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.
The new single follows on nicely from her well-received single No Time. Louam continues to revive the retro 90's street vibe in her latest catchy track.
Funk and soul music has always been a genre known for carrying a message, one which if not always overtly political can often be termed social commentary. Its roots in the race struggles of 60’s American led artists such as Marvin Gaye, Cutis Mayfield and Sly and The Family Stone to become narrators of those troubled times and that relationship between the politics and the music remains ingrained.
The Nils Landgren Funk Unit sideman’s fifth album has plenty to say about what we are doing to the planet and what we are doing to each other but does so in a way that exudes hope for the future, brims with optimism and never preaches. No soapboxes where harmed in the making of this record.
No soapboxes where harmed in the making of this record.
It's been two years since we first announced new Norwegian R&B duo - tatarius and their track - Questions struck an unforgettable cord and garnered numerous plaudits.
Since then the duo (Axel Toreg Reite and Sindre S. Gjærum) has been hard at work developing their craft in the studio and on the road.
The hard work has paid off, and tatarius has evolved into a full band with a bold new single.
The Stockholm based artist delivers an organic sound blended with cinematic Nordic cool and experimental R&B/Pop production.
This fresh fusion of Pop-R&B can be heard on her debut single - Haters.
Produced by fellow Norwegian Undr, from the outset the track hits and caresses as dramatic as the namesake's city skyline. Farida sings in a soft, sensual R&B tone edged with a steeliness that cuts with 'fuck what you say' lyrics.
We've been following the singer (Benjamin Sedoc) for a while, and his latest single titled - Friends, hears him reach new heights.