Ghost Capsules create dance music in song formats that keeps you wanting more. Without much ado, this band gets right to the point, and while…
Over the past two decades hardly any other formation has influenced the Austrian music scene as much as the band Attwenger. From the very beginning the Upper Austrian duo consisting of Markus Binder and Hans-Peter Falkner have inspired many music fans at home and abroad with their unique crossover mix of polka, rock, punk, electronics and hip hop, and have made a major contribution to the musical diversity of this country.
As the saying goes, the second album is the most difficult. When it comes to indie rock with a specific edginess, the band Sex Jams have set the bar extremely high with their debut album “Post Teenage Shine” in 2010 and are now ready to deliver their next big hit.
Naked Lunch play an important role in the Austrian music business. But not only here: the four musicians are also internationally acclaimed since their breakthrough with “Songs for the Exhausted” in 2004. Praised by critics and celebrated by the audience, they have also made a name for themselves with their live performances.
Initially planned as a onetime project, Klaus Paier and Asja Valcic have now officially partnered up as a duo, after four years of collaboration, including the impressive and acclaimed album Á Deux and countless concerts at home and abroad.
Two years after the release of “Falling Into Place”, the Austrian singer-songwriter Clara Luzia is now reporting back with her new, now fifth album “We Are fish” (Asinella Records) on the stage of the local music scene.
If geography has an impact on music, then Vienna has coloured Tosca’s music at every turn.
„Austrian Music Box“ is an initiative of the Austrian Music Fund, the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber, the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture, AKM and IFPI Austria.
It is highly gratifying for us in Austria to see local musicians and bands being recognized by such prestigious magazines as the English avant-garde music magazine The Wire.