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Hundredth’s new album – One step ahead

Hundredth released their third album, Rare, earlier this month, it follows on from their sophomore album, Free, but on this release Hundredth have shifted away from their hardcore roots and into radically different territory. After the release of their last album Hundredth felt like they’d taken hardcore as far as it ...

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Our ‘MUST SEE’ bands in FIB 2017

As every year happens, all the festivals are plenty of big names which seduces our attetion instead of the little ones. But in Tune Munch we truly believe there are other -and even better- options despite the atractive of seeing a classic band with a bunch of friends in summer. Anyways, we introduce you some of our ...

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FIB Munchies: The Blaze

French duo the Blaze are better known for their powerful short films, in which music—their slow, mournful take on house—allows for profound catharsis. But the tracks lack nuance without the visuals. The video for “Virile” has logged 1.4 million views in the space of just over a year; their second, ...

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Meet Heavy Hearts: big riffs and nineties vibes

Magic happens when you are diving through the internet and, suddenly, you find THAT TUNE. Do you know what I mean? And that happened to me last year having the first listen of Heavy Hearts, a young band from Niagara on the Lake, Ontario. In 2015 Heavy Hearts released their second EP, Somewhere, A While Ago, which ...

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NOTHING: heavy pop & shoegaze from Philadelphia

Grunge, shoegaze, dream pop, post-rock. Any words for describe NOTHING's music wouldn't be enough for that purpose. This band is able to become a great option for any music lover who wants to go one step ahead of their favourite styles. It is great to see how many people from different scenes praise their music, and it's also ...

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Cheerleader – Omi (Felix Jaehn Remix)

Again.. Kids nowadays. Young DJs are filling up radio stations and making $$$ while we're wondering what were doing when we were 20 years old. Felix Jaehn from Hamburg took Omi's "Cheerleader" from 2012, mixed it up with a Piña Colada then spinned it right to the number 1 in the charts of 6 countries since January this ...