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ALBUM REVIEW

Twaine - A World in Change

Swedish band Twaine are Lead by the deep and engaging vocals of Henrik Sundquist, and their new 10-track album offers a highly-listenable experience from beginning to end. The mellow track, Best of Days is a perfect example.

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Public Secret

SINGLE REVIEW

Public Secret won't be a secret for long

The debut single from Copenhagen-based Future Soul Band - Public Secret - Tears (To Water Her Roses) is the first beacon to what we feel will become a shining soul light.

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ALBUM REVIEW

Rohey release their debut album

The Norwegian quartets exquisite, jazzy-soul tracks have impressed since their debut, and the first compilation of their music can now be found in a strikingly designed, 12-track album - A Million Things.

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Thursday, 20 April 2017 00:14

Argjentina celebrates in pure R&B style

The Albanian-Danish singer Argjentina released her second single 'Gør Det For Mig' (Do It For Me) this month with a new music video. Shot as the singer celebrated her 21st birthday the video is packed with a lot of Argentina's friends partying to her latest track.

Strange as it might seem, Swedish people don’t cross the road unless the green man at the crossing is lit. Even if they see no cars for miles in any direction, they’ll wait patiently until they’re told it’s safe to cross.

Most people dress the same, eat at the most ‘hip’ places and listen to the same popular artists. It’s one of the many idiosyncrasies, often conservative, that I discovered in Sweden.

The single on the new album from Swedish electro/pop trio Artymove sums up the band’s response to their country’s national reserve: “Fuck That!”

That’s why I love them.

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