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    Maria Minerva. Foto: Marko Krunic

    The Crowned Queen of Estonian Underground

    Although on her album Maria Minerva sings of ebony towers and intergalactic romances, she is currently dealing with rather mundane issues – settling down in Los Angeles, for example. We talked about uncomfortable emigration, "Scarface" and life in two different sides of the USA.

    Crazy Estonian rock band Winny Puhh at Eurosonic Noorderslag 2014. Photo: Bart Heemskerk

    Eurosonic Noorderslag reveals more acts for 2015

    Eurosonic Noorderslag, the key exchange and networking platform for European music, is gearing up for it’s 29th edition that will take place on 14-17 January 2015 and expands the line up with more new and exciting artists.

    Robert Niko. Foto Johann „all around jesus” kabonen 3000

    Vibratsioon Session: Nikolajev

    Radio show "Vibratsioon" , which has been running on the Estonia's coolest radio station Radio 2 since 1993, keeps its ears open to everything that happens in today’s music, both in deep underground and higher up on the ground. Here's a techno-immersed session by Nikolajev.

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    Gallery: Skaņu Mežs

    Fans of experimentality, at least those in the Baltics, know that October is that time of the year to harvest the ripe fruits of adventurous music at Skaņu Mežs festival in Riga.

    Sean Nicholas Savage. Photo: Rebecca Storm

    10 questions to Sean Nicholas Savage

    Indie troubadour Sean Nicholas Savage is one of the most eclectic phenomenons of the colorful Canadian music scene and it seems that all he needs for that are his ear-caressing melodies, dramatic vocals that covertly knock on your heart and an image of an artist fully-dedicated to music.

    Endamisi Salamisi. Photo: Mari Pihl

    Vibratsioon Session: Endamisi Salamisi

    "The most interesting things in Estonian music are happening in the underground electronic dance music scene. This music is not played in the radio (except on "Vibratsioon"), and not written about in the newspapers (except for Müürileht) – this is the music that lives its own life. They don’t depend on anybody and nothing depends of them. But where independence blooms, creative freedom follows. They are our anti-idols." – Raul Saaremets