New Release – Hurricanes and Typhoons by Postindustrial Poets

Imagine guys who love to mess around with guitars, amps and pedals, but spent years listening to soul and blues. Introducing: the Postindustrial Poets. The Poets will release their new single ‘Hurricanes and Typhoons‘on May 7th. “At the end of a recording session, late last year, someone checked what was going on in the world. TwoContinue reading “New Release – Hurricanes and Typhoons by Postindustrial Poets”

New Release – That’s When You Blew My Mind by Postindustrial Poets

The Postindustrial Poets like to sing songs that tell stories. A new story will unfold on 12 February, ‘That’s When You Blew My Mind‘. What can we expect from this next chapter? “The song is about love, travel and transcendent moments. And it is about the sounds maybe more than anything we have released inContinue reading “New Release – That’s When You Blew My Mind by Postindustrial Poets”

Best of 2020 – Fendahlene

What was your most streamed song in 2020? ‘High and Low and Back Again’. What’s your favourite song in the Cool 20 Hall of Fame? It’s a tie between Postindustrial Poets, ‘I Gave You My Disease’ & Grace Can’t Play Guitar, ‘Crazy Daze’. What are your plans for 2021? Continue to promote our album andContinue reading “Best of 2020 – Fendahlene”

Best of 2020 – Pepe and the Bandits

What was your most streamed song in 2020? All my songs stream numbers are very close, but ‘Never Gonna Let you go‘ has surpassed my expectations – a very simple little love song I wrote for my wife has had more streams than anything else so far. What’s your favourite song in the Cool 20Continue reading “Best of 2020 – Pepe and the Bandits”

Best of 2020 – Postindustrial Poets

What was your most streamed song in 2020? By a good distance, our most streamed song is ‘I was in two minds‘. So far, anyway. What’s your favourite song in the Cool 20 Hall of Fame? Really, I can’t separate ‘Crazy Daze‘ by Grace Can’t Play Guitar and ‘High and Low and Back Again‘ byContinue reading “Best of 2020 – Postindustrial Poets”

In the spotlight: Skylar Nevaeh

For this week’s spotlight I interviewed a fellow Dutchie, Skylar Nevaeh. She is a young and upcoming female music producer. She started producing music on her computer at a young age. She finds inspiration in jazz, R&B, lofi and pop music. Her own music style contains ambient, jazz, R&B and downtempo vibes.  Skylar Nevaeh isn’tContinue reading “In the spotlight: Skylar Nevaeh”

In the Spotlight: The Postindustrial Poets

The Postindustrial Poets are Brits living in Luxembourg. They spent years playing covers and blues before recording their own material in 2019. I spoke to their main poet about music and lyrics. But first, some facts about the Poets. They sing songs that tell stories and always use four note chords. They follow the songsContinue reading “In the Spotlight: The Postindustrial Poets”