In the early 90s, when I was about nine years old, my parents sent me to piano lessions. I can’t remember exactly but I think I was quite excited about that, as I was very much into classical music at that time. What my parents didn’t known was that they
2020 was a year full of changes for all of us. From one lock-down to the next, we were bound to spend a whole lot of time in isolation. If it weren’t for the Internet, I’d have gone crazy, and I am sure many of you feel the same. With
Some months ago me and a couple of musician friends founded the dark alternative music collective WaveNoir. Several bands unite their promotional efforts hoping to get more easily heard in the jungle that the Internet is, while organising intriguing projects to which any musician who has the want can contribute.
Yesterday I read the post-punk.com’s best-of-the-last-decade list with big interest. I quite liked their collection of music. Then I thought about how my own personal top-list of dark alternative music of the last ten years would look like, and before I realised it, I was already working on it. Here
Watch this video on YouTube Another year has passed, The Wave of Things has entered its second year of existence. Episodes require proper planning and time for recording and editing, therefore it is not always possible to keep up with my initial goal of at least one episode per week.
2018 was a year with a lot of changes in my life. The biggest was maybe the creation of The Wave of Things show, with one or two weekly episodes, focusing on dark alternative music (featuring talks with musicians, reviews and the like, but not only). The second big change
Synthpop was never only big in the English speaking world. Almost every European country has developed an interesting synthpop influenced scene in the 80s and 90s, some even “their own personal” Depeche Mode similes. It’s time for a list of synthpop pearls from East-Central and Eastern Europe, focusing on songs