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Howlite: Sophisticated and experimental dream-pop from Melbourne

Melbourne’s answer to London Grammar comes in the form of experimental dream-pop giants, Howlite. Rolling into the music thunder dome in 2016 with single “Storm Chaser”, Howlite have crafted a unique sound built around melodrama and an indie ethereal lead [...]

October 20, 2020 Messed!Up Spotlight, Recent posts, Slider

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

One minute with Suzane (Reeperbahn Festival): The Snapshot

With a unique blend of electro, pop and rap, French artist Suzane has created her own musical and visual style which resonates with fans from different countries and cultures all over the world. She now presented her debut album Toï [...]

October 13, 2020 EyesClosed Snapshots, Recent posts, Slider

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: Sorry3000 at Gängeviertel (Hamburg)

From Halle, Germany, indie four-piece Sorry3000 play a seven-song long set at Gängeviertel in Hamburg.  Live video Setlist: 01 Nasenspray 02 Fitness 03 Kommulitone 04 Nachmacher 05 Palmen 06 Dirty Talk 07 Scapegoat Venue: Gängeviertel Cameras: Photostudio Ottesen Editing: Photostudio [...]

October 10, 2020 Messed!Up Live Sessions, Recent posts, Slider

We Live In Trenches: The vehicles for raw energy and emotion premieres new EP “Dead Class”

You know the kind of band that pummels you with its noisy, intense, intricate playing, a band that play the most ear-shatteringly loud rock music you heard in a while, leaving the guitars to provide most of the muscle? If you [...]

October 8, 2020 Messed!Up Spotlight, Recent posts, Slider
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