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There’s just a few days left from 2012, so let’s do our traditional year-end roundup:
Videos: Out biggest achievement this year was out first official music video for Rewound and its Hungarian version Retro, which was played in rotation on MTV Hungary and has been watched 110,000 times on YouTube (so far) if we add up the views of the 2 versions. It also helped to increase the views of our earlier videos big time, so now our YouTube channel’s total viewcount exceeds 300K, which is quite a big improvement from last year.
Gigs: We only played 10 gigs this year, but this includes gigs in Austria, Germany and some of the best venues in Budapest. It would be good to play more next year. Yes, we say this every year, but booking is the least fun part of doing a band and it seems to get more difficult every year. But we’ll figure out something.
Radio: Rewound got airplay in rotation by Hungary’s state music channel Petőfi in the first quarter of the year, and by Fortuna Rádió from the South of Hungary for most of the year.
Songs: We’ve started writing songs for a new EP that we’d like to release around March next year. We’ll post more about this soon.
The best songs about nostalgia – The Top Ten Throwback Tunes
Nostalgia is one of the most common topics in popular music, and that’s also true of punk rock and other genres closely related to it. So this time it wasn’t too hard to compile a proper top ten list of the best nostalgic songs ever. (Sorry, John, Paul, George and Ringo, but Yesterday didn’t make it. Don’t give it up though!)
The best songs about recession and unemployment
2012 will bring economic recession worldwide. Our last list was a compilation of the best weekend songs ever, but with an ongoing global crisis you should think twice before complaining about your boring day job, cos at the end of the day, you’re lucky to have one at all. So here’s a compilation of songs about economic recession, unemployment and depression. Continue reading
We closed 2010 by wishing a more eventful new year, and 2011 has turned out as a much better year indeed. Continue reading