Best picks from 15th edition of Tallinn Music Week, Estonia’s flagship event and one of the best showcase festivals in Europe, including Ed O’Brien’s new favourite band.
The loud and stirring group from Basel is back. With their second album “Cyanide”, Asbest dismantle the false views and perceptions that prevail in society.
The unstoppable Saudi Arabian studio 8iess is back with yet another spectacular video, and a controversial one.
Even though Adriano Galante’s solo debut is full stars, it is an intimate, cosy and touching listen.
Kaneko Ayano’s alternative folk-rock is like a mirror reflecting who we are.
One of Shanghai’s most delightfully strange and beguiling acts, Canned Dream returns with a new album “Family” (家庭).
Acclaimed Czech alt rockers Zrní are back with a new album “Široko daleko”, where they decided to keep everything simple.
With Latin rhythms, breakbeat or acid house tracks, Tomoyuki Natsume’s solo project Summer Eye expresses something strange in our ordinary life.
Wuhan emo torchbearers Chinese Football close out their game-themed trilogy with their strongest, most cohesive and sprawling album yet.