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Record Crash: Casper – XOXO

Casper - XOXO

Author Marie has not yet managed to hear an album by Casper in a hurry and likes the high pitched voice the Extertaler actually prefer to listen in podcast format. For Jonas, on the other hand, the rapper has started a whole new thinking. This week’s record crash.

Jonas says,

My relationship with rap is two-sided. Disgusted by the disgusting proll and macho posturing of many rappers and the associated fans, sometimes fascinated by Read More

Our newcomers for the year 2019!

96s.info Newcomer 2019

Already in the last year, we did not only look back on the past year in our personal annual reviews. but we also tried a round-up of the most exciting new artists of the coming year. Of course, we want to maintain this tradition. Which singers, singers, bands, musicians and musicians should be on the radar in 2019? Which artists do we expect to get off to a good start this year? Which newcomers should you not miss?

Amilli (#Pop)

Plate Crash: London Grammar – If You Wait

London Grammar If You Wait

The night is longer than the day. The barometer is close to zero. Trees are bare. Exactly the right mood to crawl on the sofa with the latest offshoot of our record crash. Exactly five years ago, Christopher’s most intense sound experience came out on CD, which he still has on the shelves until today. After all, Melvin could do something with two tracks. Eyes open for London Grammar’s “If You Wait.”

Christopher says:

… and then in Read More

Plate Crash: Shout Out Louds – Our Ill Wills

Shout Out Louds - Our Ill Wills

In Round Seven, both of the record-breaking counterparts are complete not at all agree: Andrea’s album “Our Ill Wills” by the Swedish indie band Shout Out Louds evokes good mood and beautiful memories at the touch of a button. At Max, however, the music triggers quite different feelings.

The Shout Out Louds. How many summers have I experienced with them? With their musical development from rough indie rock to spherical melodies to the adult, mature sound of their Read More

Plate Crash: Biffy Clyro – Infinity Land

Plate Crash Biffy Clyro Infinity Land

Jonas loves Biffy Clyro! This can hardly be overruled in the fifth round of our record crash. “Infinity Land” is the third studio album of the Scots and has been 14 years old! Whether the weird alternative rock pleases the ears of our pop-affine Alina? An album, two statements, one text. Jonas says:

In 2013, when I listened to British rock band Biffy Clyro and their third album music videos “My Recovery Injection” and “Glitter and Trauma “First Read More

Plate Crash: Florence + The Machine – Lungs

Florence + The Machine - Lungs

Florence + The Machine are part of the fourth record crash. The debut “Lungs” by the Englishwoman Florence Welch and her changing band was on everyone’s lips in 2009 and made a great impression on critics – as with our Julia. Colleague Marie has not noticed much or nothing at all about the hype and has listened to it without bias.

In 2009 I was 14 years old. Grown up with Queen and ABBA, I turned as a teenager, like many others at that time, but then to Metal Read More