Monthly Archives: October 2012

Half Past Never Band – Makes No Sense

Do you miss summer? Are the dark and rainy autumn evenings making you feel the blues? In this case listen to Half Past Never Band‘s new video. The upbeat funky rhythm and the sunny images will cheer you up. The song is included in the band’s latest EP, which you may buy on the Half Past Never Band’s own store or a well known digital outlet. Or if your money is tight, go to the band’s SoundCloud and listen to some remixes of their 2011 album. In any case, listen to their music and dance.


SIN COS TAN is the new project of producer Jori Hulkkonen and Villa Nah’s Juho Paalosmaa to deliver some synth bits and electro beats. The duo had its live debut at the past Flow festival, but it is quicly becoming one of Finland’s most promising acts.

Trust is the first single and video off SIN COS TAN’s debut album, which will hit digital and analogue outlets in late November.

Idiomatic – Lost Together

Tampere band Idiomatic has a new album called New Terrain, where the five-piece group showcases its melodic pop rock. Clocking under three minutes, Lost Together is the perfect introduction to the band as the bright and sharp guitar riffs combined with the anthemic chorus bring the best of the band. However, the whole album shows a wider array of sounds, from cinematic acoustic atmospheres to Smiths inspired vocals.

Music Alliance Pact – October 2012

This month’s MAP welcomes the blog Plan Arteria representing Ecuador and that makes 39 of us already. The trio Paperfangs brings in the Finnish song with a wonderful cover of Buddy Holly’s Everyday.

Don’t forget that next month it will be the 50th edition of MAP. You can still participate in our competition and get your song on this very special post.

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