The German Progressive Metalcore Overflyers TORRENTIAL RAIN capture you where everyday life leaves you behind. Romanticism, break-ups or philosophizing about one’s own life are just some of the topics that their fans in over 85 countries should know: You are not alone!
The soundtrack of his life is written by Daniel Aubeck himself and the stories that emerge from it are full of ups and downs. In the first quarter of a century of its life, the undescribed paper was already on stages and streets as a singer/multi-instrumentalist, defining its idiosyncratic style by American pop-country spirit, in symbiosis with effective German lyrics.
She produces a unique blend of 80s synthwave with German lyrics. Inspired by her personal love for the synth-driven sounds of the 80s, she brings new life into her compositions with moving melodies, opulent harmonies and infectious rhythms, creating a captivating fusion of nostalgia and innovation.
Something new is rising – can u feel it?
Having finished their training to become Audio Engineers at the DeutschePOP Academy, they started their joint project out of sheer love for electronic music. Their goal is to instill this enthusiasm into their music and to pass their own euphoria on to the audience during live performances. A mixture of classic New-School Techno, Tech-House-resembling rythms and an industrial manner results in a notably different and new interpretation of electronic dance music.
Hidden in the mysterious dark forests of the Ore Mountains, matured to refinement and now ready to make the world shine. On their way, they leave the long-trampled paths of the German rock and dress it in a new, attractive garment. Invisible, inconspicuous, but with lethal certainty, its serum drips into your ear, crawls through your ear canal into your brain, puts you in a toxic shock, until you finally come back addicted.
Under Attic consists of four musicians, all from Peißenberg. In classic four-piece rock line-up, the band combines postmodern indie with good, old funky blues rock. As lead singer and rhythm guitarist, Erik convinces with his distinctive, smoky voice. Added to this is Vincent’s masterful guitar work with emotional solos. The rhythmic foundation is formed by Daniel on bass and Michael on drums.
Four guys from Munich with roots on the Ammersee bring their imaginative, heartfelt and powerful music to the stages of this world. Anyone who has been playing together for as long as they have knows what it means to be well-rehearsed. As an audience, however, you only get a hard-working freshness from this, which is becoming increasingly rare these days. Not whining but singing; not hammering but playing; not trying but doing. This is the world of Koko Head Park.