Yet another amazing work of art is going to be released by these French artists and it's all made in remembrance of, and inspired by, our dear Blackstar, David Bowie. Three tracks with a lot of depth, musicality, retro vibes and a contrasting modern touch.
Mental health is important, and 7000apart know that. The duo is making music that originates in dark places, but always moving forward and hoping it will be better. Hope alone won't cut it, you have to put in the work - and these two are doing exactly that.
Her debut EP is full of such life-inspired stories, making it a release to listen to for comfort whenever you're feeling low yourself. The introspective and diary-like release has 8 songs with a total runtime of about 25 minutes.
In his debut EP, N4November invites us all to feel the world with him. The good, the bad, the very unlikely and the somewhat possible. "I don't know how to live in this world of so much hate", he sings in the title track. None of us do, Alex. But we keep trying, and songs like these helps.
"During this one [the EP], I’ve been sober, and I just felt like a stronger person that had finally dealt with a lot of stuff. In particular, the “regrouping” of myself mentally and physically lent a hand to diving further into more technical aspects of production, and I think the results reflect that." - Quizboy
"My music processes riding the waves of mental health, particularly as it relates to dysregulation, addiction, shame, relational trauma, and dissociation. Because of this, I speak candidly about my lived experience through my music and expressions of artistic identity as an act of de-stigmatization." Gillian Stone
A NEW 7" from our good friends at DCxPC will be available for pre-order at their Bandcamp. Curtains and Swift Knuckle Solution, together in a full-on blasting Punk experience!
"Break the Matrix" is a conceptual trilogy, each consisting of three tracks. In episode one, there were themes of "invasion" and anticipation for something ("Closer and Closer"). In this new episode, only two of the three tracks currently have accompanying music videos available to carry forward the visual part of the saga.
The classically trained artist's alias comes from the Finnish word for death "kuolema" spelled backwards. That little fact also gives a first clue on what her music is all about. Powered and inspired by the deep and multifaceted nature of our human experiences and looking into that from a different, not previously seen angle, the music of Amelouk is diverse, fearless, intimate and hypnotic.