Turkish singer and songwriter Jem describes his music ‘for the lost souls searching for meaning in life’. While we are all seekers in this world, it is probably the fate of some people to search much deeper than others for the purpose of life.
Music, concerts, friends and unforgettable moments. The sun has returned from its long winter sleep and with it the golden life. That’s why today we want to introduce you to an event tip for those who love the Danish sound or want to try something new!
Sofia born singer and producer Daniel Stoyanov aka Bulgarian Cartrader is a real whirlwind with an incredible energy. And there must be several hearts beating in his chest, not questioning, just always pulling forward. While some people get melancholic or thoughtful, for the talented musician living in Berlin the only way is forward.
Made in France. The dark pop duo DALHIA are Rachel Geffroy and Simon Vouland. The project was born in 2019 and their trademark is the kind of dark, fanciful and psychedelic electro-pop sound that is not that easy to classify, as their music melts together many influences.
With KINO they deliver an unbelievably atmospheric song that seamlessly follows where they left off. Multi-layered sounds of beautiful ambient melodies that build up to a magical story. “You’ll know when the song’s completed by the feel of it. I can’t really explain it. That’s beyond me. It just feels complete.”
The talented New York based duo Bottler consists of Pat Butler and Phil Shore and they have known each other since childhood. And it’s not quite easy to put them into one musical category. They blend electronic music with vocals, guitar sound and retro synth elements in too many ways. Like in their latest release Melatonin, which is a potpourri of smooth beats, organic vocals and some catchy e-guitar chords.
Dom Purcell and Cian McCann better known as Searchlight teamed up again with Irish singer Tolü Makay on Goldie’s boutique Fallen Tree 1Hundred imprint. Inspired by the spirit of Erykah Badu the track ‘Can We Go Back’ radiates a pleasantly calm feeling.
“It’s 9 o’clock, you’ve lost your friends, and your phone is dead. The mirror is telling you lies, and your adolescence is beginning to show.” introduce indie-pop band Pentire their new release ‘Fading Out’. The youthful, good vibes track is a continuation of their previous acclaimed track ‘Best Friend’s House’ and immediately transports us to a great and easygoing night out with friends.
“Loss is a gloomy theme, especially considering the current status of our world. But there’s a ray of hope and resilience coming through Birdsong. That was exactly what I needed at the moment I wrote it.” Sarah Anna Psalti-Helbig aka Sarah P. lost her father, and at the same time she has become a mother herself. A turmoil of barely manageable feelings, with the strong will for her daughter and her husband to find a way to deal with it. And Sarah P. knows all too well how to take challenging paths.
Cameroon-born Houston-based musician and songwriter ArmstrongWW returns with uplifting new track ‘Call You?’ and creating a sense of relaxation. “I propose we have a trade, take my life I get a break, bringing it back I’m bigger than that just look at the facts been by the gate upset.”
The new track ‘Circadian’ from UK producer Mazoulew featuring Verdance is a beautiful hymn full of sensuality that takes you on an incredible emotional journey. Carried by atmospheric synt lines that build up intensely, our thoughts soothingly sink into mysterious unknown worlds.
Finally, Mallorca Live Festival returns to the beautiful Balearic island in June! In addition to headlining acts such as Christina Aguilera, Muse, Milky Chance, Justice, Metronomy, The Blessed Madonna, C.Tangana and Peggy Gou also a variety of local artists will perform. A breathtaking experience surrounded by marvelous beaches, mountains and Mediterranean joie de vivre.
Together with Melbourne singer-songwriter “Woodes” he now releases his new work “Forever Young” where he also follows his motto “Simplicity is key. Always”. Elle Graham´s vocals and the hypnotizing sound soak in our ears – soothing and catchy. Accompanied by a rad video Forever Young makes us drift away and exalt our imagination.
If the world needs anything more, it is love, empathy and healing. And by that I don’t mean these hollow, superficial phrases from politicians that chase us through media to steer us all in the “right” direction. I’m talking about those deep honest feelings where sometimes it’s okay to take yourself a step back so that the eternal me can turn into a we.
In a different life, Moise would be a farmer tucked away in the Rwandan countryside working alongside a paternal lineage of tillers and cultivators. But instead of raising fertile fields amid the misunderstood beauty of Rwanda, Moise sows stories and songs rather than seeds. The son of Rwandan immigrants who came to The U.S. in pursuit of a better life, Moise is the pinnacle of the Black American Dream and its revolutionary ethos.