"There are times when life takes you to situations you didn't expect. It disarms you and you have no choice but to let yourself go. Destiny is like a river and sometimes it's just easier to go with the flow." - Metrophobia
“There was this crazy and eerie atmosphere I clearly recall. This event I tried to embed in a story of two lovers spending the night before an impending catastrophic incident,” Milutin Krasevic / Bones In Butter.
"Two Magic Symphonies is our first album consisting of 8 songs plus a bonus track. We have released 6 singles already, therefore the album release brings 2 new songs (+bonus) to the listeners. A meeting point between 2 different cultures, 2 different continents. Upbeat but mellow. Nostalgic but hopeful. Arrogant but sweet. Sweet arrogance. Real but mystical. Magic reality." - Kingfisher
The VEHICLES sound is cinematic yet simple, dark yet hopeful. The guitars sing while keyboards change moods atop the bass and drums banging a thick foundation of bump. The vocals soar and rest like a flock of cranes in migration flight.
“On the surface Blush is a song about love, once dug a little deeper it is about novelty love. This song echoes the pressures of what our society dictates what the narrative of love is. Through melodic hooks and vivid metaphors, Blush tells the chaotic story of Hallmark love. I'd call it a reflection of the plastic love our society indulges in. Gen Z the Great Society is about the zeitgeist that is generation z.
"Lin Manuel" was born after the stillness of the pandemic brought up all of Eline's insecurities. Thoughts like "What am doing? How long can I keep doing this? Should I continue on or let this go?" (which are, by the way, the daily struggles of an Indie artist), arose.
"This album is our “pilot” so to speak - since this is our debut album. Pilot covers a variety of themes we experience in modern day: frustrations with social media, existential dread, finding yourself in an age of mass information and algorithms, capitalism, introspection, and nostalgia." - HYOOMAN
"I like to challenge myself with songwriting. Usually I pick some obscure word from the dictionary or even have someone throw an idea at me. With this one, I wanted to see how many classic rock references I could put in one song." Jennifer Alvarado
"Purple" might become your favorite color after listening to this track. With a chilled landscape and reverberating guitars, this track is perfectly suited for a long-ride or an inner-experience while meditating. It has both electronic sounds as well as analog, a mix of wobbling synths with real instruments.