April has passed, so what has happened inside the Hungarian underground? Our recommendations for now: Mayberian Sanskülotts, DRMRZ, Jafari & Nemazalány × Lil G.
TENDER comes to play to Budapest on the 30th of April. Before our Live Event, we asked some questions about their cultural practices and Dan Cobb answered it.
March has passed, so what has happened inside the Hungarian underground? Here are our recommendations for now: Kaktus • DRMRZ • Retröxx • The Psychocean.
Written and recorded in 5 weeks at home. Kristóf Dobos’ introductory album, ‘Symbol Syndrome’ is a missing link with an atmosphere, which was missing for long.
February has passed, so what has happened inside Hungary? Here are our recommendations: Borka Balogh • Kijube • Pansy Kit • skeemers • The Tumor Called Marla.
If you are a foreigner and you have absolutely zero knowledge about Hungary, Shaibo will be a good start. Here is the band brand-new music video. Review.
From the dark side of California to consciousness and being political. Snapshot of SEXTILE’s crazy European tour and first ever Hungarian gig. Interview.
We didn’t mean this to be a summary but it ended up as one. We talked with Soma Deli and Ábel Ürögdi about Vanishing Point Festival and the reality of clubs.
Borka Balogh is living in Amsterdam, but her heart is full of Hungarian folk rhythms. Her songs are intimately adorable. Here comes her first ever EP. Premiere.
January has passed, so what has happened inside the Hungarian underground music scene? In a new series, we’ll introduce you to the most recent stuff.