We are proudly presenting Ochi, the latest addition to Geenger Records. We would like to give them a warm welcome to our ever-extending family. "Tremor" will be such a treat for fans of Muse, Screaming Trees, Soundgarden, Queens of the Stone Age and Radiohead.
Vrulja (translated as Karst spring) is an indie rock quartet from Varaždin, Croatia named after the place in the sea, where the underground river springs and mixes with saltwater. The band is gathered as an anti-stress therapy after a hard working week with the motto "Music is for music, and we all love to jam“. It was established in the spring of 2017 and consists of Sabina, Ivan, Tomislav, and Ninoslav.
Although they came to the name for a band spontaneously, it became part of the vision of connecting with nature - so it is the name of the album and of many songs focused on flora and fauna. At the heart of their expression is rebellion - with it...
The song’s subject is today’s reality, uncertainty as its key quality, and our unpreparedness for the future. Filmed in dimly-lit, dystopian-looking surroundings and backed up by mathematically constructed riffs and precise rhythm sequences, the video intensifies the track’s prophetic lyrics and drives its message home.
E.N.D. once again blow up everything around them with their relentless dynamics, undisputed precision, and menacing aggression. Enjoy while you...
Kevlar Bikini's new video for the song "Oozing Optimism" is a direct continuation of the story from the previous video "Quench". From writing and directing, camerawork, lighting, post-production, and even catering, the band continues its DIY practice and do everything themselves.
The angelic vocals in the song were contributed by Crne Zvjezdice - Zora and Alex, the offspring of proud father Geenger Six, the big kahuna of Geenger Records. There's also a cameo appearance by Mrs. Nada, the bass player's mom.
The song is the fourth single off of the album "OPT-OUTism", freshly released by Geenger Records.
Klapa Kaše was established in early 2007 in Dubrovnik, aiming to follow the Dubrovnik ancient singing tradition and highlight the specific musical idiom of the area. The klapa (a local term for a Dalmatian a cappella group) was named after the Kaše breakwater located in front of the Old City port, aspiring to be a kind of a symbolical guardian of part-singing in the Dubrovnik area. Although a relatively young ensemble, Klapa Kaše is one of Croatia's most frequently awarded vocal groups in recent years.