Hello music lovers! 🎵🎧🎵
How are you? Merry December (the term we use here for all the events that will take place until the end of the year) has begun and there should be no shortage of music.
I've got a set of #newtunes music again for the weekend, which has been keeping me upright these days. Why not share it with you?
Big music stars and lesser-known musicians who would like to be in our and your music collections and playlists of all possible genres and styles. Whether or not something will come out on top is not even a question. It's here and now.
As usual, if you don't like something, you can skip it.
Rammstein - Adieu
Ramstein, the German industrial metal band, has recently released a video for the single "Adieu" from their latest album "Zeit". As we are used to with them, the splendor of the images, the symbolism in the details, the zombies, and the allusion to the Matrix in content, in short, everything you want to see.
Lots of fans and the song is climbing the charts fast, with over eleven million views in one week, what else is there to come?
The music is superbly produced, with percussion and guitars chopping in and out of the harmonies of nostalgic keyboards. But maybe they are saying goodbye? I don't think so.
Metallica: Lux Æterna
Metallica recently released the single "Lux Æterna", announcing the new album "72 Seasons" coming next year and a huge world tour to go with it.
The single represents, according to frontman James Hetfield, the band's condensed and characteristic sound of the last 30 years. Yeah, I'd quite agree, and so would the fans, I think.
Fever Ray - What They Call Us
Fever Ray, or Karin Elisabeth Dreijer, Swedish singer, composer, and producer, maybe better known as half of The Knife, a cult electronic music duo, released a new song after five years. With vocals, which easily reach both high and deep tones, and studio mixing of synthesized sounds, continues in the style of his previous band, with experimental dance electronica and, perhaps even more explicitly, at least in this track, it deals with identity.
B.Confidential & The Secret Four - Down The Subway
B.Confidential & The Secret4 is a band from Zagreb, Croatia, which gets together from time to time and consists of musicians from Bambi Molesters, Strange, B & The Bops, Mad Men, thee Melomen, E. Biljan & His Heretics and Tyger Lamb. If you are involved in any way with rockabilly/psychobilly then you will know some of these names. They are mainly involved in and nurture classic rock'n'roll from the sixties.
This time they have adapted the 1968 Jack Hammer classic "Down The Subway". I recommend it to everyone, not just fans :)
Etceteral - Meadow Sage
Etceteral (a new name to me) is a Slovenian audio-visual electronic jazz trio, founded in 2019, and with this track, they present their second album "Rhizome". The music itself is a real refresher, original, and dynamic, and with visual support, it connects the musicians across the visual spectrum of perception. The musical journey between dub, krautrock, afro rhythm, free improvisation, and electronica is extremely propulsive and polyrhythmic. Essentially the true understanding of jazz - theme, improvisation, innovation. Very brave and futuristic, with a mature understanding of jazz modernity and the use of technology in music. Highly recommended.
COMEBACK KIDS - Crossed
Comeback Kids, the Canadian hardcore outfit from Winnipeg, are back after a five-year hibernation with their seventh album "Heavy Steps".
Hardcore punk in its truest sense, biting into the nostalgia that the audience is overwhelmed by with every note. It's refreshing to listen to hardcore bands that don't take themselves too seriously and aren't constantly caught up in trying to prove their edge.
In this track, which advertises the new album mentioned above, Joe Duplantier from the French metal band Gojira makes a guest appearance (with rhythm guitar and vocals).
Enablers - Phone Blows Up
Enablers, a post-punk band from San Francisco, have been working together for 20 years. In September, they released their new album "Some Gift". Enablers are not just ordinary soundscapes for frontman and poet Pete Simonelli's recitations, but they are re-creating both music and poetry into flowing content. A unique combination of guitar interludes and spoken word that actually moves the listener's attention into a hypnotic and at times sinister state that can be felt by the storyteller. I highly recommend it.
Wednesday - Bull Believer
Wednesday, a band from Asheville, North Carolina, USA, after the success of last year's "Twin Plagues", which was named "one of the best rock albums of 2021" by Pitchfork's music critics, released a new eight and a half minute single "Bull Believer", after switching to a new label Dead Oceans.
A fusion of shoegaze and grunge sounds, spiced up with lyrics by singer Karly, who says the inspiration for the song came from an episode of the country music history podcast Cocaine & Rhinestones.
Bulls up or down, the song is indeed pure grunge excess, sharp as a scalpel, at times I got the impression that Nirvana would sound similar if they existed now. Well, at least in the first four minutes :)
ugh... there's a mess ... I need to change something ... this year ... maybe 😁
... anyway, if you're curious just click the dates and listen to songs ...
btw: I'm working on this, and the changes will be here ASAP...
25.11.2022, 18.11.2022, 4.11.2022, 28.10.2022, 21.10.2022, 14.10.2022, 7.10.2022, 23.9.2022, 9.9.2022, 2.9.2022, 26.8.2022, 19.08.2022, 12.8.2022, 5.8.2022, 22.7.2022, 15.7.2022, 24.6.2022, 17.6.2022, 10.6.2022, 3.6.2022, 27.5.2022, 20.5.2022, 7.5.2022, 29.4.2022, 22.4.2022, 15.4.2022, 8.4.2022, 1.4.2022, 25.3.2022, 18.3.2022, 11.3.2022, 4.3.2022, 25.2.2022, 18.2.2022, 11.2.2022, 4.2.2022, 28.1.2022, 21.1.2022, 14.1.2022, 7.1.2022
24.12.2021, 17.12.2021, 10.12.2021, 3.12.2021, 26.11.2021, 19.11.2021, 12.11.2021, 5.11.2021, 29.10.2021, 22.10.2021, 15.10.2021, 8.10.2021, 1.10.2021, 24.9.2021, 17.9.2021, 10.9.2021, 3.9.2021, 27.8.2021, 20.8.2021, 12.8.2021, 6.8.2021, 25.7.2021, 16.7.2021, 9.7.2021, 29.6.2021, 18.6.2021, 12.6.2021, 4.6.2021, 27.5.2021, 21.5.2021, 13.5.2021, 6.5.2021, 29.4.2021, 22.4.2021, 9.4.2021, 2.4.2021, 26.3.2021, 19.3.2021, 12.3.2021, 5.3.2021, 25.2.2021, 18.2.2021, 11.2.2021, 4.2.2021, 27.1.2021, 19.1.2021, 11.1.2021, 4.1.2021.
24.12.2020, 11.12.2020, 2.12.2020, 23.11.2020, 13.11.2020, 4.11.2020, 26.10.2020, 17.10.2020, 8.10.2020, 1.10.2020, 24.9.2020, 17.9.2020, 10.9.2020, 3.9.2020, 26.8.2020, 19.8.2020, 11.8.2020, 4.8.2020, 11.7.2020, 18.6.2020, 10.6.2020, 1.6.2020, 25.5.2020, 15.5.2020, 6.5.2020, 26.4.2020, 18.4.2020, 10.4.2020, 31.3.2020, 26.3.2020, 12.3.2020, 25.2.2020, 13.2.2020, 30.1.2020, 19.1.2020, 12.1.2020.
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