Juka Soma & The Future of Chemistry – “Wild Rover”

June 15, 2016 at 5:04 pm

Juka Soma & The Future of Chemistry

Juka Soma & The Future of Chemistry open the door to their new EP with the single “Wild Rover”. The quartet Juka Soma, Nike Markelius, Anna Wallander and Joel Igor Hammad serve a wonderful glammy rock energy which makes me longing for more. Juka Soma is a fantastic song writer and one of my favorite rock voices, and here he’s set the scene for a track that fits the band perfectly with heavy beats, contagious melodies and pure rock’n’roll vibes. If you want to listen to more from the band while waiting for the EP, I can recommend the debut album which was released one and a half year ago.

Juka Soma & The Future of Chemistry on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music

Joachim Dahlbergs Vindkraft – “Med blod som bläck”

June 3, 2016 at 4:29 pm

Joachim Dahlbergs Vindkraft

In the Autumn Joachim Dahlberg let us taste his record “Med blod som bläck” in advance on several occasions. The album was later released in the beginning of this year, and it’s an album that definitely deserves more attention. The theme of the album is a story about a father and his son, where each song represent an episode from their relation. It becomes a shifting and winding emotional journey which the band narrates with rock and sweet pop melodies in a beautiful production. There is a power and an intensity which grabs hold of you right from the start, in dynamic songs that can change fast between soft, intimate moments and grand-sounding, dramatic heights. Here are some songs from the album.

Joachim Dahlbergs Vindkraft’s site – on Facebook – on Spotify – on Apple Music

Leoson – “Surrender”

May 3, 2016 at 3:08 pm


Stefan Leoson has emerged again after a couple of years of silence, as a recording artist at least. Now he calls himself just Leoson and has released the new single “Surrender”, which you can listen to here below. It’s a dramatic and bittersweet tune which grows to a strong rock hymn with a taste of artrock, hardrock and powerpop. And he certainly has the voice and the production skills to pull this off.

Leoson on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music

Nej – “Aldrig mer”

April 27, 2016 at 3:38 pm


The trio Nej, Mirella Hautala, Mimmi Skog and Björn Eriksson, say they are trying to recreate what is happening in the earth’s core. And on the single “Aldrig mer”, taken from the upcoming debut album (release May 11th), it feels like an obvious description. With two distorted bass guitars and drums as heavy as lead they break through earth’s crust and explode in a powerful cloud of magma and ashes, while the guest Carl Westholm’s keyboard sounds swirl around them like black smoke. It’s dark, chaotic and hard, which is underlined by the verses in Finnish, but also astonishingly beautiful. Whatever it is they are up against in the song, it better move aside.

Nej on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music

Georgia Barbershop – “Borough In Twenty” album

April 13, 2016 at 4:33 pm

Georgia Barbershop

I thought I’d have a peek inside of Georgia Barbershop’s garage and their second album, which was released earlier this year. It’s called “Borough In Twenty” and is just as splendidly rough and messy as the first song from the album “Blast Oyster” hinted, when I wrote about it a little more than a year ago. Here are two songs:

Georgia Barbershop on Facebook – on Spotify – on Apple Music

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