GIRL AND GIRL: Mother

Vibrato-filled indie rock that with pop nerve and feeling puts you in a good mood, and it’s clear that you believe him when he sings with such empathy. GIRL AND GIRL – Mother

GGGREMLINNN: It’s Open

Intensive junk rock that you dig non-stop until someone closes that door, but as everyone knows after this, that door is open and will always be, we hope. GGGREMLINNN – It’s Open

TANDOORI KNIGHTS: 14 Hits That Don’t Quit

Garage rock with the joy of playing and a dirty sound that makes you happy to hear, and if you ask me, you don’t need any keys to unlock the fans’ fascination. TANDOORI KNIGHTS – 88 Keys

IT’S FOR US: Out Of Time

When an intro rubs nicely before it turns into a great bass line with tight rhythms and tinkling guitars, I call it good news and enjoy it non-stop. IT’S FOR US: I’ve Got Good News

MOUSES: Fiends

Lo-fi garage punk by some who are who they wanna be and play music full of creativity to love, and I can’t imagine anything worse than not digging this. MOUSES – Fiends

ALENA SPANGER: Fire Escape

With fragile elegance and inner glow, we get deeply unique indie pop that makes you slowly want to soft dance around until you get holes in your socks… ALENA SPANGER – Ines

JELLEPHANT: Always Down

Dark post-punk that is visualized through gray-mottled tones and when loneliness sets in, it’s great to have music in the same tone as company. JELLEPHANT – Orange

ANIMAL MOTHER: Rat King

In a messy punk banger with a DIY sound, I get carried away, so I turn off the TV and devote the rest of the time bowing for the Rat King, and dig hard. ANIMAL MOTHER – Rat King

SPADER KUNG: Asfaltsbarnens Klagan

Wonderfully punky post-punk with pumping bass, dull wailing guitars, and contemplation puts me in calm ecstasy while enjoying their asphalt blackness. SPADER KUNG – Asfaltsbarnens Klagan

THE SCANERS: The Scaners III

With energetic fizz in a feverish electropunk bang at high revs, it’s really quite irresistible, but beware of damaging your dancing feet. THE SCANERS – Satellite Rain