Monthly Archive: September, 2016

Daughter. Not to Disappear

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The second album of Daughter Not to Dissapear is one of the few great albums during 2016.Not to Disappear reflects a mature sound of this band. During 10 songs we can hear… Continue reading

Band Profile: Los Campesinos!

Los Campesinos! are an indie pop band from Cardiff . They released their album debut titled Hold on Now, Youngster… in 2008; on the same year they released We Are Beautiful, We Are… Continue reading

The Pressure. Patience

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is the second EP of the solo project by Roxane Clifford, vocalist of Veronica Falls. About the name of this solo project, Clifford said in interview with Loud and Quiet Magazine,… Continue reading

The Resistance. Muse

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Resistance is the fifth album of Muse, an album that we consider an ambitious but a great album.  The Resistance had a good reception on its release but music media had… Continue reading

Never Miss a Beat with Record Bird – An exclusive interview with Co-Founder Andreas Mahringer.

Day after day, there are a lot of releases in the music market of several artists/musicians/groups. But also, there are a gap between offer and demand: the fans of the artists/musicians/groups can’t know… Continue reading

Warm Soda: Indie Sound & Fresh Garage 

Warm Soda is a recent band. They started their music career on 2012 with the frontman Matthew Melton. This band we consider it has a fresh music vibe that deserve to be noted… Continue reading

2016… AKA 1 hour albums

Lately on the indie music scene, is common to hear about albums that length more than 1 hour. In this case, we can find too many musicians that their albums released on 2016… Continue reading

Stay Gold. First Aid Kit. 

First Aid KitStay Gold ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ An extraordinary new album from this Swedish indie folk duo, after of their previous album The Lion’s Roar, we considerate this album like one of the essentials on… Continue reading

The Colour in Anything. James Blake

⭐️⭐️⭐️ After recording several songs in his bedroom, James Blake started his career in 2009 with the EP “Air & Lack” which later became in “Hemlock”. This was a little start of a… Continue reading

The artist or the oeuvre?

In recent days was published in the site Tenement TV an article titled “Could Massive Attack’s 3D Be Banksy?” by Craig Williams. According to this article, the “startling suggestion was made this afternoon… Continue reading