Tag Archives: free music

The North is calling.

In the last couple of years, Scandinavian artists have emerged in the European music scene, numerous as weeds in an abandoned garden, apparently with the sole purpose of showering us with heavily nostalgic tracks. In the case of Copenhagen-based Broken Twin, this is done in a very minimalistic fashion, with sparse and graceful piano melodies, […]

past/future

A couple of weeks ago, I found myself at a show of super-emo local band Rika. I had not seen them play in what felt like forever, and for the first time in many months, during the show, I felt transported by the music, back to the 90′s, it hitting me right in the guts. […]

Sharing is Caring: Diver’s London

I’ve already introduced the wonderful, troubadour-like local band Diver with a review of Kites at the beginning of the year; months have passed and the English capital has been crowded by Olympics fans coming from all over the world. These Austrian boys, however, stayed put and sang about London from afar in a town called […]

The Daylight

A couple of days ago, the rather good-looking (yes, I am a girl after all and he does look a little like Something Corporate‘s Andrew McMahon) musician Andrew Belle, hailing from Chicago, released his latest effort: an EP named The Daylight, quite fitting to this time of the year where sleepyheads stick their heads out […]