Wolfskind and Magnus Hesse aka BAYUK are both solo artists who despite their young age have already proven their success. Immediately when they met for the first time in 2018 there was a musical spark between them and ever since then it has been the pure love for music that bonds the two, beyond the rules of the labels and music industry.
Savannah Conley is doing the best she can. And with the release of her new EP, the aptly-titled Best I Can, it appears to be working. The Nashville-based singer-songwriter has tapped into a side of her folk-rock roots, that is both modern and timeless, ethereal and grounded.
“Blue Panther. Wildly shaken and smoothly stirred. The best drink for your time on Mars.” Oh well, that definitely sounds promising. With his debut single “Space up” Vienna based NIQTIN indulges in the passion of the Bohemian lifestyle. At the heels of its release, NIQTIN talks art, biggest vice and letting life do its own thing.
“I myself love to work interdisciplinary and collaborate with artists from different fields and inspire each other. I want to take people on a journey where everyone can lose themselves and discover themselves.” the now-blonde Berlin-based singer told Untoldency in an interview. And her songs follow each other like a collection of diary entries, written from the depths of her soul.
The music of the Paris-based artist Yorina couldn’t be better described as beautiful and mindful pop, with a touch of melancholy but an always life-affirming turn. orina gives C-Heads an insightful glimpse into her new EP “Bliss & Grief”, developing self-awareness and her artistic journey.
Unobtrusive, atmospheric and reduced to the essentials, she sings her way into the heart and almost reminds you of the “good old” times when you almost had the feeling that the vocal power of a singer counts more than followers and sales numbers. We recommend you to listen through all her songs and fall in love with her spirit.
Whenever I hear soulful jazz, I feel this blissful butterflies in my stomach. Exactly this magic fills the air when I play the music of Bahamian singer and songwriter Brettina. The talented artist enchants me with her incredibly delicate intimacy voice and puts me under her spell.
PAROOKAVILLE is not a conventional music festival, but rather offers an incredible unique concept. From July 22-24, 2022, Germany’s largest electronic music festival at Airport Weeze will return for its 6th round. With amazing headliners like Amelie Lens, Fisher, Alan Walker, W&W, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, TIËSTO, Armin van Buuren and many more. „May madness, love and pure happiness rule this city“.
While leaning forward, the duo also reach back, with correlating visuals for each track, dubbed “CUTiE TV” and inspired by vintage MTV. Each offering drips with persona, consummating in a fashion BETWEEN FRIENDS themselves say is akin to 90s Nickelodeon. So if you’re looking to start your summer off with some immaculate vibes, then look no further than this new era of BETWEEN FRIENDS.
Summer sun on our skin. And the air is filled with warm sounds that mark out this season as the most lively one of the year. And everything feels even more alive when music pulses through our body. We just discovered TIBASKO a rising British electronic DJ duo and are totally hooked on their brand new release Traces out of their forthcoming self-titled EP due this September through Another Rhythm.
“I have a pretty long bucket list of things I still want to do in my videos. It’s more a matter of having the right song come along to elevate those ideas to exactly where they should be. And Bored in Jeans felt like the perfect song for a walking video.”
Danish/Kosovo-Albanian songwriter and producer GIMI makes retro-inspired pop music with tongue-in-cheek lyrics and catchy melodies. And his latest single “Habibi” is again a potpourri of this quirky mix telling about a random anecdote from life. We had a quick conversation with GIMI about Albanian food, when he laughed the last time and what listeners can expect about his upcoming debut EP Polari.
Like a wave breaking, Cosmo’s Midnight crashes into creation with an effortless force. Despite their meteoric rise to international success, the Australian electronic duo and twin brothers make laissez-faire music with a down-to-earth spirit. They worry less about rigid work ethics and strict schedules by observing the feeling of creation as its own entity separate from the business of music
Krewella is a boundless electronic duo comprised of sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf. The talented duo also uses their platform to make a positive difference in the world. In the “sidewalk talk” they speak about their impact on Pakistan and Women’s Health and how it contributed to their ‘most honest body of work.’
“Sometimes you meet someone, and theres that little glimmer in their eyes that signifies “kin”, and it happens at the most random times. My first on was my dad, then a magical childhood friend, then a teacher, once an old man at a bench I never met again.” We had an insightful and deep talk with the talented artist about religion, the unexpected roads of life and her ambivalent relationship with friendships.