The finnish band Cleaning Women surely play the most unusual instruments worldwide (well, perhaps besides the Austrian „Gemüseorchester“...) - keyword laundry racks – and even manage to make real cool songs with them. Those 11 tracks on „Aelita“ range from dancable Pop („Hotel JungleFever“), melancholy („Teknigrad“) to Hardrock/Metal ... more/mehr
What a mixture: instrumental pieces succeed each other accompanied by English and German lyrics. And every now and then there is some ska, complete with OI!-s, thrown in, reggae rhythms and swing hymns á la Fred Astaire. Not one song is like another on this album. It's hard to believe that all the songs on this album were played ... more/mehr
J´aime les filles
According to singer and guitarist Justin Maurer the new album of the Clorox Girls is „as delightful as bavarian beer“ and „more fun than a romp in whorehouse“ (see interview with the band). Well, this remains to be seen, what the guys, however, offer is surfpunk with 60´s rock´n´roll influences and a decent helping of French charm ... more/mehr
Closterkeller – who could be called in Poland to be one of the most known bands of the gothic scene – integrated in their past and in their productions different influences in an experimental way. But this new work bases rather on their own spectra of sound which is atmospheric rocking. No obeisance to the newest musical development. ... more/mehr
Graceful & Light
„Graceful & Light“ is the third album of the two boys and the girl of Cloudberry, produced and recorded by Kurt Ebelhäuser who took care of Blackmail, Scrumbucket and Donots before, at Studio 45.
The listener will find mainly beautiful melancholic Pop songs that have you drift off in dreaming. Despite the melancholy the ... more/mehr