Today, Friday 5, is quite an overloaded day for music releases with lots of amazing things out. We had to make choices so here are three surprising records to discover. Flashes.
We’re in March! I can hear some say ‘already’, and others say ‘at last’. Whatever is your opinion, we have a lovely playlist for a soft transition to springtime!
Today’s selection has atmospheres playing with vulnerable folk-pop, unchained punk, and cheeky rock. Basically, everything we enjoy. Flashes.
This is our catching-up session of the month as we’re revealing some albums released either earlier in the month or even at the end of last year that almost got under our radars. Flashes.
Deconstructing clichés and stereotypes or enjoying lyrics and heavy guitar riffs, our brand new playlist of the week has a lot to offer you. Check it out!
We’re back again for this New Music Friday, with a beautiful selection of three freshly released albums for the past-present-and-future fans’ greatest pleasure. Flashes.
After experiencing one of the best online gigs from our London sofa, at the end of January, we’ve contacted one of the greatest actors of the Swedish punk rock scene to talk about it. It’s in the snow, between rehearsals and without his guitar and mates, that Nicholaus Arson has accepted to share some insights on The Hives’ recent World Wild Web World Tour. Live Report and Interview.
It’s Tuesday again. So here’s our playlist of the week, built with submissions on our different platforms and emails. Among these tracks, a lot of new favourites!
USA, Sweden and the UK are clearly strong places for music and have influenced us with the selection of today’s releases (and other days too, truth be told). Here are our reviews. Flashes.
Today’s playlist has arrived, despite sand-or-snowstorms, despite the pandemic and other stuff that we call life. New tunes are still, stronger than the rest, landing! Selection.