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
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It seems like you need to hire a professional investigator to find out who stands behind the Far Out band. The Odessa-based trio is more than shy on any kind of information about itself. On the other hand, Far Out are more than generous with the broken rhythms they deliver.
Let’s face it. Metalcore is not the easiest genre to work in, let alone in Ukraine where metal bands aren’t exactly playing in stadiums full of people. But what’s life without a bit of a challenge, right? On the other hand, paraphrasing an old saying, Heartprints want what they want.
He went from childhood in Nigeria through university in Kryvyi Rih to Kyiv rap scene. Now Folajin Oyedamola Oyedayo Jeremiah a.k.a. Very the Jerry is often compared to Kendrick Lamar. His flow is appreciated by the British PromoMag and Choice for Music UK. And his track “Fly With No Limits”
Hey, everyone! Now, as usual, digest by Faeton here, to kill your musical hunger. Well, fewer words, more music. Let’s get this party started! 11 (alternative pop, London/UK) First one for today is “Why Choose Me” by 11. It’s duo made up of James Lamb on vocals and Richard Craker
Before getting into the bulk of discussing I want to address the primary thing any Emarosa fan is going want to know before deepening into this release: this is a strictly Pop record from the band that is a very far departure from the sugary. Still, intense blend of catchy
Howdy! Hope you are doing well and ready for something enjoyable about fresh music. If so, well, here I am. I’ve been thinking about what can I discuss early in the year? And though there is a variety of topics in the music industry, I decided to share with you
Abigail Ferguson and Mary Hanley are the originators of the synthwave/italo disco band Bunny X. Their music pays homage to all of the great sounds of the ‘80s. I asked Abigail about the band’s origins, their creative process and talked to them about some of their upcoming musical projects. photo: