Kuparilinna is a new Finnish band not afraid to wear their influences on their sleeves.
Three sisters from Kuantan who share a passion for folk pop music released their long-awaited self-titled debut album in 2014. Two years later, we get a dazzling video for one of the highlights off the record.
Everytime I listen to the Ills, I find myself in that venue in Bratislava where I have seen the band so many times. The club has moved already, but the music of the Ills still gives the same feeling.
Karima Nayt already had an established career as a dancer and actress when she released “Quoi d’autre?”, back in 2012. While it remains her only album to date, it’s a work of abiding appeal.
When we first wrote about unique duo Santi & Tuğçe, they were inspired by traditional music from Southeastern Turkey. On their new album, they remind us about the still undiscovered beauty of Paraguay.
Anton Vezuv is a Budapest-based band who use “power melancholia” with a surprising precision. Their music is poetic and dramatic, and it feels like you are listening to a kind of theatrical play… with a bit more guitars than usually.
Helado Infinito is a new duo consisting of Loreta Neira and Víctor Borger, a young couple from Argentina who are currently based in México.
With a whispering-like voice, Etsuko Yakushimaru sings she is fighting with something that’s been leading our world to ruin, in the latest single off her band’s 5th album, “Tensei Jingle” (“天声ジングル”), released on Mirai Records.