French trio dOP is back with a new track, a sensual story of love, featuring Ukrainian artist Alina Pash, the latter also performing in the MV for this lovely release. The title kind of aligns itself with the month of love, however, I’m sure that’s not the reason dOP came with ‘Stone Love’. The sounds are steady, and a bit mysterious, keeping you guessing about what’s to come next. Did I say it is full of sensuality? I did mention it. But that’s what the band does and that’s why we love them so much. Cause it’s so lovey-dovey and modern and groovy and French.
Released: 11 January
Third studio album from German artist Cro keeps on proving to be with each release quite the catch if we only take a look at the tracks released to the public so far. If you have time, take a look at that and then try out his latest MV. Yes, that’s right, Cro has released a new track from album ‘Tru’ and it is called ‘todas’. The song is a collab between the German rapper and artist Wyclef Jean. Cool urban outfits and almost naked girls are part of the visuals of this new MV, giving you options. Either way, it wins you over. Me? I’m all for Cro and the fashion. And you?
French Electro duo Juveniles are adding a new MV to their latest album Without Warning, this time for the track Comfort Girl, a collaborative work they did with singer and VJ Helen Feng. Feng not only dives into the lyrics of the track with her earthy voice, but she’s also acting in the visuals for the music video, alongside Juveniles members. The track is sensual, slowly captivating you into a pleasant trance. Together with Someone Better and Decoy, this recent MV adds a much-needed dose of creativity for the public to know more about the band style.
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South Korean boy band BTS is back with their latest mini-album, with an official release for today, 18th September. A first track has been making the rounds of the internet, everyone crushing over Jimin’s solo appearance in Serendipity, as the song is called, since September 4. Back to this new album, called Love Yourself – Her, the title gives hope to a second part, given the manner. First track coming out after the official release is DNA, announced with two video teasers in the last couple of days, Just a couple of minutes ago DNA music video has been released, a reason for Army’s all around the world to celebrate.
Swiss artists Stress, Evelinn Trouble and guitarist Gabriel Spahni from Pegasus band combined their talents into a brand new musical project, naming it Trust. The revealing happened not too long ago, at least that’s how things happened for an international music stalker like myself. Individually, each of the three musketeers is a well-established artist inside the Swiss music arena and each is playing different genres. To prove it we only have to look at Stress’s impressive collection of Rap that he has been playing since forever. Despite his favorite genre, the artist has proved several times to be quite versatile, working with different artists and keeping it interesting. Joining Trust as a bandmate just shows his ambition to reach new heights.
As for Evelinn Trouble and Gabriel Spahni, these two are closer to home with this project, style wise speaking. And if we are to name the least alienated, I will point to Spahni, whose backing vocals and guitar work added wonderfully throughout the years to Pegasus, a band with a pop rock feel, highly popular in Switzerland.
The new band has recently released Welcome To The West‘s music video, and with that Trust has given us two of the four tracks from their eponymous mini album, after the unraveling of ‘Volcanos’ in April this year.
Genre: urban folk
On June 8, Romanian electronic group ROA aka Rise Of Artificial released their latest track, and this comes after almost two years of heartbreaking silence from these guys. And yes, I am a sentimental person. This new song called “Flow de Vara” translated as ‘summer flow’ arrived just in time for the summer holidays, having good chances at becoming a summer hit darling.
A music video accompanies the track, making things so much more appealing and if you are acquainted with ROA’s previous works, you may expect the same style, but this track is somehow sweeter and features hymn tunes orchestration.
This is their first release since “Cine Visa”, translated ‘(he) who dreamed’, was dropped in October 2015, fully packed with heavy tunes and cool lyrics.
Welcome back ROA!