We checked out some Scandinavian new talents and the result was this: 4 different acts with one thing in common, they are ready to take the World.
From distorted chords to raw voice, with some disdain on their lyrics, it seems that Dead Pretties hit the hardest artistic achievement in a musicians career, brilliance in simplicity.
Lourenço Crespo carries Portugal and its popular culture on his music. Every verse of him has a corner of Portugal, and vice-versa.
Riley likes the idea of a song not necessarily wearing out but breaking in. In that spirit he listens to intimate vocals and vivid storytelling songs from two Brooklyn-based indie projects.
Clara introduces us to some unexpected Portuguese electronic rhythms and amazing vocals through her Indie Sapiens on Mirror People. Also, she portrayed them into this awesome artwork in her drawing alter ego The Frog.
As we hit the 100th post mark, we go through the top ten New Secrets we posted in this first half of 2016.
What speaks to Silvia is indie beards featuring beautiful female voices. That would be John Grant featuring Tracey Thorn and Matthew E White featuring Natalie Prass.
As intense as music can get, WILDES new single Illuminate is just astonishing.
António is back and recommends us three of his most treasured secrets, from London to Sweden, from electronic, alt-indie rock to Nordic indie.