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Monthly Playlist-Favourite albums October 2019

Posted: 13th November 2019 by blaue-rosen in Music News,press releases
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Monthly playlist-Favourite albums May 2019

Posted: 1st July 2019 by blaue-rosen in Music News,press releases
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“In a totally sane society, madness is the only freedom”-J.G Ballard


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logo playlistMay 2019 was a very rich month in terms of the album releases that saw the light of day, and our monthly playlist is reflecting the polyphony and the many sides of sonic experimentation that we encountered in these albums. Clearly, all the musicians have been inspired by different concepts, places, emotions, and worldwide developments and channeled their responses to all these using creativity and the kind of ‘madness’ J.G Ballard is talking about…

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Monthly playlist-Favourite albums March 2019

Posted: 15th April 2019 by blaue-rosen in Music News,press releases
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“I believe in empty spaces, they are the most wonderful thing”-Anselm Kiefer

March was a month whose sonic footprint was mostly industrial and darkwave. We listened to 75 independent music releases during last month and the ones that had the strongest impact on us had a heavy and melodic sound. There were albums that had as their starting point ideas around the preservation of the environment and others that found inspiration in alchemical processes and psychedelic states of mind. We equally enjoyed the few but precious releases that had more evidently punk rhythms and aesthetics as well as those ones where the synthesizers were creating a melodic and captivating sonic trail that we absolutely had to follow…

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