It seems that the new music of our favourite artists is cheerful and sunny, so here is a new playlist dedicated to them. a soundtrack for looking forward to summer and happier times, updated weekly with new releases.
In a sheer endless amount of months passed of postponed concerts, hope, waiting and postponing again, the Berlin music scene has not been dormant: luckily many artists released music and videos for us to enjoy and shorten the wait until safe live music is possible again and make our alone at home winter days more beautiful: to recreate a sense of the dearly missed live concerts, clubs and music community.
We have new additions in our corona playlist right on theme: PAINT – Strange World (Spritual Vegas is the album on repeat this week) and the very addictive BIG EATER bongo grooving psychedelic punk track “Dark Thoughts”. There is a lot of Berlin music community love in here too with Shybits, Discovery Zone, Melody Connor, Martha Rose, Gurr, WORLD BRAIN and more … didContinue reading ““the music that helped us through corona””
After years of remaining true underground jewels the psychedelic pop crafters Loving release their first album on Last Gang Records.
Discover sunny and floating retro-rock, pulsating post-punk and slackery anti-folk, dancefloor-friendy synth-smashers and other-worldly dream-pop
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.
Palm is our first, greatest and latest discovery and instant music crush in 2018!
It’s been a while, but we are back recommending you concerts, albums and artists in 2018!
A wild mix of loud, passionate, dark, dreamy, melancholic, weird, funny, uplifting, optimistic, powerful and easy-going songs, all made in 2016, but 2.* *tell us which ones are older, and get some extra music checker charma points.
Their first release “The Album Paranoia” is one of the most repeated albums this year – a refreshing blend of experimental rock, 90s alt-indie, grunge, kraut and fuzz, perpetually shifting from melancholy to hysteria and back, dark and dreamy as we love it.