Some Kind of Rubus

August 15, 2008 at 12:00 pm

Some Kind of RubusIf you enjoy getting happy – raise your hand! As a little help on the way, you can listen to the Stockholm based band Some Kind of Rubus. They offer folk music wonderfully mixed with rock! The vocalist Emil Gammeltoft is a former heavy rock singer, from the band Nerved. Having played rock for 18 years – and with a lot of folk music in his head – he started Some Kind of Rubus, with Petter Axelsson and Örjan Johansson, at the end of 2005!

And it is now time for Some Kind of Rubus to conquer the world. Their first conquest lies in the land of folk music, Scotland, where they have already received a lot of attention, e.g. in scottish radio!
Emil says that a Scottish tour is planned for October.

Listen and download:

Hälsa på hos Some Kind of Rubus:
SKoR on Myspace

Keep cool,


(translated by Clint Hell)

The Rumble

August 13, 2008 at 5:20 pm

The RumbleEnough energy to run a small town, and it runs straight through the body like a lovely shock! Raw, gritty and awesome great rock’n’roll in the spirit of the Cult emerges from The Rumble, hailing from Gothenburg, Sweden.
Has anyone seen them live, please leave a comment. Me, myself – I just can’t wait to see them live!

Apart from the great music, the guys also look incredibly cool! Check out their homepage:

The Rumble official
or on Myspace:
The Rumble on Myspace

Or simply listen and download the songs:
Follow me

keep cool,

(translated by Clint Hell)

Frida Sundemo

August 13, 2008 at 1:16 am

An intense workday, where my brain was in charge, was coming to an end as I started browsing Myspace, listening to my favorite musicians. When I came to Frida Sundemo my brain finally came to rest and an inner peace took place. I’ve been listening to “End of day” and I feel happy.

Frida Sundemo is a Singer/Songwriter that has a very personal sound. With beautiful melodies, a touch of jazz and her soothing voice, she reaches into my soul.

Frida on Myspace

A few songs to enjoy:
End of day
Everything is changed
Smile of a betrayer

Keep cool,

(translated by Angelica)

December Darling

August 12, 2008 at 4:38 am

December Darling is a cool band from Malmö that plays rock with a lot of heart! They describe their music as raw and unpolished and with a simple sound.

In this rock/pop venture you can find well known people from the music scene in Malmö! The guitarist, Dennis Johansson, is a former tour manager for the Ark and Jens Andersson, from the Ark, has produced their latest EP.

December Darling is now making a serious effort on their music career and can frequently be seen on concert scenes around Sweden.

You can listen to and download two songs below, or visit their band page:

December Darling on Myspace


keep cool,

(translated by Pär/Blindmen)


August 12, 2008 at 2:37 am

BodiesBodies started out as a tribute band for Sex Pistols and made a “copy” of Never Mind the Bollocks! Nowadays they play their own music and with the influences from Sex Pistols, Iggy Pop, Ramones, Thåström and others, the punk rock still plays an important part for them.
I think you’ll agree with me also that the singer Clint Hell’s sound a bit like Iggy in his voice.

With some almost classical great songs and a whole bunch of new ones on their repertoire, they have now set full speed ahead!
Listen and download three great tracks below, and head on to Bodies’ Myspace page for more downloads:

Bodies on Myspace

Blind Brother
Sweet Pain

PUNK ROCK YEAH!!!!! My favourite is Sweet Pain!
Keep cool,

(translated by Pär/Blindmen)

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