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Erki Pärnoja – Artist of the month

Posted on May 25, 2017 by eastaste

How did your band come to being? The whole thing started out with me doing an experiment on my self to see, whether I can write and record all parts of a song on my own. I’ve always been a team player so I’m used to taking my unfinished demos and ideas to the band[...]

DIV I DED – Artist of the month

Posted on April 21, 2017 by eastaste

How did your band come to being? DIV I DED is a shoegaze/dreampop band hailing from the Czech Republic. The band began making music in 2013 and released their debut, Born to Sleep, in 2014. How would you describe your music to a deaf person? Our music describes light and dark essence of the 90’s.[...]

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The Erised – Artist of the month

Posted on March 13, 2017 by eastaste

How did your band come to being? Daniel: I met Igor a couple of years ago in 2012 at a party in Kyiv where we played as DJs. Prior to that we knew each other only through Internet. Our history began in 2014. We had been working on a collaboration and came to an idea[...]

Szabi, a Budapest-based producer is our artist of the month

Posted on February 6, 2017 by eastaste

“Its all about positive energies and raising the vibes.” Read our short Q&A with Szabi!     How did your band come to being? I always wanted to create a project that is personal and explores my own ideas. During the past ten or so years I had many drafts and demos circulating around in my[...]

TOP 10 albums from 2016 in Eastern Europe by Eastaste A&R, Daniel Somlo

Posted on December 19, 2016 by eastaste

10. Moonlight Breakfast – Time     Do you like to clap? Well, if yes then you should give “Time” a listen. Cheerful pop music with a hint of swing that will definitely make you dance like a child when you’re home alone. So put it on, be sure that no one can see you[...]

Our artist of the month is Thank You Baudelaire, an indie-rock-dance band from Belgrade, Serbia

Posted on December 2, 2016 by eastaste

“We’d give them the lyrics and then dance with them so that they can feel the songs the way we do…” read our short Q&A with Thank You Baudelaire   How did your band come to being? Alex (bass) and Pavle (guitar) have played together in several bands since high school. After they started TYB there[...]

Our artist of the month is Otherside, a purely soul, free and electric, Bucharest born project.

Posted on October 24, 2016 by eastaste

“Our mind is set to make music for absolutely everyone and our greatest thoughts go especially to people who make the best of what was given or taken away from them”. Read our short Q&A with Otherside.   How did your band come to being? We’ve worked together before and in December 2014 we decided to[...]

A keleti srácok is a Napra törnek

Posted on August 25, 2016 by eastaste

A nyár nem csak a balatonfelvidékezések, hajósalfrédozások és távoli tájegységekről megeresztett irigykedtető panorámafotók szezonja, de stabil popzenei oldalfekvésből nézve a fesztiválok legomlósabb táptalaja is egyben. Evidens, hogy mi, zenebuzi kelet-európai gyerekek örömmel fizetünk be egy-egy hosszúhétvégés koncerthalomra, de mi van azokkal, akik szintén innen indulnak, de a színpad túlsó-felső felén állnak? Megkérdeztük néhány kedvenc régiós[...]

When the New Kids From The Eastern Block hit the summer stage

Posted on August 24, 2016 by eastaste

We all know the summertime when the weather is hot, when you can stretch right up and touch the sky. Dee-dee-dee, daa-daa-daa. Ray Dorset from Mungo Jerry must have been very well aware of how a festival season goes on, due to the fact that they even stole the limelight from the biggest headliners back[...]

“Our music is a metaphysical journey into the depths of ourselves…” Our artist of the month is a young Polish trio, Vökuro

Posted on August 11, 2016 by eastaste

A young trio from Warsaw playing dream pop combined with alternative rock, psychedelic, ethno and electronic music. Inspired by William Blake, James Joyce, Stanley Kubrick and their own twisted dreams. Read our short Q&A with Vökuro!     How did your band come to being? We met in college.   How would you describe your music to[...]

“A semi-romantic bunch of guys next door trying to make everyday life seem catchy and smart…” Interview with Queer Jane

Posted on July 6, 2016 by eastaste

Queer Jane is a Slovak indie-pop band, influenced by sixties, punk, country. Their songs are based on poppy melodies and rich harmonies, taking inspiration from The Beatles and The Beach Boys. The frontman of the group is singer-songwriter Vladimir Nosal, who answered to our questions.   How did your band come to being? I started writing some[...]

Love at first listen

Posted on July 1, 2016 by eastaste

Hello commercial directors, agency producers, creatives! How often does it happen, that you write a script for a new ad, and as a reference, you put an iTunes top 10 music or a 8.0+ Pitchfork song that you’ve been listening on repeat for weeks? How often does it happen, that this song gets stuck in[...]

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