- Autopilot – ‘Living Dead’
To start with: This tune is catchy as hell! Canadian band Autopilot seems proficient enough to knock together in just 3 minutes the ultimate, alternative anthem; ‘Living Dead‘ is the absolute song for all of those who still don’t feel like ‘living deads‘. You’ll feel the vibes, the powerful hooks, the energy… And yes some extra kudos should go for the very long singer’s hair.
Wanna wake up from the drowsiness? All you gotta do is press the play button below and feel the lusty vibes…
- Slighter – ‘Isolate‘
‘Isolate‘ is the first track revealed from the forthcoming album ‘Automata‘ by Los Angeles based EBM musician and producer Slighter (Colin Cameron Allrich). This dark atmospheric album will be officially out on May 13th via Confusion Inc.. The lead single is an intense, evocative tune with many influences from the 90’s trip hop with most audible one the Massive Attack‘s aesthetics.
- Ungfell – ‘Das Hexenmal’
The Swiss black metal band Ungfell are working on new material. Until we are given more details about it, Ungfell released the single ‘Das Hexenmal‘ (Eisenwald), an unrealeased track which was composed in 2016 and recorded in 2018 at Meister Tekel’s basement and in the infamous H.U.C. Crypt.
- Dead To A Dying World – ‘The Seer’s Embrace‘
Dead To A Dying World from Dallas, Texas unleash a gripping blackened sludge/doom atmosphere which is hard to ignore. Their third album ‘Elegy‘ will be released on April 19th via Profound Lore Records and is the third part of a trilogy “which explores our relationship to our world by reflecting on our past, present, and impending future”.
- Bengal Lancers – ‘The Shakes’
For those who insist that brit indie is dead, Bengal Lancers might be a good antidote. Their latest single ‘The Shakes‘ is an ideal example of notable songwriting. Being bold enough to build their rhythm upon the addictive handclaps this single is an effortless anthem to sing-along while joking with only company your i-Pod, to dance along in an epic encore, to join post-punk fans with indie pop addicts….
Ladies & gents, let’s welcome Bengal Lancers!
Compiled by Christos Doukakis, Eleftheria Gesou, Mary Kalaitzidou