In the spotlight: Shoun Shoun

Bristol (UK) based four-piece Shoun Shoun play unflinching, atmospheric dream pop and art garage rock wlth the urban ennui of Nico mixed with the noise of Sonic Youth with a certain Velvet Underground elegance. The band is fronted by vocalist/songwriter and guitarist Annette Berlin, who has spent years battling ferocious noise in Bristol bands likeContinue reading “In the spotlight: Shoun Shoun”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Kecks

‘We’re quite dark guys, we want a tinge of darkness’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist Hamburg-based indie rock band The Kecks are gearing up to record an EP with Gordon Raphael, the renowned producer behind the first two albums by The Strokes. They’re an international bunch, featuring Lennart Uschmann from Austria (vocals), Samuel TelfordContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Kecks”

New release – Go! Go! Go! (EP) by LOBSTERBOMB

LOBSTERBOMB is an indie punk-rock band formed in a Berlin basement in 2020, consisting of Nico Rosch (vocals/guitar – she/her), Vik Chi (drums – she/her) and Crayon Jones (guitar – he/him). The band met after posting handwritten classified ads on the instagram page @weformedaband, run by the band GURR. With a shared determination to makeContinue reading “New release – Go! Go! Go! (EP) by LOBSTERBOMB”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Interview with LOBSTERBOMB

Interview with LOBSTERBOMB: ‘The song gets bigger as it goes along, I love that’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist Berlin-based indie garage rock trio, LOBSTERBOMB, woke us all up last month with their raw and dancey single ‘Wake Up’ and are gearing up to launch their debut EP around July. LOBSTERBOMB comprises Nico RoschContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Interview with LOBSTERBOMB”

Just a review : Black Painted Beastie Bell

Imagine yourself on a weekend trip in Berlin. You’ve had a nice meal and have some energy left for a musical treatment. The small entrance of the Urban Spree promises cheap beer and live rock music. Sounds like a plan. The smell gives you an idea what genre will be played. Downstairs it’s steaming hot.Continue reading “Just a review : Black Painted Beastie Bell”