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Middlemist Red
Middlemist Red


Budapest, Hungary


Soma Nóvé - vocals, guitar
David Papp - guitar, synths
Soma Deli - bass, backing vocals
Ábel Ürögdi - drums, backing vocals

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Middlemist Red, Hungary’s most evolving psychedelic rock band, gives you the atmospheric soundscape of rock showing respect to its ascendants with nostalgia while giving it a new elucidation in a 21st century context. The foursome formed in 2012, soon they had a great impulse on the music scene of Budapest, Hungary as well as significant international acknowledgement at the top showcase events (listing below).

Between the first (Supersonic Overdrive, 2014) and second (Ripple Soul, 2016) LPs Middlemist Red has shown its talent all around Europe. The band’s approach to music became more intimate, the new tracks won’t leave you without an impression. The mindset has matured, the sounds became more consequent and fulfilled.

Since that they’ve expanded the list of notable bands they were performancing with, from Wooden Shjips, to Preoccupations, Telegram, Black Lips, Desert Mountain Tribe.

They’ve also organized a psych themed festival, the first in Central-Eastern-Europe called Vanishing Point, where they can strenghten the scene of a wide variety of psychedelic music in the region. While also managed to put an DIY animated video for their track Illuminair, managed by lead singer and graphic designer of the band Soma Nóvé.
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Middlemist Red "The Beginning Of A New Train Of Thought (Instrumental)"
Album: The Beginning Of A New Train Of Thought
Instrumental: Yes
Middlemist Red "Mellow"
Genres: 1990s, alternative, Alternative Rock, Dream-Rock, Rock
Moods: Angst, Bittersweet, Brooding, Contemplative, Creepy, Melancholic, Mellow
Middlemist Red "Winter Enclose Me"
Album: Supersonic Overdrive
Genre: Alternative Rock
Moods: Appreciation, Communication, Dedication, Dependence, Determined, Devotion, Dreamy, Love, Mellow, Reflective
3 Albums Found