Monthly Archives: March 2010

Wedding Crashers – Electric Butt

A few weeks ago, a desperate man published a two-page ad in a major music magazine in Finland announced that he had written a song for that beautiful girl on a Roxette shirt that he found and lost in bar Red Onion on Boxing Day. Behind that song we find the trio Wedding Crashers that with this marketing trick releases its first single Electric Butt. It is a twisted kind of love song, but we will let this hopeless lover to describe it: “In the song I used grandpa’s old drum machine because I thought you might like the disko-feeling. I really hope that you contact me because with the money that I’ll get from this song I could take us to Lanzarote!”. Listen to this cry of love after the break. Continue reading

Moistmaker – Getting By

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Very often artists just get by and struggle to make a living with their music, so perhaps the low life of a rock’n’roller inspired Moistmaker when recording a few new songs. Getting By is included in the band’s recent batch of demos, freely distributed on their website, and it features some muscular guitar riffs and a melodic and catchy chorus that reminds us the heaviest songs by The Cult or even some of the sounds of Alice In Chains. Enjoy these high quality demos while the band lands a record deal.

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TV OFF – Boogieman (Sharkslayer remix)

The electro-pop adventures of Markku and Sara continue to evolve and while we still have to wait a little bit longer for their first full-length, TV OFF keep us entertain with their first proper release, Music Machine EP, that includes the songs Music Machine and Boogieman from their upcoming album, plus a few remixes, like the Sharkslayer remix of Boogieman that is featured on this post. Continue reading

Q&A – Kiki Pau

Last week indie sensation Kiki Pau treat us with the first single off their sophomore album White Mountain. An Old Song, feature in this month’s MAP, got some serious “netplay”, being listed in Elbows and The Hype Machine. You don’t have to wait much for listening the rest of the album as it is due this week. We met 3/4 of the band to introduce the band and talk about the new album.  Continue reading