Ten songs, ten different feelings. You have the chance to decide which one should be on the top this year. Check them out & VOTE your favorite Hungarian Single!
It’s hard to imagine but another, not an easy year just passed by – without real gigs & festivals – and here we are: Song of 2020 is just about to begin! What does it mean? We pick 10 songs now, and YOU can vote which ONE is going to be the Number 1. So, it’s a sort of competition but we also wanna show you what’s happening in the Hungarian underground & newcomer scene.
Our compilation is a representative selection based on bands mostly featured in our articles this year. It’s also important that we try to put different kinda songs – making sure that there is a diversity of genres, style, atmosphere & lyrics (and language). The winner has the chance to record a song at Pinewood Studio.
We hope you will enjoy it. So, check them out, decide & VOTE ? You can do it on the bottom of the article. If you wanna keep yourself updated: JOIN our Facebook Event, which will be the epicentre of the contest. You will be able to VOTE till 31.12.2019.
Antilope Kid: Szia Uram
It’s more than a hit, more than social critic, the song is the Hungarian Meme of 2020 😀
Ben T Kadar: Change (Kvsto remix)
When a remix of an electro-ballad is catchier than the original one.
Summertime, ethno-surf & a nice love story at the shore of the ‘Hungarian sea’.
It’s a cool journey in the edge of Hungarian „alternative” and garage (pop)punk music.
If there’s an OIEE party, we must invite everyone.
The duo shows us what does it mean to hip-hop in Hungarian in 2020: strong trap basics, cool flow, hard lyrics, freestyle after some wine.
Shakin’: Sahara / No Way Back Home
Their song is a variety show and visionary poetry.
Third Planet: Rózsabors
It’s a very strong production, no matter, what do like, you enjoy their music – this time in Hungarian.
Villö Acetone: High on Fame
It’s simply a visual orgasm. Broken rhythms, taut beats, the music can be thrillful and sexy at the same time.
Yellow Mood: Where Do They Go?
It’s a cool modern-indie debut. That’s how you introduce yourself as a band.