Tag: “Hamburg”

Kraków Loves Adana – ‘Songs After The Blue’ (album review)

Kraków Loves Adana – ‘Songs After The Blue’ (album review)

 A year ago, Kraków Loves Adana, the project of Hamburg-based Deniz Cicek and Robert Heitmann, made the melancholic exhilarating with their underrated and overlooked album, Call Yourself New. It was a unique concept album that followed multiple individuals who all shared one common thing – finding meaning in their lives. Since the recording of their third LP, the world […]

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Kraków Loves Adana – ‘Call Yourself New’ (album review)

Kraków Loves Adana – ‘Call Yourself New’ (album review)

For more than a decade, bands like The National, Daughter, and Frightened Rabbit have made the brooding beautiful, but German indie-rock group Kraków Loves Adana have done something similarly exceptional. With their third album, Call Yourself New, they have made the melancholic exhilarating. They have turned the exercise of contemplating our very existence into a memorable and often breathtaking experience […]

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Mt. Wolf – “Hamburg”

Mt. Wolf – “Hamburg”

“Hamburg” is the ethereal, dreamy new single from UK trio Mt. Wolf. With the lushness of the 70s LA music scene and the atmospheric qualities of contemporary dream-pop, the single is stunning and mesmerizing. It’s the second single from their forthcoming EP, Red, which will be out on April 13 on London indie label X Novo. Three months ago, they released […]

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