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.
We asked Bass Drum Of Death, Paul Cherry, Soviet Soviet & Wolf People to choose. Beer or wine, book or video game? They answered conscientiously. Check it out.
Only one week left and one of Hungary’s most exciting guitar-based Festival is about to begin. It’s hard to choose but here are the foreign performers to catch.
Electro music in the country of black metal? Yes. Norwegian band, Lemaitre started 8 years ago and has had so many success. Interview with Ulrik Denizou Lund.
Are you interested in some local taste? You are in the right place, here is our recommendation of Hungarian bands. Sziget Festival 2018 menu for foreigners.
They are outrageously young and they recorded a cheeky EP. Three high school guys formed a catchy, surf rock band, The California Nightmares and this is their debut.
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.