- Broncho – ‘Big City Boys’
‘Big City Boys‘ is the latest video from Broncho‘s latest album ‘Bad Behavior‘ (Park The Van). This one is a pure indie audiovisual “seduction” and a perfect marriage between the band & the director Richard Farmer. Josh Homme was perfectly right; He personally selected these dudes to warm up the crowd for his band on the Villains Tour, and judging by ‘Big City Boys‘ they are more than capable of unleashing indie rock/garage anthems enough to warm up all the “Alaskan penguins”! Stunning.
- Alex Dutty – ‘Imagine‘
Uprising UK rapper Alex Dutty, flew to Serbia, to shoot off the visuals for his latest video ‘Imagine‘. Based mainly (if not only) on his powers, from self-promoting to selling his cds on his own, this dude speaks some real talks on this melodic hip-hop banger, looking straight at the camera. Yes, Alex could very well be the “mouthpiece for a broken, disgruntled generation“, an ideal example of creativity & self-motivation. Link up!
- Numenorean – ‘Regret’
Numenorean are from Calgary, Canada and were formed in 2011. Their music is labeled as post-black metal but the official track premiere from their upcoming album reveals a more complicated experimentation. Numenorean’s sophomore album ‘Adore‘ will be released on April 12th 2019 via Season Of Mist.
- Weal – ‘Night Drive‘
‘Night Drive‘ arrived just a few days ago from their third EP ‘Melt‘ by Copenhagen’s Weal. The alternative rock band showed us from the first release what they can do. On this EP they are a little bit far from indie rock and more in alternative mood with strong melodies, some complex arrangements and the beautiful and dreamy guest female vocals of Tanja Simonsen on ‘Night Drive‘ make this a catchy tune that strikes you at once.
The band has released two more EPs ‘First Of All‘ (2017) and ‘Dive In‘ (2018) and after these years in the mold, the band has started finding its shape and sound. ‘Melt‘ was published on band’s own label Homedale Music.
- Primer – ‘TVI’
Do you really need much more than a divine inspiration, an angelic voice and…… a Roland Juno synthesizer? Speaking of vocalist/producer Alyssa Midcalf and her project Primer the answer is definitely negative. ‘TVI‘ is an ecstatic synth-pop hymn of Primer’s debut album ‘Novelty‘ ready to “lift you up from the grave” and start dancing! Yes, it’s that powerful, a stunning piece of dynamic beauty. Eargasm!
Compiled by Christos Doukakis, Mary Kalaitzidou & Eleftheria Gesou