VITAL will be bringing to light 10 splendid songs you should bury yourself in! Do not expect “genre barriers”!

Misaïdu – How To Change

A floating and evolving electronic track, with a deep atmospheric piano and a textured electronic rhythm section by electronic act Misaïdu


A noir jazzjourney into unknown spiritual soundscapes…

Dekula Band – Coltan Sounds

Keeping the spirit up and dance with the addictive, upbeat, ethnic sound of Dekula Band from Congo

Christian Löffler – Fate

A rework of an original recording of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony from the 1920’s, ideal for escapism

Silvertwins of funk – Funk Onion (feat. M-Rock Emrik)

A Minneapolis-style funk tornado for all “funk-headz”!

Borey – Hyperborea

“Continuing to delve into ancient Greek mythology, this time Borey decides to voice the story of Hyperborea, a mysterious Northern country, the ancestral home of mankind, where groves and forests were people’s dwelling, where they did not know what is disease and strife” A highly cinematic downtempo treat with a pure, organic feel…

JD Days – Liberty

A soul/hip-hop blend of the highest level dealing with social problems that exist around us. Homelessness, poverty, economic problems and despair…Vital!

John Garrison – Rot In The Basement

Imagine Arab Strap with a more electronic and pompous sound, and there you have this stunning, dystopic, indietronica gem by John Garrison…

How did we not spot this decay?

And why did I not listen to you that day?

In hindsight I guess I never let you talk.

I spoke all the way without a thought.

But wait, you must have felt the same?

Or surely you would have said something?

Chandelier, chandelier on the floor.

The Ninth Wave – Everything Will Be Fine

‘Everything Will Be Fine’ is a portent mantra to shout from the rooftops amidst some of the most confusing and unsettling times our generation has faced, βrimming with prudent positivity βυ Glaswegian band The Ninth Wave

True Faith  – Borrowed Time

The 2nd single from True Faith‘s upcoming LP, ‘As Much Nothing As Possible’ is a post-punk/wave addiction!

Christos Doukakis