The 60s meet pop: Julia Stone delivers a sound-turned-midsummer night's dream with her new album “Sixty Summers”.
Oehl take up the "work" again and enchant with a gorgeous tightrope walk between the open-plan office and endless expanses. Once again, you can hardly resist shaking your head mischievously at Oehl.
girl in red is loud, casual, vulnerable, queer, talented and on everyone's lips: on her debut album, the Norwegian now delivers album-length depression paired with weightless hymns and sunset mood.
On behalf of the indigenous Lenca land defender from Honduras Berta Cáceres, Damien Rice, JFDR and Sandrayati Fay form a team.
Alice Phoebe Lou enchants with “Glow”. A radiant, analog sound - as powerful as northern polar lights over a roaring sea.
Fresh love, vintage filters and Nick Cave - you couldn't ask for more from the current single from L'aupaire!
Julien Baker has been one of the heroines of the American indie scene at least since her work in the supergroup boygenius. Whether alone or together with Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus - the songwriter convinces with her soulful voice and her unique guitar riffs. With her new album “Little Oblivions” she is now heralding a new phase.
Province do not keep their feet still after their first successes and now show a pretty clear stance with the brand new single "Hymne gegen dich".
On eleven titles, Steiner & Madlaina very quickly make it clear that standing still is not their thing. Although their distinctive style permeates every syllable, every measure this time too, they have evolved clearly. Their arrangements became bigger and more opulent. By the way, they also prove a sharp tongue again.
A duet of dreams: Lina Maly and Moritz Krämer cover “Ade” by Manfred Krug. A soulful farewell to pop history!