Tue 04/09/2018

The Bony King of Nowhere is back

Over three years after the release of his last record, The Bony King of Nowhere is back.

Belgian singer-songwriter Bram Vanparys finally returns with breathtaking new music. 'Silent Days' is out now. Bram's lyrics are honest, his voice hoarse and his songs mature and inspiring. The album reveals a personal journey to new musical territory.


'Silent Days' combines classic songwriting reminiscent of the old masters, such as Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan, with dark, complex arrangements that refer to late Talk Talk and even Radiohead. Guitars were played with kitchen knives and the heavily manipulated acousitc sounds reveal that Vanparys might have been listening to Kurt Vile. Bram's lyrics are deeply honest, touching, but never sentimental and his once so angelic voice has clearly matured.

Out now.

Click here to listen and order.


Mon 10/09/2018

Ivy Falls new video 'Fight Me'

'Fight Me' is the latest single from Ivy Falls on Unday Records. A minimalist pop song stirring up a melancholic fight, this is Ivy’s personal ode to the introverted underdog. She wants to display authenticity and a stubborn attitude, saying loud and clear: why change your game for anyone?

Ivy Falls coproduced this track with Amatorski’s Sebastiaan Van den Branden, who adds a refreshing twist to Ivy Falls’ sound. Finishing touches come from the incredible Dijf Sanders, who adds organic textures and vibrancy.

The video premiered on De Morgen

"I wanted something clean and simple yet powerful to be the video for this song 'Fight Me'. Director Valéry Joseph came up with the idea. Just like the music itself, it is pure, restrained and unadorned. Thats fits my style and the atmosphere I want to set. 'Fight Me' is a song about getting into a fight while not really fighting at all. About letting go of others' opinions and the current in which you're supposed to flow. As for all Ivy Falls videos I also like to draw people's attention to the lyrics, and I feel a video like this accomodates that."

Tue 28/08/2018

Bert Dockx new album ‘Transit’

Bert Dockx adds a compelling new facet to his musical universe with his solo album 'Transit'.

Apart from his main project, Flying Horseman and Dans Dans, Bert has always played solo shows on the side. These shows consisted of a mix of both personal creations and creative intepretations of iconic songs. This album bundles the most remarkable of these interpretations. The production, done by Dockx's faithful accomplice Koen Gisen, is naked, raw and dreamy, and was recorded in Gisen's intimate studio in Ghent, Belgium.

The uniqueness and personaity in Bert's work can once again be admired in this album. The covers aren't anything you'd expected, but everything you never know you wanted. Overly familiar songs, such as 'Albatross' by Fleetwood Mac, 'I'm On Fire' by Bruce Springsteen and 'I Shall Be Released' by Bob Dylan are disassembled, put back together and accomponied by layers you've never heard before.



Passionate vocals, an intense presence and fierce guitar playing make his performanes unforgettably riveting and athmospheric.

Out now.

Click here to listen and order.

Fri 10/08/2018

Madensuyu's new video for 'Ill Timed'

'Ill Timed' from Madensuyu's album 'Current' maybe has the most perosnal touch. Based on a melody often played by Stijn Ylode in his early childhood and a rhytmic motig reminiscent of a tiny clock of PJ's grandmother, it describes their mutual experience of coming to a nervous breakdown. The moment when to cling on to the earliest of memories, grasping to get a grip.

You can still grab the album here.
The video accompanying 'Ill Timed' is extracted from the short film 'Undercurrent by Jan Mast.

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