Music from the US – A Boy and His Kite

Dave Wilton is a musician from Colorado, US, best knwon for his great indie folk/rock music. Within his project ‘A Boy and His Kite’ Wilton released his debut album in 2012. Have a listen to his nice song “Cover Your Tracks”, which was included in the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn Pt. 2:

Music from the US – The Head and the Heart

The Head and the Heart are an US-american indie folk band from Seattle, formed in 2009.  Really love their lovely melodies! Listen to their nice song “Another Story”:

Music from the US – Son Lux

Son Lux, born as Ryan Lott in 1979, is an US-american alternative musician from Denver. This song would have been fitting perfectly for all these boring days laying around and waiting for a faster healing. Have a listen to his nice song “Alternate World”:

Music from Germany – Kaukustic

Have been out last weekend in a bar , here in my hometown , Kaukastic had a gig there , a trio formed 2007  with Bernd Milkau singing and on westernguitar, Laslo Feher on guitar and Daniel Maurer (drums)

Had a lot of fun together with the other 70 people watching their gig , wonderful music  and for free !

Here is their song “Cinamon and Nuts ” a christmas song :-)  a very calm song , but also watch their other songs , indie rock at his best

i love especially this song , when Laslo plays guitar soli in flamenco style

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Music from the Netherlands – Tessa Rose Jackson

Tessa Rose Jackson, born in 1991, is a dutch siger-songwriter from Amsterdam. She describes her music as ‘How I feel within a week’ and released her first album ‘Songs From The Sandbox’ in 2013. Have a listen to her absolutely awesome song “(All the) King’s Horses):

Music from Germany/ the US – Iggy & The German Kids

Iggy & The German Kids is a collaboration between Singer/Songwriter Ignacio Uriarte and production duo DTC Music Productions.
Iggy is a 25 year old singer-songwriter from New York City. At the age of ten he became a member of the Metropolitan children’s chorus, where he sang in over thirty different operas along with performing solo pieces in Tosca, Magic Flute and Billy Bud. When his voice changed at 14 he started writing pop-songs influenced by his love of the Beatles. A self taught guitarist, bassist and pianist, Iggy also took two years of classical voice training after leaving the MET. Throughout college he played and toured with a number of rock bands.

After struggling as a indie-solo artist he began sending demos back in forth with two friends (Hubertus Dahlem and Frederic Todenhöfer) from Germany whom he had met In college. The three sparked an immediate chemistry that resulted in a prolific output of songs, undeniably the best work of his young career.
Over the past year the three of them have been working on what is going to be Iggy’s debut album as a solo artist. The new sound, characterized by elements of Brit-pop, electronica and classic Rock, infuses methodic and anthemic arrangements with strong melodies and clever lyrics (Source: Facebook). Listen to their great song “So Hard”: