Piresian Beach is the alterego of Zsófia Németh, an hungarian artist that is somewhere in between lo-fi, garage and psychedelia. She’s been active since 2010 and have played live a few times too. She has self-released everything she’s ever made and her latest album was Alle Falle, which was well-received by the underground blogs but also some bigger papers in Hungary. I took the time to interview her about the music she makes, her latest album Alle Falle, what influences her and much more. I’ve also reviewed her latest album over att Möllan.nu. Check this one out!
Now that we’ve come this far, I’ll be showing off some must haves in the new wave region of the 80s. This serie will be in four parts, ranging from today up until Sunday. Featuring both well-known and obscure gems from the new wave past. Just so that you can have your obligatory reading and some well-needed tips for your music-pool. Not that you’d have a need to expand it after visiting Invisible Guy, but I’ll show you some things that you’ve never heard of but should’ve heard. Hopefully this will be a listening pleasure and hopefully you’ll find tips suitable for yourself. As I said in the latest episode featuring minimal wave: the numbers mean nothing.
You’re now entering Part II of the recommendation.
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