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This Is Head – “Timmerdalen”

July 10, 2015 at 5:18 pm

This Is Head

This Is Head moved into a cabin on the island Mjörn on the Swedish west coast last year, and wrote and recorded the tracks that will be included on their third album in the Autumn. Last month the first single “People” was released and a week ago “Timmerdalen” was presented together with a video. Up until the album launch they will release another single and three more videos. Here are the first tastes from the record.

This Is Head’s site - on Facebook - on Spotify - on Apple Music

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Vallmo – “Solen”

July 10, 2015 at 4:53 pm

Vallmo

Emil Andersson calls his solo project Vallmo, a project he started two years ago. A couple of weeks ago he released the debut single “Solen”, a beautiful, summer-vibing, but melancholic song in a Swedish singer/songwriter-pop tradition.

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Kinetics – “Yank Me Out of Neutral”

July 10, 2015 at 4:21 pm

Kinetics

Kinetics have released a row of great singles during the last two years. Last month they collected the best of the songs and released them on an EP together with a couple of new tracks. Listen here to two of the tunes with the band’s grand-sounding, melodic and uplifting indie pop.

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MANKKU [mancko] – “Guld & Silver”

July 10, 2015 at 12:33 pm

MANKKU [mancko]

I am glad to see that Magnus Fagernäs, aka MANKKU [mancko] is back with a new single. It’s the blues-vibing “Guld & Silver” he presents us, while announcing more singles soon and a new album further on.

MANKKU [mancko]s site - on Facebook - on Spotify - on Apple Music

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Aeld – “Snygga ögon” EP

July 9, 2015 at 4:41 pm

Aeld

Aeld is a duo consisting of the artist Anna Lindvall and the mathematician and engineer Lars Mats. Last month they released their debut EP “Snygga Ögon”, a different, fascinating record which spans over catchy, melodic synth pop tunes to experimental electronica with analogue-sounding, dark, muffled synths. They write that it’s primarily a collaboration over distance where for example the title track was written while one of them was in Japan and the other one on Öland in Sweden. Taste two of the songs here below.

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