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Exclusive Premiere: Watch Nervous City Nervous Self’s New Video for “G-d knows What”

By: Staff – Rising indie artist Nervous City Nervous Self is back with a brand new video for his track “G-d knows What”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. As for the music video, David Josephson, who serves as the mastermind behind Nervous City Nervous Self, said, “For the video we partly wanted to capture the artistic … Continue reading

Interview: INVSN’s Dennis Lyxzén Talks “The Beautiful Stories”, and the Importance of Women in Music

By: Curtis Sindrey – INVSN’s new album, The Beautiful Stories is a creative construction between five musically seasoned Swedes, notably the duo of frontman Dennis Lyxzén (Refused and (International) Noise Conspiracy) and longtime collaborator Sara Almgren ((International) Noise Conspiracy). Other members of the band contribute solid musical attributes. The propulsive percussion and the literal synesthesia produced from … Continue reading

Interview: The Hives Talk New Music, Fashion, and Must-Hear Swedish Bands

By: Curtis Sindrey – Eight years into their career, The Hives rose from garage rock stalwarts to one of the trendiest bands of the early 2000s, along with The Strokes and The White Stripes. Mixing arty contrivances such as a strict black-and-white dress code and the guidance of a (possibly imaginary) Svengali named Randy Fitzsimmons with Stooges-inspired rock, the Hives — Nicholaus Arson, Chris Dangerous, Dr. Matt Destruction, Vigilante Carlstroem, … Continue reading

Photos: Peter Bjorn And John @ The Mod Club

Photos by: Justin Roth – Swedish indie pop/rock band Peter Bjorn And John, who released their seventh album, Breakin’ Point, on June 10th, 2016 via INGRID/Warner Sweden/Kobalt, performed at The Mod Club in Toronto last night.

Album Review: Death in the Afternoon Explore Both The Ethereal And The Expansive With “Kino”

By: Calum Slingerland – The eighties is largely regarded by many as a decade when synth-pop was born. A predominant style of the times riddled with more keyboard work and catchy hooks that any person could handle. With bands like Depeche Mode, Erasure, and the Human League popularizing the style, synth pop has seen somewhat … Continue reading

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