Catching Up – Rock from Principe Valiente, LaDiDa, No Coda and more

June 18, 2014 at 6:30 pm


The Jamhouse Riot – “Hey You”

New strong single from The Jamhouse Riot, “Hey You”:

Principe Valiente – “Choirs of Blessed Youth” – album

Principe Valiente’s second album “Choirs of Blessed Youth” with beautiful post punk:

No Coda – “The Entire Cast” – album

After a bunch of great singles No Coda finally released their debut album, “The Entire Cast”. Here are a couple of songs from the album:

LaDiDa – “LaDiDa” – album

Attitude, humour, punk, energy and pop from Göteborg. LaDiDa released their debut album earlier this Spring. Here’s a taste of it:

Röjsåg – “Bring It On” – EP

Röjsåg with their rock’n’roll-punk-hardcore in Swedish. Here’s a song from their EP “Bring It On”:

Crooked Letter – “Crooked Letter” – EP

Emo rock from Crooked Letter:

Wayflower – “Stay a Little Longer “

Björn in the band Wayflower had just stopped using Swedish snuff (a kind of tobacco used in Sweden) and was att home feeling bored. He took his restlessness and abstinence and turned it into a video:

Tidens Ande – “Malmö/Min Stad”

Tidens Ande is underway with the new album “Ett slags under” and has released these nice tracks to tempt us:

The Propagandas – “The Propagandas” – EP

Here’s a taste of The Propagandas debut-EP:

Principe Valiente – “Take Me With You”

August 23, 2013 at 3:24 pm

Principe Valiente

The post punk/shoegaze-band Principe Valiente have opened up the door to their upcoming second album by releasing the single “Take Me With You”. Great song this, which feels a little like Suede in an eighties’ constume, which I guess depends somewhat on the influence from Ed Buller, the mixer of this track, and also former producer to Suede. A new single is coming up in September and then, later in the Autumn, the new album.

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Principe Valiente

November 2, 2011 at 5:52 pm

Principe Valiente

Recently the self titled debut album from Principe Valiente was reissued, which was an excellent occasion to present the band here on Meadowmusic, I thought. They have created a characteristic sound where I hear shoegaze with a lot of vibes from the eighties’ reverbing rooms and dark atmosphere from what some call post punk. Sometimes the thoughts irrevocably goes to Sisters of Mercy, maybe mostly because of the vocals than anything else.

Listen for yourself here below, and take a look at their Bandcamp page or Spotify to listen to the whole album. You’ll find the the band on their site and on Facebook.

In My Arms

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