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FIRST LISTEN: Little Boots – Business Pleasure EP

Like FKA twigs English musician Victoria Hesketh goes to market under her nickname. She also writes and performs electronic music, but more on the danceable elctro-pop side. Her new EP Electronic Pleasure came out yesterday and caught my eye after seeing her name on the lineup for the Brooklyn Electronic[…]

Ugo live at Spike Hill

There’s increasingly less time left to see and hear some great music on Bedford Avenue’s Spike Hill, yet luckily I cought a really cool act past Saturday: Ugo from Boston – a project fronted by Chris Lee. There were five people on stage: two singing and rapping vocalists, a drummer,[…]

VIDEO OF THE WEEK: EMA – 3Jane

EMA’s song about being losing yourself in the cyberspace, perfectly set into a futuristic environment, including an android and a drone.

MUSIC BUZZ: Warpaint // Pomplamoose // Prince // More

Warpaint remixes Daughter, Daughter remixes Warpaint In a mutual remix agreement bands Daughter and Warpaint remix one song fo the other each. Winter is the first installment, the other one follows on Monday. Pomplamoose on tour Pomplamoose, a band commonly credited with “getting it”, goes on tour and loses money.[…]

3 Is A Band: PVRIS

Oddly enough, one of the first things I knew about PVRIS is that they’re from Lowell, Massachusetts – an old industrial town I’ve been to in 2006 to see a friend perform on stage there. And THEN I found out that PVRIS are a true trio, a real 3 Is[…]

FIRST LISTEN: September Girls – Veneer EP

September Girls, a five-piece from Dublin, was one of my discoveries of this year’s CMJ festival. They delivered a great performance and now they have backed it up with a new EP Veneer, the follup-up to their 2013 debut album Cursing the Sea. September Girls feature two main vocalists, backed[…]

LIFE SOUNDTRACK: Rock Christmas Vol. 1

Rock Christmas was a multi-volume sampler CD in Germany in the 90s, meant to mix up the predominantly traditional Christmas music in Germany. The first volume came out in 1991 and while the word “Rock” is used very loosely, it has been our go-to record for the holidays and many[…]

NEW ALBUM: Firestations – Never Closer

Naturally, the closer we get to each year’s end, the less new album releases we see, which however can be regarded as an advantage for new and upcoming bands, like Firestations for example. The five piece hails from the UK, calling North East London their home, and has just released their[…]