Heavy Trip (2018) is a profound take on metal music in a movie, wrapped up in a dark comedy. Directors Juuso Latio and Jukka Vidgren have successfully managed to bring out the best of the aggressively subliminal vibes of the Finnish metal scene in a form of fiction.
Southern Lord is a record label founded in the US in 1998 by Greg Anderson of Goatsnake fame. It is notable of releasing groundbreaking albums under a wide spectre of genres ranging from black metal, doom, extreme metal, to hardcore punk. Initially, the label intended to specialize in the experimental metal scene, precisely revolving around doom metal, stoner rock, and drone metal subgenres, but the label then expanded in variety and included artists from the black metal, hardcore punk, and crust punk subgenres as their rosters. Some of the most notable artists on the label include Sunn O))), Sleep, Pelican, Earth, and Goatsnake. This playlist is contributor Ralka Skjerseth’s personal selection of some of the finest tunes from the label.
We are getting to the essence of this series by the second post of this two-part series, where in this post we recommend four long(er) songs. Our definition last time of songs that span multiple genres and styles stay the same, however, in this post we will recommend you four songs that run above twenty minutes.
Neo psychedelia is a variety-filled subgenre of psychedelic music that originated in the 1970s as an outgrowth of the British post-punk scene - which still exists until today with the fame of acts such as Tame Impala, Pond, Melody’s Echo Chamber, and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. In this article, contributor Dinda Az’ara Putri has curated a neo-psychedelia playlist for you to enjoy.
The Wanted, the British-Irish boy band consisting of members Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes. Formed in 2009 through a mass audition, they reached the peak of their career with one of their singles on top of the charts, yet 5 years later, the group decided to go on a ‘long-hiatus’. Yes, unfortunately this boyband is no longer operating as they have split up. The members went their own way, and one question remains: where are they now?
Cancel culture is an act of deciding that a person (mostly public figures, artists, people who create things and/or are of fame) should no longer be supported, right after discovering that they have said or done problematic things. In other words, no longer supporting the person due to knowing their problematic attitude is called “cancelling” the person. Cancel culture has caused quite a controversy amongst people on the internet, mostly because of the varied opinions about it that later caused polemics. Sometimes having problematic idols cause people to implement cancel culture-- is it really the right thing to do? This article unravels contributor Ralka Skjerseth's opinion on cancel culture and having problematic idols.
In this first post out of a two-part series, we will highlight five songs that can be considered pretty long. In our definition, “long” does not necessarily mean songs that are big in length; we want to highlight songs (generally over five minutes) that switch over multiple genres and styles so that it has the illusion of length.
Clair De Lune is indeed a popular classical tune that almost everyone knows, one that makes a good lullaby. But did you know that this “lullaby” was a part of a larger musical movement, one that’s often associated with the artistic movement impressionism?
There is a lot to be excited about in terms of the music industry in 2019, with the many exciting artists announcing new albums. In this article, we will feature ten of these anticipated albums made by women musicians—senior and newcomer, mainstream and sidestream, with a fixed release date and some unknown ones.
Originating from the US, Hip Hop gave birth to its own culture and scene in the music industry, with the press dubbing it “the new rock n’ roll”. It is no secret that Hip Hop culture later on embedded deep into the Asian music scene, especially in South Jakarta, Indonesia, with the rise of local rappers and Hip Hop producers and platforms.