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Posted on Dec 5, 2014 in Lilla Scen | 4 comments

Diagrams – Phantom Power

Gruppen Diagrams har släppt en officiell musikvideo till den sköna singeln Phantom Power. Du hittar videon ovan och vill du veta mer om det musikaliska kollektivet kan du besöka deras Facebooksida här. 

4 Comments

  1. Hej!

    Jag heter Hannes Andersson och jag gör populärmusik under namnet Hallonjuice. Jag var med i Radio Metropols Morgonprogram (93,8) i går och berättade om mig själv samt min musik. (http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=2842&artikel=6037676&playaudio=5165277).

    Vi spelade även upp en utav mina låtar i slutet utav intervjun, Låten Proposal(https://soundcloud.com/hannes-andersson/proposal).
    Gänget bakom Morgon-programmet bokade in mig tack vare 2 oberoende lyssnare, som hade tipsat in en Önskelista som Ung Cancer hade lagt upp. Jag hade nämligen önskat att min asgrymma låt skulle bli spelad i radion, och det hade ung cancer lagt upp på deras första-sida.

    Jag har en fin lyrics video till min låt Proposal som jag gärna vill att du ska kolla på. Och kanske skriva lite om detta på indiemusik? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJtXfv2CKDA

    MVH Hannes

  2. Hej!

    Vi heter The Outdoor Beat, vi är ett rockband från Stockholm. Vi har precis släppt vår debut, en egenproducerad EP, länkar finns längre ned. Vi gillar att blanda influenser men grunden är oftast rock. Största influenserna är Rival Sons, Pearl Jam, Black Crowes och Temperance Movement. Utöver dessa har vi många vitt skilda influenser i genrer som funk, punk, reggae, progressiv rock etc.

    https://soundcloud.com/theoutdoorbeat/sets/the-outdoor-beat-ep

    http://open.spotify.com/album/3LpIqzmm7koNJjOr2CjxIZ

    Mycket nöje och ha det bra!

    /The Outdoor Beat

  3. Hej
    My name is Hardy Hum and I am the artist/songwriter behind And We Should Die Of That Roar. I live and work in Norrköping.

    Herewithin (below) I send You an overview and a preview of my freshly recorded album (for digital release November 19, 2014). Aim of this mail is to invite You for a review/feature of this release and/or artist profile on your blog.

    Hope to hear from you soon!

    Keep the height!

    Hardy Hum
    And We Should Die Of That Roar

    Preview
    https://soundcloud.com/andweshoulddieofthatroar/sets/and-we-should-die-of-that

    Website
    http://www.andweshoulddieofthatroar.com

    Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/And-We-Should-Die-Of-That-Roar/561078967302447?ref=hl

    Artist Bio
    And We Should Die Of That Roar is a one man musical adventure instigated and run by a 36 years old guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Hardy Hum. After more than two decades of wide variety of musical projects, a self-titled debut full-length 17 track studio album (out November 19, 2014) under the And We Should Die Of That Roar flag is Hardy´s first all-guitars-stomps-barks-and-howls solo exertion combining post 50’s blues with proto-punk influences and Balkanesque oompah hooks and zingy melodies into a roaring and thumping portraits of visceral dark sentiments and sense woven spells. This, however, is but a dark echo of a more distant past.

    ”This album is, simply, unique. Full of atmosphere, and the character it carries is present in one track more than in some bands’ entire careers.”

    – Jordan Mooney – Cat On The Wall Music and Culture Webzine

    About And We Should Die of that Roar

    Born into a family of musicians in former Yugoslavia in late 70’s, Hardy’s love for music developed early and has ever since remained a natural part of his life. After fleeing the horrors of war in Balkans at the age of 15, decontextualized with contested sense of identity and weighing sense of loss, rootlessness, and alienation as he was trying to adapt to his new life as a refugee and his new home (Sweden), he sought comfort in music.

    ”Sounding like Tom Waits if he was born in the Balkans, And We Should Die Of That Roar are an energetic and chaotic exploration of folk and proto-punk”

    – Jamie Coughlan – Overblown Webzine

    Over 25 years of writing and playing music took Hardy from basement rehearsals via formal musical training to working in various musical constellations, in studios as well as performing live, across variety of genres, instruments and styles. After successful participations in musical contests, media exposure, and contributions to other projects Hardy eventually released two albums (2004 and 2010) and toured the Europe with his punkrock band Blockbastards.

    “Recently”, Hardy says, “I have been enjoying the wide open field of new possibilities inherent to being a solo author and musician in And We Should Die Of That Roar. One thing I learned during my punkrock years, besides that whatever you do in music should matter, is that there is a real charm to be found in musical simplicity – in those purest forms of expression. The trick is to deliberately avoid complex musical arrangements that more often than not threaten to inhibit the real voice of music that shimmers hidden in spaces between the notes and in depths behind them. The ‘forest’ is right there amidst the trees!”. This understanding is akin to the one that Hardy later on rediscovered in blues. Invigorated and freed by this insight he plunged into the songwriting wholeheartedly, evolving as a writer, guitarist and as a vocalist in a new and exciting ways. Songs piled up begging to be recorded, performed and shared with other people. In 2013 Kapten Studios’ producer Kenny Lundström (Norrköping, Sweden) came across some demo versions of Hardy´s songs and they decided to record them. A year later a bundle of 17 songs was ready and eager to meet its audience.

  4. Hej,
    My name is Hardy Hum and I am the artist/songwriter behind And We Should Die Of That Roar. I live and work in Norrköping.

    Herewithin (below) I send You an overview and a preview of my freshly recorded album (digitally released November 19, 2014). Aim of this mail is to invite You for a review/feature of this release and/or artist profile on your blog.

    Hope to hear from you soon!

    Keep the height!

    Hardy Hum
    And We Should Die Of That Roar

    And We Should Die Of That Roar is a one man musical adventure instigated and run by a 36 years old guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Hardy Hum. After more than two decades of wide variety of musical projects, a self-titled debut full-length 17 track studio album (out November 19, 2014) under the And We Should Die Of That Roar flag is Hardy´s first all-guitars-stomps-barks-and-howls solo exertion combining post 50’s blues with proto-punk influences and Balkanesque oompah hooks and zingy melodies into a roaring and thumping portraits of visceral dark sentiments and sense woven spells. This, however, is but a dark echo of a more distant past.

    ”This album is, simply, unique. Full of atmosphere, and the character it carries is present in one track more than in some bands’ entire careers.”

    – Jordan Mooney – Cat On The Wall Music and Culture Webzine

    About And We Should Die of that Roar

    Born into a family of musicians in former Yugoslavia in late 70’s, Hardy’s love for music developed early and has ever since remained a natural part of his life. After fleeing the horrors of war in Balkans at the age of 15, decontextualized with contested sense of identity and weighing sense of loss, rootlessness, and alienation as he was trying to adapt to his new life as a refugee and his new home (Sweden), he sought comfort in music.

    ”Sounding like Tom Waits if he was born in the Balkans, And We Should Die Of That Roar are an energetic and chaotic exploration of folk and proto-punk”

    – Jamie Coughlan – Overblown Webzine

    Over 25 years of writing and playing music took Hardy from basement rehearsals via formal musical training to working in various musical constellations, in studios as well as performing live, across variety of genres, instruments and styles. After successful participations in musical contests, media exposure, and contributions to other projects Hardy eventually released two albums (2004 and 2010) and toured the Europe with his punkrock band Blockbastards.

    “Recently”, Hardy says, “I have been enjoying the wide open field of new possibilities inherent to being a solo author and musician in And We Should Die Of That Roar. One thing I learned during my punkrock years, besides that whatever you do in music should matter, is that there is a real charm to be found in musical simplicity – in those purest forms of expression. The trick is to deliberately avoid complex musical arrangements that more often than not threaten to inhibit the real voice of music that shimmers hidden in spaces between the notes and in depths behind them. The ‘forest’ is right there amidst the trees!”. This understanding is akin to the one that Hardy later on rediscovered in blues. Invigorated and freed by this insight he plunged into the songwriting wholeheartedly, evolving as a writer, guitarist and as a vocalist in a new and exciting ways. Songs piled up begging to be recorded, performed and shared with other people. In 2013 Kapten Studios’ producer Kenny Lundström (Norrköping, Sweden) came across some demo versions of Hardy´s songs and they decided to record them. A year later a bundle of 17 songs was ready and eager to meet its audience.

    PREVIEW
    ”And We Should Die Of That Roar”
    https://soundcloud.com/andweshoulddieofthatroar/sets/and-we-should-die-of-that

    Follow & Support And We Should Die of that Roar
    Official Website
    http://www.andweshoulddieofthatroar.com

    Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/And-We-Should-Die-Of-That-Roar/561078967302447?ref=hl

    YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgAdkaoN0-o3dULhhkFqOzQ

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