The duo Bandit Voyage from Geneva combines pop, punk, chanson and sonic peculiarities into cheeky songs.
Rap and electronica as an emotional and longing mixture.
A first single, a first record: Obliecht are a new formation that nobody expected. The trio brings indie, psychedelia and the Appenzell dulcimer together in a fantastic way.
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.
Emilie Zoé serves up great lo-fi rock and a wealth of ideas; a blazing force and strength like a volcanic eruption.
If pushing boundaries is a big part of beehype’s mission, then Stéphanie Blanchoud fits the bill perfectly.
Finding the atmospheric and textual beauty within there confines of math and post-rock, Shanghai Qiutian offers a fresh take of the genres that have flooded the earholes of Chinese audiences for decades.