Creamcake’s latest release, Iku’s new EP “Body Horror,” will take you on a journey through distorted sonic space. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!
It is no doubt Creepy Teepee stands out amongst all those huge, essentially commercial European summer festivals. This year’s edition was no exception, bringing delicate moments of pure happiness mixed with weirdness to everyone who was there. Read our report, accompanied by snaps capturing its raw energy by photographer Vaclav Mach.
The Czech platform Gin&Platonic is reaching out beyond the realms of music journalism and DJing to become a record label. Their first release, featuring many international and local artists, is out on the first day of July!
A festival whose lineup consists mostly of people of color and/or queer folks (OR queers of color) in the traditional, conservative Austrian capital? Yes, please!
Technological dystopic thinking turned into performance art. Watch video recapping BCAA system and Olbram Pavlicek’s collab “Nova X-Process” at PAF Olomouc.
Sweat, spilled beer, stepped-on shoes, ringing in your ears. Project Bands on Film captures the electrifying energy of London’s alternative music scene.
UK-based Quantum Natives release ‘Gentle Nightmare’ – a new record by Yikii tracking the steps of a solitary explorer in the desolate lands of fragmented dreams.
Released on Quantum Natives, London-based Terribilis’ “Interlude Music” is a delicate soundtrack to the never-ending struggle of living with a mental illness.
Leipzig-based Dorothy Parker shares her brill mix for our topic Desire. Why go outside into the freezing cold when you can have a lil chilled party in the comfort of your bed?
Join us for a chat with the talented Prague-based producer Barbora Polcerova aka Enchanted Lands. We talk new music and future plans, being introverted, a world without capitalism, and the deepest desires of one’s soul.
CTM manages to be one of the most exciting events of the European music scene, and this year’s edition was no exception. Don’t cry you didn’t get the chance to be there and read our review instead. Or perhaps, cry a little, and already start saving money for tickets for next year.
Kick the new week in the butt with this fiery mixtape by Czech-based Gin&Platonic.