Rough indie rock & roll. Simple, straight-up songs without bells & whistles, but with guitar & drums.
Electronic music is rather easy to find online. Good, honest and analogue music is much harder to find. Therefore, it’s great to even find cool, classic rock & roll music. This 4-track EP sounds much older than it is. (Yes, this was a compliment.) Continue reading “The Dots –  The Dots”
Hard retro synth. Sounds like early 90s dark underground faux disco.
This week’s entry is brought to you by Russian netlabel MNMN Records. Both their homepage and their music look and sound more DIY than average. This release plays electronic industrial tunes. Despite simple song structures, the atmosphere is excellent. Continue reading “Demetr –  Different View Of The World”
Oldschool future sounds. Slight similarities with the original Blade Runner soundtrack.
To celebrate the 60th birthday of the first satellite in space, this compilation contains 10 tracks from mostly Russian artists with retro sounds, effects, aiming for space-themed instrumental tracks. Overall, I like the result very much: Continue reading “Various Artists –  Music for Sputnik-1 Vol. 1”
Nostalgic 80s synth pop. Tightly produced retrowave, focused on beats and synth pads.
This is a special free music release, in that it appears simultaneously in three labels’ catalogues: Enough Records, Illuminated Paths, and Future City Records. That in itself tells you that Herr Doktor’s music is in high demand from curators. Continue reading “Herr Doktor –  Time for Love”