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Tomma Intet on the start of a legend and their upcoming second album “D.A.B.D.A”: Interview

It could be one of those tragic stories on a band being dragged down a spiral of drugs, mental illness and prostitution, but after a revelation at the top of a mountain in Spain, they sold their crackhouse, put the [...]

August 5, 2020 Interviews, Recent posts, Slider

ÄTNA: Electro poppers made to desire

When Innovation Network of European Showcases, or simply INES, presented its #Talent Growth Charts for June, the band with the most Spotify streams by far was Dresden-raised, but Berlin-based, electropop two-piece ÄTNA. After self-titled EP “ÄTNA” and the 2018 EP “La Famiglia” [...]

August 4, 2020 Messed!Up Spotlight, Recent posts, Slider

Janice Prix: Bold powerhouse electro-rock breaking new ground

Raised in the small industrial town Trollhättan, reputed for its film industry and synth/goth festival Subkult, the electro-influenced indie pop act Janice Prix recently released their debut album “Waking”, a record that carries “a natural radiance between the forest and the [...]

July 28, 2020 Messed!Up Spotlight, Recent posts, Slider

Virginia And The Flood on being busy in four projects, urban life’s impact on creativity and writing a second album

South-east Sweden shares some attributes with the American South: population density is low, pastoral communities are plenty, god is greater than the prime minister, and it is the birthplace to many great Swedish musicians because there’s not much else to [...]

July 27, 2020 Interviews, Recent posts, Slider

Eves Karydas: Glittery, synth-soaked tunes by Brisbane pop star

Under a former stage name of Eves the Behaviour, Eves Karydas has been painting a pastel pop palette across the Australian landscape since 2013. “Electrical” shocked our skin, creating the buzz to set the solo artist up for a complete [...]

July 21, 2020 Messed!Up Spotlight, Recent posts, Slider

Seafret: The lighthouse for a new generation of indie pop bands

The east Yorkshire lads, made up of Jack Sedman and Harry Draper, returned to the scene with their sophomore album “Most Of Us Are Strangers” earlier this year after four years of silence since debut album “Tell Me It’s Real”, but [...]

July 14, 2020 Messed!Up Spotlight, Recent posts, Slider
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