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Dotter – “Creatures of the Sun”

June 27, 2016 at 2:32 pm


So far she’s released one single each year and this year is no exception as she released her third one earlier this month. And I recognize her on the new song “Creatures of the Sun” with the percussion-heavy, grand-sounding and catchy pop. I wished she would release more music, though, as she definitely has a voice I’d love to hear more of. If you like this song, I recommend a listen to the earlier tracks “My Flower” and “Dive”. You won’t be disappointed.

Dotter on Facebook - on Spotify - on Apple Music

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Crying Day Care Choir – “Wedding Song”

June 23, 2016 at 2:00 pm

Crying Day Care Choir

It’s hard to find more summer feelings than in Crying Day Care Choir’s sunny folkpop-vibing song “Wedding Song”. The pair Jack and Sara Elz sang the words to each other when they married five years ago, but thought it was a good time now to record the song together with the band mate Bill Nystedt and release it as a single.

Crying Day Care Choir on Facebook - on Spotify - on Apple Music

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Ærheart feat. Bränderna – “Det Liv Jag Älskar”

June 20, 2016 at 4:46 pm


In his solo project Ærheart Jonas Linngård has released a new version of the song “Det liv jag älskar”, originally recorded by Perssons Pack. In his hands the song moves to a quite different atmosphere as he wraps a electronic haze of beautiful melancholy around us. And when Bränderna adds his sensitive and fragile vocals to the track it becomes a heartbreaking experience.

Earlier this year Ærheart also released the single “Howl”. Again he shows us a soft melancholy and another interesting voice in Naphta Sings. It’s a fascinating song with a catchy melodic line that runs through the entire song in different incarnations, in the intro, in the verse melody and in the chorus, repeating without feeling repetivite.

Ærheart on Facebook - on Spotify - on Apple Music

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Juka Soma & The Future of Chemistry – “Wild Rover”

June 15, 2016 at 5:04 pm

Juka Soma & The Future of Chemistry

Juka Soma & The Future of Chemistry open the door to their new EP with the single “Wild Rover”. The quartet Juka Soma, Nike Markelius, Anna Wallander and Joel Igor Hammad serve a wonderful glammy rock energy which makes me longing for more. Juka Soma is a fantastic song writer and one of my favorite rock voices, and here he’s set the scene for a track that fits the band perfectly with heavy beats, contagious melodies and pure rock’n'roll vibes. If you want to listen to more from the band while waiting for the EP, I can recommend the debut album which was released one and a half year ago.

Juka Soma & The Future of Chemistry on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music

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Mankku [mancko] – “En riktig j-a smäll”

June 15, 2016 at 2:05 pm


Mankku’s electronica escapades in the Autumn apparently inspired him to continue using synthetic colours. On the new single “En riktig j-a smäll” he’s added 80′s-vibing synths and shades of new wave on a great track seasoned with a smooth saxophone and a dramatic story. And few can tell a story with the same empasis as Mankku. We’ve heard the song before in a naked, acoustic interpretation when he released songs from live sessions he recorded in Oslo, but now it’s reappeared in a more dense version, which also gives a hint about where his upcoming album in the Autumn will land.

Mankku [mancko]‘s site - on Facebook - on Spotify - on Apple Music

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