Swedish soul singer Daggi Zegreat releases her new single/video - Dansa som du vill (Dance any way you like), and the smooth, neo-soul groove certainly invites you to move.
Sung in Swedish this warm, soulful track is entrancingly produced by Jon MILJON Skoog at Gateway music, allowing Daggi's vocals to flow like a gentle stream.
A day ahead of the official release, we can exclusively present Swedish funkster, Andy Pfeiler’s new single/video - Space XPress.
The 'always cool' singer proves soul, funk & hip-hop runs in the family as he's joined by his daughter Astrid Pfeiler on backing vocals, and together leave this planet towards new destinations aboard Space Xpress.
Directed by Emil Wahl, the video captures Amanda against the beautiful backdrop of Norwegian nature, graffiti-styled murals and in the springtime sunshine.
The video marks the point Nordic R&B rose to a new level and immediately becomes a classic of this new alternative genre.
The charming video introduces us the smartly dressed, dreadlocked singer who sounds like a combination of James Brown and modern soul legend Charles Bradley.
Inspired by the sounds of Bilal, Andersen Park, Frank Ocean, D'Angelo and Thundercat, Tears (To Water Her Roses) is a beautifully titled, lyrically engaging track. Deftly produced by Lush Reality, the tight soulful rhythm builds to a dynamic and passionate crescendo.
Released with the digital track is a creative music video, filmed and directed by band members Ölle Häggberg and August Campeotto. In the video hooded lead singer Bobby Bovell (who we discovered as a solo singer) meanders against the backdrop of Copenhagen's futuristic urban architecture.
Human contact, love and loss are emotions we can all connect to.
Swedish R & B singer Janice eloquently and passionately expresses her feelings in her new single - Answers.
Almost six years ago her father committed suicide.
The shock, trauma and grief of this tragic event are expressed in her brave words and vocals.
20 year-old Danish singer ARGJENTINA, showcases her talent over a delicious, R&B inspired production on her debut single 'Deadline’.
Released in January and sung in Danish, the songs theme is of longing, excitement and the game that follows in the wake of young love.
Now the band return to their crate-digging selections to produce their own version of the single - Apparently Nothing (1991) by UK band Young Disciples.
Who says CD’s are dead?
The Danish duo, Saint Cava demonstrate that the silver disc is still a thing of beauty in their latest single / video - No Ones God.
Spinning as if by magic, and displayed as a piece of art, the ‘retro’ disc may be the focus of the video by Kristoffer Moth, but it's Saint Cava's sound that keeps you fixated.