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All posts by J.N.

Cut City: Returning a decade later with a timeless post-punk sound

From the release of debut EP “Enfant Perdu” in 2005 to the sophomore record “Where’s The Harm In Dreams Disarmed” released in 2011, Gothenburg/Malmö four-piece Cut City caused a stir in the post-punk scene and earned underground attention from music [...]

October 26, 2020 Messed!Up Spotlight, Recent posts, Slider

Live session: The Guilt at Molotow (Hamburg)

The Guilt, a two-piece death disco punk rock explosion from the south of Sweden, known for some revolutionizing dance moves on stage, play at Molotow. Live stream by Back On Stage. Live video The Guilt pages [...]

October 24, 2020 Recent posts

The dystopian soundworld of Karin My: Interview

The sounds of another world, mysterious and alluring, that penetrates the listener’s consciousness with its eerie melodies, often hypnotic in its rhythms and suggestive of inner landscapes, and coated in darker, gloomier electronic sounds, represents Karin My’s almost hallucinogenic effect [...]

October 19, 2020 Interviews, Slider

Live session: Tomma Intet at Oceanen (Gothenburg)

Sweden’s tiniest biggest band play a set of four songs at Oceanen in Gothenburg. The event was organized by Messed!Up Magazine and Westside Music Sweden. Live video Setlist: 1) Sisters of the Valley 2) Falling From the Edge of the [...]

October 17, 2020 Messed!Up Live Sessions

Black Honey: Music to seduce the indie-rock world

Black Honey, the foursome originally hailing from Brighton, have been putting out great music steadily.  Formed in 2014, they have cultivated a devoted following with a sound that combines ’90s indie rock, psychedelic guitars and the sheen of Lana Del [...]

October 12, 2020 Messed!Up Spotlight, Recent posts, Slider

Live session: The Movement at Molotow (Hamburg)

Danish punkrock icons The Movement plays at Molotow and Back On Stage live stream the show. Live stream   The Movement pages   [...]

October 10, 2020 Uncategorized
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