All posts tagged: inner ear

Stream May Roosevelt’s New Album ‘ Junea’

Back in 2009, Greek producer and musician May Roosevelt entered the music scene with her debut EP ‘Panda, a Story about Love and Fear’. Following up with her 2011 album ‘Haunted’ and her gorgeous 2013 LP ‘Music to the Poetry of Ntinos Christianopoulos’, Roosevelt now brings forth her new album ‘Junea’. A lush journey through the digital landscape filled intricate compositions, the LP is a meeting ground of haunting arrangements and head-nodding drum patterns. ‘Junea’ is a broad expansion of the Thessaloniki-raised act’s already impressive selection. Out now via Inner Ear Records, you can stream the LP below.

Fever Kids Return With Their Upbeat Synth-pop Cut ‘Living In Fame’

Greece’s pop queen Σtella unleashed her second LP ‘Works For You’ back in February of this year. Racking in critical praises from the press, she joins forces with again with Alex Z, returning with their Fever Kids band. The pair released their ‘Play Hard’ single in 2012, following up with their ‘Peter, Debbie, Mary’/’Holding Grass’ 7″ in 2014. Known for their glistening brand of synth-pop, Fever Kids have now shared their new cut ‘Living In Fame’. Upbeat in tempo, their indie meets pop stir has made for an exciting return for the Athens band with hopefully more tracks coming this year.

Σtella Interview

Stella Chronopoulou is an artist in every sense of the word. Known by her moniker Σtella, she operates between the mediums of music and visual arts, and even her sonic platform extends to singing, songwriting, producing and playing guitar. Her sound is a glistening array of pop, utterly dreamy and lavish. Having been continually praised by the media for the past few years now, Σtella’s second solo LP ‘Works For You’ is another perfect hitting of the target and further growth of someone who creates from the heart and soul.

ColoRising Interview with Σtella

Stella Chronopoulou is an artist in every sense of the word. Known by her moniker Σtella, she operates between the mediums of music and visual arts, and even her sonic platform extends to singing, songwriting, producing and playing guitar. Her sound is a glistening array of pop, utterly dreamy and lavish. Having been continually praised by the media for the past few years now, Σtella’s second solo LP ‘Works For You’ is another perfect hitting of the target and further growth of someone who creates from the heart and soul.

Listen to Baby Guru’s ‘Tell Me What You’re Made Of’

Athens’ band Baby Guru have announced the release of their new LP appropriately titled ‘IV’, the follow-up to their 2014 album ‘Marginalia’ and 2015 mini-album ‘Sunshine Special’. Out April 7th via Inner Ear Records, Baby Guru have also shared their latest single ‘Tell Me What You’re Made Of’. Constantly morphing and reshaping their sound, the track joyously sits between pop and indie as funk strums and a rubber band bass line are parts that helped to make this an infectious wonderland of sound. Below is a stream of the cut.

Σtella Brings Forth Her Lush Pop Song ‘Way To Go’

Athens-based Stella Chronopoulou aka Σtella continues to drop some of the finest synth-pop cuts around stemming back to the days with Fever Kids. Her 2015 self-titled LP was one of our top picks of that year, and now Σtella is gearing up for the release of her forthcoming LP ‘Works For You’, out in February. Linking up with Nteibint for the production of the forthcoming record, she has unveiled a new single titled ‘Way To Go’. Led by a subtle guitar riff, the song progresses to a chic and sultry pop beauty, something that Chronopoulou has built a firm reputation on. ‘Works For You’ will get released via Inner Ear Recordings. Check it out.

Σtella Unveils Her Lush Single ‘I’ll Never Be’

Photography by Olga Gortsa Athens singer and musician Stella Chronopoulou aka Σtella has shared her new track ‘I’ll Never Be’. Taken from her forthcoming LP ‘Works For You’, landing February 2017 via Inner Ear Recordings, the cut is a silky array of pop that whilst signature to her sound of previous, is led by more of an indie additive with guitars firmly placed and synths only the back support. Another lush offering, we have a stream of ‘I’ll Never Be’ below. Read more […]

Listen to Sundayman’s Cinematic and Haunting Track ‘Alive’

Athens producer Kyriakos Moustakas aka Sundayman has had his hand in the musical pot for a number of years now, releasing his 2009 album ‘Outerland’ and 2012’s ‘Retronome’, not to mention his work with Yellow Slots. With his third LP ‘Scene Missing’ out November 7th, Sundayman has shared his new track ‘Alive’, taken from the upcoming album. Somewhere between cinematic synth pop, 80s new wave and haunting electronica of today, Moustakas’s eerie vocals along with the creeping keys help to push this cut into an all-out apocalyptic soundscape of goodness. This is quite a treat. ‘Scene Missing’ will get released via Inner Ear. You can listen to ‘Alive’ down at the bottom.

Preview Gioumourtzina’s ‘Blakk Metall’ LP

Whenever a release pops up on the Inner Ear label out of Greece, you know it’s worth checking out. The latest offering comes from Gioumourtzina with their debut LP ‘Blakk Metall’. Dark yet subtle, the duo twist together ropes of new wave, shoegaze, indie and haunting electronica. Bold and obscure at times, Gioumourtzina surely know how to scale back at just the right amount to keep listeners tuned in whilst taking them on a mental and twisting ride of experimentation. ‘Blakk Metall’ is currently out now on Inner Ear Recordings. We have a stream of the album below.

Listen to The Callas’ ‘It’s Sunday I’m Bleeding’

The amount of good music that has been flowing out of Athens, Greece is simply incredible. With the city rapidly becoming a key player in the music industry, one group that is releasing astonishing material is the collective The Callas. From music to film, the clear goal seems to freely create with little rules or limitations. With their new album Half Kiss Half Pain, scheduled for release on January 29 via Inner Ear Recordings, the band has shared their new track ‘It’s Sunday I’m Bleeding’. Read more […]