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Venior – Free-K Revolution
Freak Pop / Neon Punk
A message has reached our planet from outter space, and it tells us to start embracing life on Earth, to let love rule, and to freak out. Berlin’s Venior shows us how to do it.
Dizzy Imortal – Ayehu
Drill / Hip Hop
Hailing Ghanaian capital Accra, Dizzy Imortal combines the rotor-like movement of UK Drill with atmospheric soundscapes and East African chants. Ayehu is a cinematic next-level rap track featuring Jibril, Willy, Smalltym 69, RVN and Hashtagh.
SLOT – Sick Joke
Industrial / Post Punk
Baltimore, MD, USA
This deconstructional and flashing sonic display revives the energy of Einstürzende Neubauten and presents an activating sound full of melancholy, uncertainty and joy. SLOT let fun and spite flourish within a world in ruins.
Ikarie – Santa Sangre
Post Metal / Death Doom
Catalan sextet Ikarie lets their audience dive deep into the darkest realms of cosmic existentialism. The soundscape that the band presents is remorselessly heavy and dark, but yet deeply atmospheric and spacious.
Onion Boys – How to grow up (on TikTok)
Post Punk / Surf Rock
Cheerful riffs paired with body-moving rhythms and some existential crisis in combination with sarcasm in the lyrics, et voilà, it’s a banger! Dublin’s Onion Boys know how to move the masses, and you will very likely hear from them again soon.
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Dobbeltgjenger – Frankenstein
Indie Rock / Alternative Rock
Dobbeltgjenger are smooth, funky and after all, they never forget how to rock and roll. The melancholic song Frankenstein proves this perfectly.