Hack The Fool – Something Wrong

Hack The Fool – Something Wrong

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hack The Fool – Something Wrong

Hack The Fool – Something Wrong

 

 

 

 

 

ARTIST NAME:  Hack The Fool

 

SONG TITLE:  Something Wrong

 

ALBUM TITLE: The Fool

 

RELEASE DATE: March 1 2019

 

GENRE: Alternative Rock-Grunge / Indie Rock

 

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Hack the Fool is an alternative rock band from Istanbul, formed when local strangers; Mert Avcı, Sinan Kutluay and Berk Çavdar decided to create music from a different perspective.

 

Although the 90’s alternative bands are fundamental influences, the band strives to break the mold by creating dynamically expanding songs, keeping an open mind for experimenting and exploring new sounds with each new song.

 

The band is not only responsible for the music, but they also create the visuals and concept arts such as the album cover art and the music videos themselves.

 

They regard the conceptual artwork and the music as a whole endavour.

 

Hack the Fool recently released their debut album “The Fool” under Tantana Records label.

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Discuss your recording experience with your producer.

We don’t actually have a producer. We financed the album on our own but Memet Incili who we recorded the album with and mixed it, has been mentor for us and taught us a lot professionally. Working with him made us feel more confident.

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Discuss what comes first and last while creating a song.

Expressing ourselves is the primary concern for us in the songwriting process.

 

We always create a raw foundation for songs without overthinking.

 

Then comes the partition modifications and sound preferences.

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Tell us the piece of advice you will give to a young artist.

We’re young artists ourselves and still have a lot to learn.

But if you mean even younger amateur musicians our advice would be: believe in yourself, know yourself and do it yourself.

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Discuss your worse experience in the music business.

The “music business” itself we’d say is a pretty bad experience. Especially at times when it’s all about business and there’s no room for creativity, energies or emotions.

 

It gets pretty disgusting. You start to hate what you created and worked so hard on for weeks because you’re trying to sell it. The people on the business side of things make you feel small and insignificant.

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Tell us how you deal with rejection.

We had no problems with rejection but we really hated being stalled.

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Tell us what you are doing to impact people around you.

Not sure there’s a huge impact at the moment but the fact that we pursue “rock” music while trap and rap is exploding everywhere might influence some people somewhere.

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Tell us the music that makes you happy.

All kinds of bossa nova jazz and reggae metal.

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Tell us how you feel when you sing and your fans sing along to your song.

I guess that happened just once at a concert when people sang almost… with us and it gave us goosebumps.

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Tell us if you consider song placement in TV or Film.

We would be glad if someone wants to use our music on their visual art.

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Elaborate on your artist name and the title of the album.

The Fool originates from the tarot card, the fool. The fool card depicts a young man walking towards a cliff carelessly. Bundle on his back represents everything he has. Young man represents naiveté and honesty; he’s ready to venture beyond boundaries in pursuit of his dreams. He has no regard for rules and recklessly follows his own way, which makes him a fool in the eyes of society.

 

In Hack The Fool’s recreation of the fool, the TV symbolizes the cliff, while the cliff symbolizes dreams, fake fame and pretending. The fool character itself is shown naked with nothing but a backpack and he is ready…

 

The Fool, just like the band, isn’t afraid to exist in this fake world and strives to reflect his unique and original understanding of life.

 

 

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Weal – Melt

Weal – Melt

 

 

 

 

 

Weal – Melt

Weal – Melt

 

 

 

 

Artist: Weal

 

EP Title: Melt

 

Release date: 25th of January 2019

 

Label: Homedale Music

 

Band Members –

Peter Thielst Jessen: Vocal & Guitar

 

Martin Niedziella Nørgaard: Guitar

 

Peter Forsberg Granhøj Nygaard: Drums

 

Stephan Niedziella Nørgaard: Bass

 

 

Weal drops the new EP entitled ‘Melt’.

 

This musical work is rich of heavy sounds and raw vocals.

 

‘Melt’ features remarkable four songs entitled ‘Hanging Low’, ‘Weak Days’ ‘Night Drive’ and ‘Stay Up Late’.

 

 

 

‘Night Drive’ comes with a simple video and features the female vocalist by the name Tanja Simonsen.

 

Tanja adds the salt to the soup of ‘Night Drive’ with her angelic vocals.

 

Fans looking for original music will find Weal very interesting.

 

Genuineness in Weal’s sound and performance makes the band unique from the rest.

 

We will be glad to enjoy more of these songs from Weal.

 

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Weal is Copenhagen based alternative rock band formed in 2016 by good people from the Danish alternative scene.

 

After the debut First Of All (2017) and Dive In (2018) – Danish alternative rockers Weal are now ready with Melt (2019) their third EP release in only two years–and this one is a tasty 18 minutes snack!

 

With noisy and reverbed guitars in the front, deep male vocals and melancholy lyrics – Weal now has a sound that lies even some distance from the indie rock sound that the debut offered.

 

Weal gets a visit from lovely Tanja Simonsen (Superheroes, Private, ONBC), – which on the dark, rocking breakup duet Night Drive makes it all melt into a higher unit with her angelic voice.

 

Melt is mixed and produced by Peter Thielst Jessen and published by Homedale Music.

 

Compared to earlier releases there is more depth to the sound – now that the gloom, and the alternative is being cultivated.

 

Still, with solid songwriting and strong melodies as a red thread through the four-course menu offered on Melt.

 

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The Last City

 

The Last City combines classical instrumentation with indie rock arrangements and pop melodies. Adrien (guitar and vocals) and Lizbet Palmer (violin and piano) draw from such influences as Damien Rice, John Mayer and Fall Out Boy. As “religious free agents”, their music and lives explore different cultures and spiritual practices, but is also willfully human. After living abroad in Japan for three years, they are currently laying roots in Dallas, Texas.

 

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