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ALBUM REVIEW

Furns - Final Cut

The Danish duo’s third album continues to provide a refreshing change as they blend nordic vibes into their chilled and infectious soul-pop creations.

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EP REVIEW

Marie Dahlstrom - Nine EP

It is in the quieter and more considered moments that I often find the greatest pleasures. It is why Marie Dahlstrom’s new e.p. has been a constant soundtrack for a while now.

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ALBUM REVIEW

The Band Called Oh - Guerrilla Gardening

An album built around the concept of Guerrilla Gardening, a movement that sought to improve the urban decay of 60’s New York is certainly a brave and fascinating idea. We took a listen to the Norwegian band's new album.

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Before soul music there was gospel, and the word 'Gospel' means “good message” or “good news,”

Danish singer Susanne Ørum brings the good news and an embracing glow of positivity with her new single - Peace, Joy, Love.
Out today is Swedish singer/songwriter Emelinda second single 'Scream and Shout' - a powerful Gospel/soul ballad that gives a voice not just for her, but for all women of the world.
Thursday, 13 April 2017 15:51

Twaine - A World in Change

Soul came from gospel. It was born from suffering and gave heart and hope. In light of the heartbreaking events in our home city Stockholm last week we could all use some spiritual re-connection.

Directly touching at my soul is the single - A Gospel by the Swedish band Twaine.

'A Gospel' was first released on the Japanese compilation album 'We -Songs of Hope-', and all royalties went directly to the people affected by the catastrophe in Fukushima, Japan, 2011. The single also features on their new album - A World in Change.

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