Loud Sounds 59
"Loud Sounds" are some of the best new tracks we've found. We are coming back with the 59th installment of the series.
Maud – Remind Me

Maud returns with "Remind Me," a mesmerizing single that explores emotional numbness and the journey towards inner strength. The track envelops listeners in dreamy synths and delicate vocals, gradually building to a crescendo of juddering beats and synths. My favorite things about the track are its catchy melodies and the extended instrumental part that features a fusion of elements reminiscent of New Age and Ethno Pop artists (think Deep Forest's "Coral Lounge"). "Remind Me" serves as a glimmer of hope, reminding us that personal growth is possible even in the darkest moments. Anticipation builds for Maud's forthcoming album as she continues to solidify her status as an artist on the rise.
João Orecchia & Sicker Man – Parallax

João Orecchia and Sicker Man forged their creative partnership in 2003 after connecting through a classified ad published in a Berlin newspaper. Now they are welcoming you to the sea of bubbling synths, weird electronic effects and mysterious textures coming mostly from acoustic instruments. The tracks on their new album Parallax can sound anxious, vibrant, hopeful, eerie and fun, but they always keep an experimental spirit.

Sicker Man
aka Tobias Vethake
I think, most of us have realized, that things simply can not stay like they are. Innovations and experiments are needed in any aspect of life. This is why experimental music without any codes and or genre rules has the most optimistic power to me. It is simply the only antidote to the massive backlash we're facing at the moment. For me it is the reason to go on.