Japanese folk meets elements of post-rock and improvisations on Yuta Orisaka’s third album “Shinri” (心理), which means “State of mind”.
Dark and cold-blooded songs about love from one of our favourite Croatian singers.
We take you to Chile, Japan, Finland, Algeria, Indonesia, Jordan, Philippines, Mexico, Turkey, Sweden, Brazil, Germany, France, Israel, Argentina…
We’ve never heard anyone like Moroccan composer, producer, multiinstrumentalist and singer CHEB.
While inspired by Wild Beasts and Radiohead, Chinese alternative rockers Silent Speech create their own, fascinating world.
Recent release of “GUMA” by ONUKA is a perfect mixture of electronics, folk music and a very distinct social message wrapped up in an anti-utopian video.
If pushing boundaries is a big part of beehype’s mission, then Stéphanie Blanchoud fits the bill perfectly.
Some of Tokyo’s most fascinating musicians meet on Reisaburo Adachi new-old record.
“Introspective” is a hypnotic debut album by an alternative rock band from Crete.
A richly fluid album layered to the tee in bells, whistles, and exotic guitar riffs.