. And one of the many stories about the lucky coincidences these guys have encountered. For example, when
Have you ever heard of physalis? That weird plant, that can be either a berry, or a vegetable, grow in Russia or Mexico, and basically, there is nothing certain about it. Well, Physàlisovi band decided to choose this exact plant as their main symbol. photo: Facebook Luckily for Physalisovi, it’s
Hi there! Summer’s end is here. Somebody may be sad about it, somebody not. But I’m here not to talk about summer, but about fresh music that will never end, while you’re staying tuned with me. This time I’ve tried to collect some music, which probably will tune you to
Artists like nothing better than paint another gloomy picture of our dystopian future. But not all of them manage to do so with needed elegance and grace. Luckily, our today’s heroes and the winners of the Best Electronic Song of March 2019 Tournament — RVSKCTRL — are quite an exception.