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Here you can regularly experience the most up-and-coming music of our time - a soundtrack for life, passionately curated in a playlist. Because music brings people together.
Known for their musically emblematic vintage Americana worlds of green palm ferns, sky-blue expanses and snow-white sandy California beaches, Black Honey's energetic sound literally yearned for the escapism of decades past.
Amid January's lingering sadness, British neo-psychedelic band Temples release "Gamma Rays," feeling longing for an escapist summer.
Unmistakably, Master Peace's latest song "Veronica" is reminiscent of bygone indie rock times of the aughts.
The Arcs, a band that is unique within its musical spheres, and with an unmistakable sound.
This song is simply there, hardly needs to explain itself, but only needs to be heard. Yes, "Sophie" is something of a timeless piece.
Just as post-punk sets the severity of the present day to music, The Murder Capital's "Ethel" addresses division.
If Disq can maintain their experimental joy of playing, it is only a matter of time before the band stands alongside the greats on stages around the globe.
Marteria, one of the trend-setting rappers in Germany, once again traditionalizes the most important values of our time and proves what it takes to create rap with substance.
Great melodies, dark beats: synonyms for probably the only and best-known cartoon supergroup in the local music world: Gorillaz.
Wunderhorse. Started as a solo project, the band project quickly became an ambitious project of frontman Jacob Slater.