so if we all stay the fuck home, how can we support the music business and keep up the connection with the community? a collection
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.
Follow the link on the photo and see what you’ve been missing: FOMO 🙂 spoiler: mostly concerts in Berlin.
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.
Michelle Gurevich – New Decadence Ulrika Spacek – The Album Paranoia Exploded View – Exploded View Savages – Adore Life DIIV – Is the Is Are Oum Shatt – Oum Shatt Adam Green – Aladdin Hope Sandoval and The Warm Inventions- The Hunter Trentemoller- Fixion Cate Le Bon – Crab Day PJ Harvey – TheContinue reading “albums on repeat”
On repeat on vinyl… What’s yours?
Besides the albums that were reviewed on repeat magazine there were plenty of others on repeat. Here repeat magazines list of albums that were on repeat in 2014! And read what was repeated, but failed in the worst disappointments list. Angel Olsen – Burn your Fire for no Witness Great woman, great voice, raw andContinue reading “on repeat in 2014 – repeat magazines best of (and worst of)”