Single/EP Reviews

Saturday, 25 March 2017 00:08

Mikala’s Got It!

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Having raved about her debut single, the free to download - Save Your Love (reviewed here), emerging Danish chanteuse MIKALA returns with a surprise new release, in the shape of the mid-tempo gospel-tinged - We Got It.

If her debut was an announcement of the promise to come, then We Got It, cements that promise.
Friday, 24 February 2017 00:07

Snoh Aalegra Feels Nothing Burns Like The Cold

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Snoh Aalegra keep’s the intoxicating goodness coming in the shape of two single releases from the second of her proposed trilogy of Mini Albums, following part one of her critically acclaimed ‘Don’t Explain’ Mini Album released in the middle of 2016.

Awash with emotion, Feels, released towards the tail end of 2016, is a poignant mid-tempo melodic slice of Motown’ish Soul. The track treads the lyrically familiar path of realised longing, yet Snoh elevates this theme into something wondrous.

Thursday, 23 February 2017 23:40

It’s Time to meet Liselotte Östblom

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Almost two years after the mesmerising and acclaimed performance alongside her then quartet, Ever Say Ever, as part of's Studio Sessions, Liselotte Östblom steps forward with a track of soulful elegance in the shape of her second single - I Met You.

Launching the new year in new style is the Prince of Scandinavian Soul, Bernhoft, whose musical style has developed and should we say, matured, over the past few months. Always regarded as a highly skilful and entertaining performer, the grammy nominated singers' new single - Visceral is an electronic /organic composition combining elements of soul, R&B and pop.

Thursday, 03 November 2016 23:56

Combo De La Musica launch exhilarating debut album

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One of Sweden’s most outstanding and versatile vocalists, Kristin Amparo, demonstrates her formidable talent on a fantastic new self-titled, eight-track album from Combo De La Musica.

Blending Latin vibes, ’60s harmonies and retro vibes, Combo De La Musica deliver a warm embrace of all the wonderful key elements that make music so very enjoyable.

The Swedish city Umeå sits to the right in the far north of Sweden. It’s a renowned university town with over 39,000 students. The winters are long and biting cold, and the summer seems endlessly bright and warm. Musically, Umeå is well known for its hardcore punk and rock scene and the annual Umeå Jazz Festival, one of Scandinavia’s largest modern jazz festivals.

Emerging between the two musical styles is the soulful Swedish singer Martina Hed, who has just released her debut EP, Introducing.

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