August 14, 2008 at 1:16 am


Well, it’s been a while since we heard Delacroix for the very first time. And for an unsigned band, they are extremely professional.
Last weekend the played the Peace& Love Festival in Borlänge, Sweden. And a week or so before that, they won the Music Award from Sveriges Radio Gävleborg (a local branch of Sweden’s Broacasting Corporation). The motivation from the jury was “This is a band with perfectionism and musical elegance present. They are like nailing each game in the football pools.”

They have currently released 1 song from their NMI Sessions and another one is on it’s way.

The Other man

The Delacroix homepage

Delacroix on Myspace


(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)

Lasse Söhr

August 11, 2008 at 11:06 am

Lasse SöhrAs a producer, songwriter and brilliant bass player, you most often find Lasse Söhr behind the scenes.  So I thought it would be appropriate to put the spotlight on this great musician.

On the musical menu you will most often find music from the pop, rock, countryrock and soul genres, with a lot of variation, coming from his feeling for what a song really is about. From his latest works you can find collaborations with Jan Johansen, Isak Strand, Christian Müller, Tobbe Möller et al.
I should of course also mention the songs of Marwins, the joint project with the fantastic singer and coproducer, Magnus Löfström.
Below you’ll find two great songs by Marwins:
Night Time Magic
Have You Ever

Meet here also Lasse’s band Topeledo, in this song collaborating with another great singer, Jan Johansen:
Do What You Gotta Do
(Micke Ajax-drums, Janne Eriksson-slide guitar, Lasse Varteva-guitars and backing vocals, Jan Johansen-vocals and mix, Lasse Söhr-bass, guitars and backing vocals, Lyrics & Music-Lasse Varteva & Lasse Söhr):

Together with  Pär Enqvist, Lasse Söhr was behind the fund raising campaign for a swedish charity fund for children’s rights, “Insamling till Barnfonden” that started in December 2007. The campaign was centered around the song “Stark och fri” (“Strong and Free”), where all revenues from the song was collected for the fund.
Stark och Fri
(performed by Lasse Söhr, Lars Strandberg, Lars Varteva, Pär Enqvist, Lyrics-Pär Enqvist, Music-Pär Enqvist & Lasse Söhr)

Listen more to Lasse Söhr:
Lasse Söhr on Myspace
Lasse Söhr on

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