O Future talk about making music as a couple, future trends and how technology could save us all, for good or bad.
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.
Simon Dallaserra of the Austrian band took some time out ahead of the release and their upcoming tour to talk to Substance is Meaningless about the direction of the new album, the influences dreams can have on music, and why you need to make mistakes if you want to progress in life.
If you’re looking for a smaller, more manageable festival with top bands, an easy-going vibe and friendly atmosphere, then this festival not far from Kirchdorf an der Krems is an essential addition to your summer festival ‘to do’ list.
Paul from Austrian-trio Tents took a few minutes out of band practice ahead of their album-release show in Fluc tonight to chat to Substance is Meaningless and reveal why they actually haven’t a long-lasting distate for tents, chocolate and answer more of our extremely deep and informative questions.
“I’m talking about painful heartbreak, losing close ones to mental illness and the hopelessness in watching the world splitting up in silos” – Mona Mona dropped out of engineering school to make music, and based on her […]
Portland rockers Autonomics took some time out of their European tour preparations to answer our extremely deep and informative questions about drinking, throwing pies and why Metallica seem to be the greatest and most overrated band in the world.
Substance Is Meaningless had a little chat with Swiss electro-pop band Len Sander ahead of the release of their upcoming 2nd album, The Future of Lovers, to find out that about the one-dimensionality of digital […]
Mmmmm, you hear that? That’s the treacle-delicious sound of guitar riffs on a bed of dreamy lyrics and spherical sound haze
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Never before have Birkenstock looked this cool. I’ll admit, I dislike them, I don’t know why, they just annoy me. It's not you Birkenstock, it's me. But, Ebow somehow manages to make them look cool adorned in a PSG tracksuit and some slick moves to go with her sick rhymes in the video to her new double single, Punani Power/Bad Lan off her new album, Komplexität.
Punani Power, which, you might expect to be about Punani (women’s genitalia) given the title – at least you would where I come from – is actually about sisterhood and the possibility that the word may actually originate from the Hawaiian term for flower, Puanani. You learn something new everyday, don’t you?
Bad Lan is a song which combines words from two languages, the English, bad, and the Turkish, Lan, which comes from oğlan, a term for a boy, but can also be gender neutral. A Bad Lan is, therefore, a person you love to hate because they are simply just too good at what they do.
Anyway, that’s enough of the language lesson. Check out the two tracks in the video below and enjoy the fat beats on offer. You won't be disappointed.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mQsnBMFGo8
Ebow will be playing the following gigs in the next few months:
09.02.2018 AT, Vienna @ Fluc 10.03.2018 DE, Wiesbaden @ Tapefabrik Festival 28.04.2018 DE, Munich @ Gasteig / Lange Nacht der Musik
Music videos made like short films or in artistic ways are always lovely to watch, take this one by Molly for example. It’s truly something special.
The latest video to catch our fancy is the video to Krief’s latest song,Automanic. The former ex-lead guitarist for The Dears has created an atmospheric song that perfectly accompanies the tragic video. Automanic animates the album artwork reliving the tense moments before a car crash. In the video, the driver struggles to focus on the road as painful memories break her concentration. Krief appears as a ghostlike passenger in the car, reminding us that we can’t run away from our demons. The blinding headlights signal the collision and the impact beautifully overlaps dizzying camera effects during an orchestral bridge. In the final chorus, the message comes back to us in the lyrics, “it’s in your hands now.”
Watch it belowhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9x9i69Q4sM
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Yes, please! You can't beat a good cuppa. And anyone that writes a song using the beautiful light brown elixir – that's right, the only real tea is black with milk – is a winner is our book. Listen to the 2-minute long track below. [bandcamp width=350 height=470 album=3976238663 size=large bgcol=ffffff linkcol=0687f5 tracklist=false track=1294143764] The track is the latest single of the vienna-based band's album, The Wet Album. Get it here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2e9aupH-Ih4
Head back to the summer when it was sunny, and blue, and everything had a much warmer filter to it, like this video to Nelio's single, Fuat Foan, which in English basically means to get away, go somewhere far away from home: on a road trip, on holiday, to a festival, hell, maybe even just popping to the shop a couple of miles down the road than round the corner. Anything is an adventure if you look at it the right way! Watch the video below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eP4Blpwah3g
Kommando Elefant’s music lies between electro and guitar, between humour and tragedy. The band’s long-awaited 4th album “Lass uns Realität” came out in November 2014 and saw them dive into a more modern, dance-fuelled sound. […]
Léyya make sultry electro-indie music that drizzles over the senses like hot candle wax on a naked body. The video for their brand new track “Wolves” came out on the December 5th, and as expected […]
‘The right lyrics for the right tone’ Tall William is a man on a mission. After releasing his debut Raiser EP as a solo artist this year, the singer-songwriter is looking for like-minded artists to […]
“Guitars felt like the enemy” Hook + Loop have been making music together for almost eight years. September finally saw the release of their debut album of the same name and the band has had […]