Tag: Radio
image for Glitchy Alternative Electronic Pop from Austin Texas. - Vivid Fever Dreams: Twenty Five
Posted by Krister Axel
A worthy anthem to the unfortunate phenomenon of coming to terms with the slow collapse of society.
image for Experimental Soul Pop from South Africa. - aboynamedblu: Oh No!
Posted by Krister Axel
Creates a sonic world of its own somewhere at the intersection of post punk, alt pop, and rock-driven soul.
image for Impressive Electronic Debut from Argentinian Multi Instrumentalist. - 808g: glOw
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers a captivating and dynamic experience that lifts electro pop into a cerebral dream-state, bringing electronic drums together with rap, layers of vocal harmony, electric guitar, and sitar.
image for World Music Roots Jam. - Introducing Rastaino: Never The Right Time
Posted by Krister Axel
Explores the need to resist, and work harder than ever before, in the hope of creating a future we can be proud of.
image for Experimental Downtempo from Philly. - Kilamanzego: Meditate
Posted by Krister Axel
With a vintage ARP by her side, Oko mines a complex and varied aesthetic from the depths of her creative mind.
image for Musical Poetry from Berlin Explores Feelings of Nostalgia and Hope. - Aude Langlois: En Transit
Posted by Krister Axel
Even a fading relationship can be repurposed as a sort of reunion with the self.
image for Introspective Downtempo Explores the Mental Toll of Isolation. - Rookley: Obsidian
Posted by Krister Axel
Offers a vulnerable moment of personal longing while exploring the unresolved need for human connection in a time of crisis.
image for Imaginative & Experimental Indie Rock from the UK. - TTRRUUCES: TTRUUCES (Music Video)
Posted by Krister Axel
Extends the story of Sadie and Syd as a metaphor for coming-of-age in the modern attention economy, and presents an irresistible mix of boomy drums, electronica, and casual mind-expansion.
image for Radiant Electronic Music from Poland. - Perfect Son: Almost Mine (Music Video)
Posted by Krister Axel
We are thrust into a black, skyless void, traveling a million light-years only to discover the pain that never left us.