Fresh on the heels of their very well-received self-titled debut album, Culk have released the blood-laden and mysterious video to their latest single, Salvation
February has come at us thick and fast with tons of good tunes hitting our various inboxes in the first week of the month. Windling it down to a select few was difficult, but here they are!
O Future talk about making music as a couple, future trends and how technology could save us all, for good or bad.
One of Austria’s hottest indie prospects drops another track off their new album ‘No Intention of Changing the World’
A few gigs worth checking out in Vienna this month
They just can’t help themselves, can they? Just when you think they can’t get any better they go and pull another piece of magic out of their deep hat of creative wonders
Six songs to soothe another Sunday
Fancy some silky smooth electro beats to sensuously sooth you into the weekend? Then look no further than bad tuner’s remix of Brooklyn alt-pop duo, CLAVVS’ Lay Back.
Check out the wintery video to go with this summertime tune
With their debut album ‘Believe Us’ now out and the press hype slowly building around one of Austria’s most-exciting young bands, Substance is Meaningless caught up with At Pavillon ahead of what is going to be the busiest year yet for the bright-shirt wearing four-piece.
The good music just keeps on getting better! Here’s part three of the best tracks by new artists that have been sent to us over the last few weeks.
Feeling a little tender today? In need of something soothing? Then listen to ‘Wait For You’ by London-based artist Dayo Bello and have your heartstrings pulled, big time.
Check out ‘In Your Head’ from one Britain’s most exciting young talents, Nilüfer Yanya.
Looking for those weekend vibes? Then how about a funky electro track from US ‘bassist DJ’ Blu DeTiger!
Like goth crooner pop? Never even knew the genre existed and are really keen to find out what it’s all about? Well, here you go…
At Pavillon’s latest video to ‘Believers’ is a glossy, cinematic piece that adds further drama to the song
Six songs to soothe your Sunday