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Hey there, Our first visit to Helsinki is almost over. We spent four hours on sightseeing and after that had "great" fast food dinner. Our conclusion - if you want to feel this city, you have to spend here more time, because we are pretty sure that there is much more to see and to discover than shops and some biggest central streets. However in the evening we visited place called "Siltanen" and had nice and peaceful performance there. For the first time we heard Ö and Snöleoparden and enjoyed their extraordinary style of music. Now we are having some rest and getting prepared to continue the tour in a nice, automatically administrated hotel. See you. From Latvians with love. St.Z.
This Estonian artist named Rotrum came suddenly out of nowhere and hit me in the face with this awesome album called "9 Scenes" filled with these experimental electronic beats and sounds, that every now and then make me feel like they were secretly recorded already at the second half of the 90s and brought out to the daylight only in 2012 just to make you realize how timeless some things can be in this hectic and rapidly changing music scene of our days. (Oohh, I managed to put it all into one sentence!) I cannot tell you much more about the artist itself, because there is not much information about him/her out there, but in the end it’s the music that counts, right, so check it out:
By the way, this digital album, that you can download for free (or name your price), is the first release of Estonian record label BiiT, which has so far been known as the coolest and greatest music importer (and exporter) in Estonia. It started years ago as an online record shop, then grew into a blog and opened its doors as a real record store, where you can go crate digging for all sorts of vinyls (which is still quite rare in Estonia), but also to find out everything about fresh Estonian music (on other formats as well). So stop by if you ever travel to Tallinn.