1. Trentemøller – ‘Sleeper’ 

The critically acclaimed, Copenhagen based musician Trentemøller shared another new track with the title ‘Sleeper‘ as the time for the upcoming new album is coming closer. With music in between electronic and indie unleashes a production of exquisite melodies and makes both audience and journalists adore him as one of the most respected electronic musicians at the moment. The new track ‘Sleeper‘ is a unique electronic sound journey that is accompanied by the artist’s self-made video.

Eleftheria Gesou

  1. Russian Circles – ‘Arluck’

Russian Circles from Chicago, US are releasing their seventh album ‘Blood Year‘ on August 2nd via Sargent House. The track ‘Arluck‘ has a sludgy atmosphere and is a very well structured one. Russian Circles has never disappointed us until now and their new album is highly anticipated.

Mary Kalaitzidou

  1. Abyssal – ‘Discernment: Khyphotic Suzerains’

Abyssal from UK creates a darker death/doom metal sound with many progressive elements. This track is almost suffocating and a perfect soundtrack of horror. The fourth album ‘A Beacon in The Husk‘ will be out on June 21st via Profound Lore Records.

Mary Kalaitzidou

  1. The Entrepreneurs – ‘Say So!’ [Tapetown Sessions]

1, 2, 3…… Go! 218 secs of abarsive and raw energy by The Entrepreneurs with the vital aid of the always reliable Tapetown Sessions. The Entrepreneurs are among the hottest and most explosive Danish bands and ‘Say So!’ is the abso;ute proof and reason why the ‘gang’ played the biggest stage at SPOT Festival on 4th of May. Turn this beast up loud!

Christos Doukakis 

  1. Sirenety – ‘Cold Water’

After a brave dose of raw energy, it’s high time for some gentle tranquility that Sirenety gitfs us with the sublime ‘Cold Water‘. The almost fragile composition by London-based singer-songwriter will haunt you for days. -and nights-, and in case you miss acts like PortisheadMandalay, Sirenety may very well be your next poster on the wall! Highly recommended.

Christos Doukakis 

Compiled by Eleftheria Gesou, Mary Kalaitzidou & Christos Doukakis