Continuing her solo career, Katrine Stochholm releases her sophomore album to our delight and awe.
With elements reminiscent of icons like Massive Attack from the 90s and current greats like London Grammar, BRVT cannot be pinned down to any period.
“You can be mad at me, but it’s just show business,” says 25-year-old Yaroslav Globin in a song. However, songs themselves don’t seem to be mainstream and rather proclaim the opposite.
Mixing traditional Hungarian folk music with electronic tunes makes Дeva one of the most interesting musical projects in Hungary nowadays.
Singer-songwriter Oly. goes Bon Iver for a short but breathtaking moment.
Like many Dutch media, we also laud WIES’s vigorous mix of pop, electronics and garage.
A hug shaped like a song, a low-key feel-good road trip hit.
Second LP from Berlin-based songstress, that delivers 10 gentle, dreamy pop songs.
People who love Christine and the Queens will definitely enjoy new EP from Iliona.