d/troit

ALBUM REVIEW

D/troit - Soul Sound System

'D/troit capture the sound so brilliantly that it is easy to convince yourself that you have stumbled across a secret stash of Berry Gordy’s unreleased recordings from the Motown Archive.'

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kaalm

EP REVIEW

KAALM - EVERYTHING EP

'From the opening song - Everything, Karolina’s attractive vocal style effortlessly conveys sensitive, engaging emotions..' Andy Collins took a listen to the Swedish band's debut EP.

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melody

INTERVIEW

Melody Carlsson - I’m not trying to force it

We spoke to a new Swedish singer from Gothenberg as she tells us about her influences, getting started and creating music.

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Norwegian DJ Reggie Got Beats teams up with Rohey Taalah for the second time to produce another hot summer Disco groove - Round & Round.

The first collaboration produced a dancefloor filler - On The floor, and this release continues their ethos of addictive house grooves, perfect for the sunshine.

Thursday, 06 April 2017 15:21

Rohey - A Million Things

Sold out gigs, high praise from Jamie Callum, and a five-star review in the Norwegian newspaper Dagsavisen confirm what we already knew - Rohey is different, exciting and a band you should know.

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.
Live or recorded, Norwegian band Rohey are jazzy, soulful, daring and utterly captivating.

In a recently posted video, we see a live performance of their second single - I Found Me, at Rockefeller, Oslo in front of a packed crowd.
Sunday, 05 February 2017 11:53

Rohey release their new single - I Found Me

2016 was quite a year for Norwegian band Rohey.

The jazzy soul quartet immediately created a stir after appearing at last years Scandinavian Soul Music Awards in Sweden, and soon found themselves supporting Bernhoft on tour and performing for thousands.

The bands lead singer, Rohey Taalah, also recently won a talent award from Jazzfest - unquestionably a correct decision.

When we first heard Rohey it wasn’t long before we went to see them live, and immediately invited them to perform at the Scandinavian Soul Music Awards 2016.

Some bands just deserve and demand attention and Rohey are without doubt one.

Now the Norwegian band release their highly anticipated official single "Is this all there is?" on Jazzland Recordings.

Thursday, 16 June 2016 14:25

Happy Hip Hop went backstage at SSMA 2016

American blog Happy Hip Hop attended the Scandinavian Soul Music Awards earlier this year and it seems they really enjoyed the event!

The relatively new website, driven by Gari ‘Harlem Globetrotter’ Harvey, covers prominently hip hop but also reaches out to R&B and soul. Whilst in Sweden they captured footage from several performances and also took the chance to go backstage and meet Norwegian band Rohey’s lead singer, Rohey Taalah and Swedish singer Jasmine Kara.

The compelling Norwegian singer Rohey Taalah takes a break from the band Rohey to join Reggie got beats on his new single ‘On the Floor’.

Produced by Reggie got beats, the result is a upbeat groove ready for summer weather and beach-side dancefloors. 

Friday, 02 October 2015 14:26

Rohey Live In Stockholm

If you crossed Nina Simone with the unique Australian band Hiatus Kaiyote then the result would perhaps sound something like the band ROHEY.

Saturday, 12 September 2015 13:23

Cosima and Rohey bring soul to the underground

Two different soulful sounds were represented in the dark, underground bar at Pet Sounds in Stockholm this week (10 September) with Cosima and Rohey.

Friday, 14 August 2015 00:20

Introducing Rohey (N)

The summer weather in Scandinavia may have been largely a disappointment, but it only took one listen to Norwegian band Rohey to put a huge, warm smile on our faces.

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