Russian synthpop band WANT/ed who already earned recognition and love from fans worldwide last year for their outstanding debut A FEW STEPS BEHIND THE SUN is now back with a brand new release!
The album named Harmony Under Construction opens the new page in band's history. This time guys tried to use some different paints to draw the already recognizable sound. As a result is ten diversified tracks: pure melancholy, serene harmony and full of optimism at the same time. Ten different chapters in a book named Harmony Under Construction.
The band WANT/ed from Kaliningrad was founded in 2011. The debut album A Few Steps Behind the Sun was released in 2012.Read more
One Vista is a UK based electronic pop band featuring Jules (vocals) and Roger (music). Together they have been writing songs for over 10 years as part of a number of band formations.
One Vista (or Vista as they were previously known) have written and produced four well received albums. The latest one is called ‘Changing Places’ and sees the band incorporate a few guitar sounds in to their trademark electro-pop. The song White Horses taken from the album has recently been named ‘demo of the week’ on ‘London Café: the Best of Indie FM radio show. The element that links all their albums is that they always set out to write infectious, catchy melodies often set against lyrics which capture the ups and downs of everyday life. The duo have played many gigs over the years, the highlight probably being when they supported Dyko feat. ex-Kraftwerk member Wolfgang Flur.Read more
Sir Joe, born Sergio Bersanetti, is an Italian songwriter. He started recording his music in 1994, shortly after moving to Connecticut for working reasons. At that time, his set of tools was very simple: an Ensoniq SQ1 workstation, a Fostex 4 tracks recorder, a cheap microphone and an effect box.
After having recorded about 50 songs in different styles, the year 2000 saw the big switch from analog to digital, which coincided with another relocation, this time to Munich. The much greater flexibility offered by the digital environment allowed for a big improvement in the quality of his recordings, and also offered a much wider choice of sounds. Nevertheless, Sir Joe still considers his "analog period" as very instructive, because the restrictions imposed by the tools forced him to use them at their maximum potential, and allowed him to learn a lot about recording and mixing techniques.Read more