Moodblanc – “Friday Night”

November 27, 2014 at 2:57 pm


The duo Moodblanc, Magnus Dahlöf and Kenneth Jovinder, have now arrived at the eighth chapter in their ongoing story, which you can follow at their site. It’s called “Friday Night”, in which they turn on the whole package of disco charm including strings, funky riffs and “let’s go dancing”-choirs, moodblanc style.

Moodblanc’s site – on Facebook on Spotifyon Wimpon Soundcloud

Thursday pop with Cajsa Siik, Little Children, Marigold, AstroMike Gordon and Jonas Schwartz

May 29, 2014 at 11:48 am
Little Children

Little Children

Cajsa Siik – “Relentless Delight”

Cajsa Siik is on her way with her second album which is called “Contra”. The single “Relentless Delight” is the first taste, a single that promises a lot for the album.

Little Children – “Impala” – video

Here’s another song from Little Children, “Impala”, expressed through this brilliant music video signed Ted Malmros. The song is taken from the single “By Your Side” and will also be a part of the album “Walk Within”, to be released in the Autumn.

Marigold – “Last Days of Disco”

Marigold describe their latest song, “Last Days of Disco”, as “a sarchastic but loving punch in the face of the modern house scene, a kind of antithesis to the overcompressed samplings”. And just like the song title suggests, this is a disco, classic disco with a touch of indie pop.

AstroMike Gordon – “Ministry Song”

Cristoffer Csanady and his AstroMike Gordon continue to fascinate me with the new single “Ministry Song”. The debut album is out on the 11th of June!

Jonas Schwartz – “Music For You”

Jonas Schwartz is also on his way with his second album, and have also presented the first single from the album. The song is called “Music For You”, a song that takes him in a quite a different musical direction than the first guitar based album “Six”. Exciting.

Pop, soul and night escapades with Slow Show, Natten, The Mondanes, Colleagues and Ronnie

March 31, 2014 at 4:20 pm
The Mondanes

The Mondanes

Slow Show – “Nowhere”

A couple of days ago the indiepop duo Slow Show released the energetic and uplifting song “Nowhere”. The song is a remake of an earlier version from 2010, and was recorded together with eight other new songs in August last year.

Natten – “Omen” – EP

I wrote about the quartet Natten in the Autumn. Now they are back with new instrumental night escapades on the new EP “Omen”. With their mix of jazz, electronica and other influences they have carved out their own unique style, their own ambience, which I recognize when I listen. Imaginative and sometimes with a filmic vibe. Listen to the EP here:

The Mondanes – “Silver Spoon (live session)”

The Mondanes is a new quitet hailing from Göteborg. Here they are with the song “Silver Spoon” in a nice Byrds-vibing live session.

Colleagues – “Tears”

The band Colleagues doesn’t exactly pour out songs on the market, even though they have received quite some attention from the two songs they have released so far. “Parent’s House” came out in the Autumn 2012 which was followed by the music video “Visits” a year ago, and now the song “Tears” with an exuberant electro-indiepop.

Ronnie – “Angels”

You may have heard Ronnie Hagstedt before in the house duo The Lab Wizard or as the singer in the hard rock band Optimystical. On the new solo single “Angels” he also shows us that he’s got some soul vibes in his great voice, in a song that feels like classic souldisco in a modern costume.

Milou – “High For You”

November 5, 2013 at 4:15 pm


Milou is the duo Iman Conta and Felix Flygare, and a few days ago they released the video to their debut single “High For You”. It’s about electro soul and disco and quite a bit about Iman’s wonderful soul voice. Listen for yourself here below.

Milou on Facebookon Spotifyon Wimpon Raraon Soundcloud

Professor Johan Bring – “Universum”

August 27, 2013 at 5:36 pm

Professor Johan Bring

Johan Bring from the electronica duo Stygg, which I’ve written earlier about, released a first single in Spring from a new project where he calls himself Professor Johan Bring. It’s called “Universum” and is a laidback song with funk-disco vibes, where he talk-sings in a way that makes me think of the days of Just D. Together with his colleague David Strindberg from Stygg and Punx he has of course also created a video to the song. On his Soundcloud page you’ll find more songs and remixes from the new project.

Professor Johan Bring on Facebook  – on Spotifyon Soundcloud

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