A lot of Finnish stuff can be considered quite eccentric: sauna, ice bathing, drinking habits, silence, Finnish manner of speech, desire for solitude, movies, Finnish language and Ior Bock", says Jere Häkkinen of the Suomisaundi act Luomohappo, "I think Suomisaundi fits there nicely".
On October 10 and 11 the annual Skaņu Mežs Festival for Adventurous Music and Related Arts will take place in the Daile concert hall in Riga, Latvia.
Who is this band that consists of a fairy-looking Irish singer Rosie Blair, Japanese-Brazilian guitarist Michel Collet and British drummer Louis McGuire? Michel Collet enlightens us in this short interview.
Review: Blaue Blume – Beau & Lorette (Brillante Records / A:larm Music / Universal Music Denmark, 2014)
“Blaue Blume” is German for blue flower which symbolizes longing, love, and pursuit of the...
Positivus Festival, which took place in Salacgrīva from 18th to 20th July this year, always manages to bring together thousands of festival-goers, tens of bands and therefore a very diverse crowd. We tried to capture some of the visitors and their moments with our camera. It was undoubtedly apparent from our discussions that troubles and responsibilites were happily left to wait for their time.
The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world's biggest club festival and the leading business platform for electronic music, announced the first selection of the more than 2000 artists scheduled to perform during the festival.
Lithuanian band Garbanotas Bosistas performs an acoustic version of their "It’s Hard" at Positivus Festival '14.
For a true music fan, summer isn’t really summer unless you’ve visited at least one music festival abroad. And that’s how the last few summers have been for me – I get tired of the homespun and start craving for something bigger with more interesting artists. And it wasn’t long before I heard about the first Secret Solstice Music Festival to take place in the musical Mecca of Iceland from June 20-22.
Sohn is not the only big name taking over Palladium Riga's stage this autumn. On November 18th the concert hall will host the first Baltic performance of US singer-songwriter, vocalist and percussionist tUnE-yArDs aka Merrill Garbus. With her unique talent of looping sounds and rhythms into punchy anthems and her playful childlike delivery, Garbus creates a truly memorable live experience that sounds like nothing else.