Discover sunny and floating retro-rock, pulsating post-punk and slackery anti-folk, dancefloor-friendy synth-smashers and other-worldly dream-pop
A journey through the mindful artistic practice: observations, emotions and the sweet nothingness and how their transformation into creative flows works.
We are very happy to recommend and present the What Difference Does It Make 5 years celebration with 2 days of concerts and party on June 21 and June 22 at Humboldthain Club.
Brigid Dawson, the creator of many of Thee Oh Sees’ wondrous psychedelic melodies, talks about making music and exploring and embracing your artistic freedom, the importance of friendship in the Bay area’s music scene and her new art and music projects.
Because it’s January 2019 and all is so new and fresh we made a playlist of our new songs on repeat: all are gentle, slow-paced and romantic songs, new musical discoveries and freshly released tracks of eagerly awaited upcoming albums to be released later in 2019.
Summer wasn’t over in September and won’t be over in October, so here is the soundtrack to celebrate eternal sunshine: a shiny golden playlist for Indian Summer days with a colourful blend of new sunny psychedelia, experimental pop and rock’n’roll.
Our favourite musicians who continuously challenge the intersections of contemporary psychedelia, shoegaze, noise and garage rock perform open air in a dreamlike desert landscape by a lake in the Southern Californian summer this October.
Beak return with a new sound on their new instrumental track “Allé Sauvage” with hypnotic drums structures and looping retro-futuristic synthesizers
If you are in need for more summer vibes and new great music we recommend to check out New York – based quintet Habibi.
Spring is here and you can hear and feel it in our April mix! Birds sing, rain falls, warming sun, April skies, mellow days, dreams of summer, levitating on musical waves with new singles by La Luz, Michael Rault, Melody’s Echo Chamber, Jakob Ogawa, Unknown Mortan Orchestra, Derya Yildirim, Sugar Candy Mountain, John Maus, BeachContinue reading “On repeat in April – Listen to our spring mix”