The SOSM team is back with our seventeenth weekly playlist, bringing in – as usual – a compilation of songs from various genres for your ears to listen to. Enjoy.
Familiar to rock fans as Oasis’ founding father, Noel Gallagher is back with a surprising Big Beat-inspired track.
The most memorable emo band from Jakarta “The Side Project” is finally back from the dead with their new single titled “Touché”, which was released on June 10th, 2019.
Even though relatively small, but the Icelandic black metal scene sure gets their thing going with some uprising names such as Sinmara, Carpe Noctem. Svartidauði, Naðra, and Misþyrming.One of the Icelandic black metal masterpieces mentioned earlier, Misþyrming, released a new album entitled Algleymi. It is a profound take on a newer wave of black metal with its melodic and atmospheric elements.
Our editorial team is excited to present you with our newest series – a playlist series inspired by various cities and in the world and their particular atmosphere. This time around, the city of the week is Paris, Europe’s fashion capital.
Living in New York for college, I wrote about how LCD Soundsystem portrays loneliness in metropolitans in “New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down.” Now, I’m staying in Jakarta for three months for an internship, with Maudy Ayunda’s “Jakarta Ramai” played in the car audio on my way home from the airport. I feel like the song is going to resonate with me through my three months.
The Norwegian black metal act Darkthrone finally released their 17th studio album, Old Star, that was released under Peaceville Records. In this album, they incorporated elements of heavy metal, thrash metal, and death metal, and doom metal besides black metal that they are well known for. They have a pretty diverse alignment when it comes to their sounds; ever since the release of their 2006 album The Cult is Alive, they have been incorporating more eclectic changes in style such as elements of crust punk, speed metal, doom metal, and heavy metal.