April 12, 2024

Music Slots in Casinos for True Musicians

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Music is a universal language that can evoke powerful emotions with only a few notes or chords. Many bands, songs, and genres are so beloved that software providers have taken advantage of their popularity by making music slots. 

In Norway, laws surrounding online gambling are stringent. Players can legally only play at the two state-owned institutions, but this doesn’t limit their choices too much. 

This article takes you through some of the best online music slots with the guidance of our expert, Nina Olsendburg. Visit Nettcasino if you want to know more about music in games and online slots.

Disco Spins

Disco Spins is a disco-themed video slot by NetEnt that features dancers and bright, neon lights that create a colourful party. Fun animations and catchy music will help you dance the night away with this slot.

With medium volatility and a return to player (RTP) of 96,4%, it’s a perfect game for beginners and experienced players. Five reels and 20 fixed paylines, as well as two bonus rounds, make the slot familiar and easy to play but thrilling enough to keep you engaged. 

Get groovy with Disco Spins on any desktop, iOS, or Android device. Why stream music online when you can listen to these groovy tunes and possibly win in the process?

Guns N’ Roses

Rock out to your favourite Guns N’ Roses songs while playing your favourite casino game in this online video slot. It has five reels, three rows, and 20 paylines, as well as bonus rounds and unique features that can significantly increase your winnings. These features include two different wild symbols, free spins, a multiplier, and two bonus rounds that keep the thrill going. 

NetEnt is known for high quality and unique features. That, combined with Guns N’ Roses’ iconic sound, is what makes this slot so popular. Visit Norsk Tipping today to check out the outstanding graphics and sound, and take advantage of the 96,98% RTP of this rock n’ roll online slot.

Jimi Hendrix

NetEnt’s Jimi Hendrix slot game is very different from any of the slots you’ll find in their library. It has a unique animation style that compliments the feeling of the music that inspired it. The reels are adorned with flowers, peace signs, and other “hippy” symbols from the 70s and, of course, Jimi himself. 

This slot includes wilds, respins, and a feature called Purple Haze, which transforms low-value symbols into wilds if it lands on the first reel. Some bonuses you might encounter in the Jimi Hendrix slot include Pick and Click, Coin Win, and three different free spins rounds. 

You’ll definitely be headbanging to the soundtrack of this slot and, if you consider the 96.9% RTP, probably the winnings too. 


This slot probably has some of the most metal music in casino games online, and we love it. It’s better suited to more experienced players or players seeking to improve their strategy as it has a medium variance and low volatility. This means you won’t win many small amounts, and you could lose a lot if you’re unwilling to strategise.

The slot has 76 paylines and five reels, making the screen look more like a stage. Band members, related symbols, and classic Motörhead songs help to immerse you in the concert experience. With free spins and a unique mystery reels feature, this slot might not have as many frills as others. But, we don’t think it needs any.


Music is used in many ways to evoke emotions or send a message; even casino music, such as the tunes you hear from slot machines, has messages. The slots we explored in this article don’t just have cute songs but are dedicated to beloved artists and genres and, therefore, can carry more meaning and thrill. 

All slots discussed in this article are available for Norwegian players at Norsk Tipping.

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Bernard - Side-Line Staff Chief editor
Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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