Loungerie II is a band from Bucharest that really stands out from the rest of the active bands on the scene.
Hangzhou singer-songwriter Qi Zitan has been honing her talent for years. From starting indie rock band Stolen Joy, to appearing on “The Song of China“, she’s a prominent figure on the scene.
“Like running through a field filled with blooming flowers while also dreaming about the stars and your past. This album makes me want to write, makes me want to live, makes me want to breathe deep. Beautiful, percussive post rock blended with amazing strings and touching vocals.”
A young student in illustration, Pauline De Tarragon creates indie pop songs under the funny nickname Pi Ja Ma, with help of the producer Axel Concato.
Southern Algerian blues band Imarhan has been making waves locally for a few years now, but this year’s self-titled debut album clearly brought their global breakthrough.
One of the most unpredictable and critically acclaimed alternative bands in Brazil, Metá Metá today relased their third full-length effort, “MM3”.
Stemming from the Tokyo indie scene, the chamber pop octet Kataomoi (One-way Love) seemes to be well-suited band for a wedding party or New Year’s Eve with their funky groove and theatrical performance.
Warsaw-based producer Bartosz Kruczyński likes samples almost as much as he likes the letter P, as all his music projects – The Phantom, Ptaki, and Pejzaż – seem to start with this letter.
Born in India, but raised in United Arab Emirates, Gaya combines inspirations as wide as Western folk, Indian classical music, forward-looking singer-songwriters and the best contemporary pop can offer.
One of our favourite Thai singer-songwriters recently returned with a captivating short story dedicated to “the one you love to hate, and hate to love.”