one song from their debut album contains warns to, "tell them what you want / but never tell them who you are," while another just as compellingly urges the opposite. all this set to a blistering rock soundtrack.
euphoric pop and country & western fatalism from this "brass band without the brass." loud (except when they're not) songs of ecstasy, equanimity and desperation.
after ten years of singing songs exclusively about ski jumpers, christoph and lollo decided to move on and write about other things, though you've certainly never heard of anyone singing about what they sing about.
this austrian-american trio follows the trail blazed by the likes of hüsker dü and dinosaur jr. their debut album of power pop for the 21st century came out this fall.
the sixties garage horror surf trash monster from graz is now--after a slew of (mostly sold out) seven inches--on wohnzimmer records. it's raw! it's frantic! it's horifying! look out, it's the staggers!
they don't sign anything, they don't make donations and they don't say "hello" when you pass them on the street. this quartet of incredibly tall men know exactly what they're doing.
black leather jackets, tight pants and a happening 'do: 123caat know what a rock and roll band is supposed to look like, yet don't forget to deliver the goods: rugged, rumbling rock anthems.
wolfgang schögl and franz reisecker are battle-tested veterans of the viennese music scene. this new project of theirs sees them combining piano and literature quotations laid over catchy grooves.
named after a swiss mogul-slope skier, this quartet is a well-established mainstay of the indie rock scene in the german-speaking world
after six albums and almost 15 years as a band, we are delighted to welcome these masters of anglophilic, melancholic pop songs (in german) to wohnzimmer.
without a doubt, velojet are the hottest commodity in austrian indie rock. these girls and boys know their mccartney and they didn't skip garage-rock class either.
wild evel, who's become notorious as the singer for the staggers, has unleashed this fuzz monster. after a string of already-legendary live performances, their debut album is now available.
in mofo's world, a pop song may well be 15 minutes long and they reclaim adjectives like "spherical" and "meditative" from new-age ludicrousness.