Scruffy, Indie folk-rock from Transylvania

FREE Christmas Album Out Now (For A Limited Time)

Posted by admin On November - 7 - 2011 ADD COMMENTS

As I have mentioned in my previous post, “Monsters In The Christmas Album” is now out once more, and you can download it for free on my music page. Download Monsters In The Christmas Album by Indie Folker here…

There is one video that we’ve managed to shoot last year:

…aaand, hopefully, there will be another video coming very soon for the song Is Christmas Time Just A Dream. That’s this one:

Have an indie Christmas dear Friends!

Bookstore Gig And Halloween Song Video

Posted by admin On October - 24 - 2011 ADD COMMENTS

I have wanted to do a show in a bookstore for a long time now. I don’t know why I never got around to it, but I will be performing a few songs this Thursday in my home town – in exactly such a place. I already have a few ideas of what I would LIKE it to be like – I guess, we will see the results afterward, as I will surely be posting some videos on Youtube.

My favorite singer-songwriters have been doing shows like this for as long as I remember, it would be very uncool (read: un-indie folk) of me not to give this a shot.

A few of my favorite videos of such events below:

Mumford & Sons did a Bookshop Session a while back



Beirut had their Tiny Desk Concert not long ago:



Alexi Murdoch played a record store session at Vinyl Fever – I know, this is not a bookstore, but it kind of feels the same



I am also about to record a video for this weeks Halloween super-search – that I very much expect to happen – on Youtube. I will most likely have that up for you by Wednesday, so stay close.

David Gray Lyrics, As Seen By A Singer-Songwriter

Posted by admin On October - 19 - 2011 2 COMMENTS

I can’t stop being amazed by the talent that English recording artist, David Gray, seems to have when it comes to putting together a song. I’ve read somewhere that he stated in an interview: he’s no closer to knowing what makes a good song than when he first started out as a singer-songwriter.

Although I don’t believe this is perfectly true, I can see why he would say this: as you write more and more songs, you get to the point where the process gets so familiar to you (but not to everyone else) that you no longer find it magical. I mean, it came out of your own head. You can’t expect to be surprised, can you? Plus, it kind of fits into the indie folk lifestyle not to ponder over these things too much – and just get to writing your next song…

But enough ranting about what makes the best singer-songwriters what they are. David Gray is definitely a leader of this generation’s singer-songwriter pack, and there is no question about that.

Just listen to the build-up to that amazing chorus:

If you want it
Come and get it
Crying out loud
The love that I was
Giving you was
Never in doubt
Let go your heart
Let go your head
And feel it now

Babylon, Babylon

In conclusion: if you ARE a singer-songwriter, I’m sure you will agree, we have a lot to learn from this man. Folk musicians shouldn’t ONLY be listening to Bob Dylan, as David Gray clearly has something new and different to show us when it comes to writing really good indie folk songs.

Some new shots in the photo gallery

Posted by admin On July - 26 - 2011 1 COMMENT

We’ve had so many photos taken at the Utcazene Festival in Veszprém, Hungary that I finally got myself to upload some fresh content to the Gallery. I’ve had some of these photos published on my Facebook page already, so you might have seen them.

Nevertheless, they’re here now, so check them out!


I would like to thank Endre-Szász Révai and Filius István for taking these shots and letting me use them. (I’ve noted the author of each photo below the embedded images so there would be no confusion regarding as to who took which shot.)