From Kuopio comes one more indie band to follow the likes of Rubik, Kastor and many other bands that have built an exciting indie scene in Finland. Neufvoin have just release Robokop EP, which is available on the band’s MySpace page. The EP has been produced by Rubik’s Artturi Taira and showcases a band that can deliver soft pop melodies as well as aggresive guitars, all within challenging arragements.
Sisters Piroth may not be exactly from Finland, but much of the Finnish magic runs in their blood. Born to a Finnish mother and an Austrian father, they grew up in Stockholm and visiting the Alps, where they found much of their inspiration. With a family very devoted to music, it is no surprise that Nina and Johanna started to play and write songs when they were kids. Some years later, they published a couple of records on their own label Oma Gusti Records and toured in Germany and Southern Europe. Soon they will release their second full length album Safe Haven and they hope to take the ferry from Stockholm once again and present their dreamy folk pop songs in Finland. Continue reading