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27.10.2022 Come To Latin America Finalists @ On the Rocks, Helsinki

The Come to Latin America finalists, Where's My Bible, Luna Kills, and Noira, gathered together to put on a show at On the Rocks on October 27th, 2022. Check out the full live report here...

GALLERY: 27.10.2022 Come to Latin America Finalists @ On The Rocks,...

Noira, Luna Kills, and Where's My Bible recently were finalists in the Come to Latin America competition. Luna Kills and Where's My Bible teamed up and played a show at On The Rocks in Helsinki. Check out our photo gallery here...

FEATURED SINGLE: Olli Helenius – Syy

Olli Helenius captured the heart of our Editor with his new single, "Syy," released today! Check it out as today's Featured Single!

REVIEW: Malady – Ainavihantaa

Finnish Malady released "Ainavihantaa" in December of last year, via Svart Records, and our review is out now! Check it out here...

Astral Bazaar goes Miami Vice on their new music video, “Cops...

Psychedelic rockers Astral Bazaar spoofed Miami Vice in their new music video for "Cops & Thieves." Learn more here...

REVIEW: Riutta – Enne

Riutta released "Enne" last month independently, so if you missed it, be sure to check out our review...

REVIEW: Laurenne/Louhimo – The Reckoning

The long-awaited collaboration between Netta Laurenne and Noora Louhimo, appropriately named Laurenne/Louhimo, will release their debut, "The Reckoning," on Friday via Frontiers Music srl. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Luna Kills – not to be bitter, but it helps

Alternative rock act Luna Kills are set to release their new album "not to be bitter, but it helps" on June 11, 2021. Read our thoughts about the record here...

Interview with Blame Me — “This album is a good representation of...

Alternative rock act Blame Me are releasing their debut full-length album, "The Invisible You," to be released on June 11th, 2021, independently. We had the opportunity to talk to singer Bini Silvennoinen and drummer Vallu Kousa about the upcoming release. Watch the complete interview here...

REVIEW: messier – On Malaise

Indie rockers messier from Oulu recently released their debut, "On Malaise." Read our review here...

REVIEW: Jess and The Ancient Ones – Vertigo

If you're at all a fan of Finnish psychedelic rock, you are surely familiar with JESS AND THE ANCIENT ONES. Formed in Kuopio in...

REVIEW: Astral Bazaar – A Sudden Realization

Finnish locals Astral Bazaar released their latest album, "A Sudden Realization," on March 26th, via Inverse Records. Be sure to check out this review of a stellar psych album.

REVIEW: The Hot Babe Lovers – Midnight Sessions

Behind the Finnish band, THE HOT BABE LOVERS, is the musical multi-talent with Brazilian roots, one-man-band. This artist sings, as well as plays guitar,...

REVIEW: Sixgun Renegades – Push

Finland is renowned for its metal bands but has a very active rock scene as well. I have been gradually discovering this scene in...

REVIEW: Jo Below – EP: No Control

We first heard about the name JO BELOW when they released the EP "By the Rules" last year. Having been pleased by their enjoyable...

REVIEW: Slack Bird – Hämärään

I have to admit that I was blissfully unaware of the whole existence of crusty punk folk before coming across the Finnish trio, SLACK...

REVIEW: Noora Louhimo Experience – Eternal Wheel of Time and Space

Crowdfunding can be a great way for musicians with a supportive fanbase to realize projects, as it offers a certain artistic freedom and independence....

FEATURED SINGLE: Shereign – Losing Sight

While many of the names within SHEREIGN may be familiar to you from bands like FEAR OF DOMINATION and BLACK LIGHT DISCIPLINE, this heavy...

FEATURED SINGLE: Red Eleven – Handled with Chaos (Musicalypse Archive)

If you've kept your eyes and ears open to the Finnish alternative metal scene, you may already be familiar with RED ELEVEN. Lead by frontman...

FEATURED SINGLE: True Cult Club – Touch Me

Have you ever wondered what BENNY BENASSI's "Satisfaction" would sound like if someone would make a dark and up-to-date version of it, while mixing...