Welcome visitors and step into the city of music. Open your mind and bend boundaries, but don´t drive yourself round the bend. Explore the unknown of the city with urbanology. We serve you regular, but there´s a life beside blogging. Don´t expect the newest stuff, but always expect fresh music. In the eyes of urbanology listening to just one of the diverse musical categories is inbreeding, so suck fresh blood with us and spread the word.
From time to time we will spit some words on subjects like art, politic or – surprise surprise – music. Hope you enjoy your stay in the city and leave a comment if you think the stuff is hot, at least laugh about the funny english.
If you like the music – buy the shit, visit their shows and support artists and record labels, which publish fantastic music with a lot of heart blood in it!
Any artist or legal copyright owner who would rather not see their music on this blog, please leave a comment (with a valid e-mail address) and I will take them down as quickly as humanly possible. Promise!
No brand new releases! All records are at least one year old for several reasons. In first line sales are normally highest in the months after publishing and I think you better go to your local record store and give the album a listen there, besides that all artists provide you the opportunity to prelisten it in the net. Support your local record dealer. In addition this blog is not about leaked records, it´s not about recently releases because I only want to present good music and every album needs more than a few listens to judge it. All the music you get at urbanology I listen to myself and I´m loving it, you can´t say that about music you only heard one or two times but post it, because you take part in the race to be the first! So let me show you some corners, streets and blocks on the musical map.
Blog owners, if you´re interested in link exchange, drop me a note, but normally I don´t link blogs which just post download-links. These blogs are boring and don´t respect the work of the artists and all the other people involved in it, show respect for them and for your readers and write some lines about the music you offer – qualitity, not quantity!