They don’t care about trends and formats. This is their spirit. The heavily guitar-based band, The Royal Freak Out released their latest album recently. Review.
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.
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.
New music video by Darjeeling is a typical ‘nomen est omen’ situation. You got nothing but yellow. But in the end, we wanna ask, what’s the story all about.
Our ‘Song of 2017’ contest is coming soon, and here is a brand-new track from our list. Dánó’s rough but smooth EP is a very cool concept, no way to miss it.
What happens if a non-practising metal fan meets an EP for the first time? Well, you can check it out in our peculiar review about Dreamgrave’s new material.
Do you have a teen daughter? Don’t let her read this article. Hungarian band, Steal The Lights has a strong kickoff with a viral, pure & young pop-rock thing.
We were running through the second season of Budapest Showcase Hub & focusing on how Eastern European bands can succeed in front of an international crowd.
Lo-fi band, Pixel Cranes’ new song won’t be a radio hit but it doesn’t care because it will be a great song for a neo-noir movie. And that’s something. Review.
Big Ben, Wembley, Fish & Chips and The Beatles. Although the United Kingdom seems to be far from here, Darjeeling brings a tiny taste of Albion to Hungary.