Music Blog Romania

All the Rowboats


Regina Spektor will soon release a new album, called What We Saw from the Cheap Seats. I just managed to listen to the first single, called All the Rowboats and it sounds great, like many of her previous songs do. The piano again plays a central part in the song, both in giving the track’s rhythm and in accompanying Regina’s voice. If the entire album will be like this, it’s a must-have!

You can listen to it below:

Holy Diver


A classic, from Black Sabath’s spin off, DIO.

Enjoy holy diver below



Justice, a french band playing electronic music, recently released On’n'on. The song is quite good and it has a rock feeling. Actually, the sound reminds me of Led Zeppelin and I am pretty sure this was one of their inspirations.

Check it out below.

Where did Oasis go


I was talking to a friend a while ago about what happened with Oasis following their huge success in the 90s. Well, basically, the two brothers – Noel and Liam Gallagher – had numerous fights and eventually Oasis broke up in 2009. Noel Gallagher went by himself and formed the High Flying Birds band. Liam and the other members of Oasis formed Beady Eye. Both bands released albums in 2011, with High Flying Birds having a significantly better reception with the public and the critics.

You can listen below to High Flying Birds – The Death of You and Me and Beady Eye – Four Letter Word.

For the season


Still very much winter time in Romania, so here is one to go along: Tori AmosWinter, live at Montreaux. Watch it below.

Ting Tings – Soul Killing


In anticipation of their album to be launched this month, The Ting Tings released a new single, called Soul Killing. It sounds very good, a pop-rock sound with a reggae twist. You can listen to it below.

On the same album, Sounds of Nowheresville, you will be able to find Silence and Hang It Up.


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Red Hot Chili Peppers launch interactive video


Really nice! RHCP launched an interactive video for their “Look Around” song. The video alows you to do just that – look around various rooms and see the band members playing the song. Additionally, you can click on certain objects and interupt the video for seeing behind the scenes images and more.

Check it out below



From one of the most influential rock groups of all time… The WhoYou Better, You Bet is from their 1981 album, calles Face Dances.



This is one of the songs I used to listen to in childhood. Still love it after all these years!

The Call of Ktulu


Just to close the day…