neànder is a rather new band, considering their start that dates back to 2017. Within these three years, the Berlin-based band was rather productive with a self-titled debut, shared with the world in 2019. A year later the sophomre release 'eremit' has left the studio and carries another six songs, penned by the German quartet.... Continue Reading →
In normal times, Long Distance Calling should put the last dots on the 'i', preparing for the 'Seats & Sounds' shows, but the pandemic sticked a needle in this endeavor. The tour is postponed to next year, but even COVID-19 can't stop the quartet from playing live. Not only the bands have to suffer these... Continue Reading →
...you should give this album a chance. It's music that is far away from harsh riffs, aggressive rhythms and loud vocal screams. '2020' is a mindfully crafted musical adventure that blossoms by closing the eyes. It takes you to a world outside reality, at least for 39 minutes, and then there's still a 'Repeat'-button.
'How Do We Want to Live?' is both, conceptually and musically, a masterpiece that fits perfectly into the current times. Long Distance Calling extend their own sound with electronic elements, making the album even tighter and more intense without sacrificing the typical Long Distance Calling trademarks. The four guys build on 'How Do We Want to Live?', a world of sound that fascinates and inspires you to ask yourself the basic question of this album - how do you want to live?. One thing is certain. The way I want to live is for sure with this album.
German post-rock specialists Long Distance Calling announce a special release show. Their new album 'How Do We Want To Live?' is scheduled for June 26th and will come through InsideOut Music. Since traditional live shows aren't possible right now, the quartet from Münster teamed up with Autoarena Oberhausen for a very special album release show... Continue Reading →
German sound architects Long Distance Calling have announced their new album for the end of June (June 26th via Inside Out Music). 'How Do You Want to Live?' is the meaningful title of a longplayer that seamlessly ties in with the past highlights from Long Distance Calling.With 'Hazard' and 'Voices' two new tracks have already... Continue Reading →
German post-rock specialists Long Distance Calling announce a new album. The title ' How Do We Want to Live?' couldn't fit better into the current times of change, a decisive factor for the band to release the album on June 26th this year instead of postponing the release to a later date. The record comes... Continue Reading →
CB3, or in other word Charlotta's Burning Trio, is hailing from Malmö, Sweden and their music was compared already with the mighty King Crimson. Media described them as "The King Crimson of Malmö" and some parallels can't be dednied. CB3 has with 'Aeons' a new album in the starting blocks and it's as great as... Continue Reading →
'Das Geheimnis des Dr. Caligari' is a step out of Toundra's comfort zone, an experiment with a successful ending. The four guys, hailing from Madrid, captured the vibe and mood of the movie and by that created a real soundtrack that bridges many decades of art. Well done Toundra.
Vinnie Moore belongs to a generation of shredding guitarist that boomed in the second half of the '80s. Especially 'Mind's Eye' and 'Time Odyssey' are great instrumental records to date, exciting longplayers for guitar heroes and jaw-dropping music for non-musicians. During his career, Moore contributed also to records of Alice Cooper and Vicious Rumors, next... Continue Reading →
Cello-metallers Apocalyptica released 'Plays Metallica by Four Cellos' in 1996, a milestone moment that changed a lot for the three cello players. It was a starting point into a career with a constantly growing fanbase, large tours and festival appearances like at the legendary Wacken Open Air. Songs from eight longplayers have been the base... Continue Reading →
Instrumental Rock band Tundra, hailing from Spain, announce a next album. Interesting enough the longplayer got a title in German language, a well-known title for fans of horror. 'Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari' refers to the silent horror film from 1920 and Tundra delivers a musical interpretation, a soundtrack to a classic in horror movie... Continue Reading →
German post metal instrumentalists Long Distance Calling are creative minds, no doubt. Six longplayers, full of excellent songs, speak volume and so far a lot of the creativity was channeled and transferred into great music. After also having played many shows over the last years, the four-piece band from Münster, Germany decided to go for... Continue Reading →
A new festival will have its first edition in 2019. Golden Silence Festival will be held for the first time this year, featuring instrumental music and acts only. It’s the guys from Muenster-based Long Distance Calling being the brains behind this new addition to the festival calendar and it’s also them being the headliner the... Continue Reading →