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ALBUM REVIEW

SOWECO - Keep On

SOWECO has already laid down a solid reputation for creating music which weaves smooth jazz-infused vibes through soulful grooves. Their new album does take a bit of finding, however, once you do track it down, you are in for a real treat.

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Linn & Freddie

ALBUM REVIEW

Linn & Freddie - Right Here in The Middle

Music maestro Freddie and vocal songstress Linn have released their long-awaited and highly anticipated second album.

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GG

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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Wednesday, 13 December 2017 10:48

Newtimers release irresistible new mix

If you're looking for a fix of instantly addictive R&B/pop, then look no further than Newtimers and the new C&G mix of their single Game Over.

The duo behind the Newtimers are a shining result of their Swedish musical ancestry demonstrating lyrical skill, flawless composition and the right amount of glitter.
23-year-old Swedish singer Mona released her debut single - Gold Baby, and it's a delicate ballad of love lost.

The Stockholm based artist delivers an organic sound blended with cinematic Nordic cool and experimental R&B/Pop production.
24-year-old Swedish singer/songwriter/producer, Amanda Alexander, releases her debut track Lördag and it's laced with modern, electronic pop synths and sweet, soulful vocals.

Sung in Swedish, LÖRDAG (Saturday) is a celebration of the best day of the week.
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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