A quick round up of what’s happening in the world of Scandinavian Soul.
Moses Hightower release their new second album – Önnur Mósebók
Their debut album “Búum til börn” from 2010, established Moses Hightower as grand and ambitious artists, as well as producers of excellent soul music. Now they are back with a new album Önnur Mósebók (Exodus) from which the first single, Stutt Skref, has spent long periods on the Icelandic top hit list on Channel 2.
The band Moses Hightower was founded in 2007 and consists of the Andri Olafsson (bass and vocals), Daniel Fridrik Bödvarsson (guitar and background vocals), Magnus Eliasson Trygvasyni (drums) and Steingrímur Carl Teague (keyboards and vocals).
Önnur Mósebók was released 9th August 2012 on RecordRecords.
Marie Dahlstrøm (DK) releases new single – Search
Magnum Coltrane Price (SWE) finishes new album
Here’s a demo track from upcoming album ‘R313EDi 2.0’ which isn’t the easiest to say!
Mary’s Mine (SWE) ready for September release of debut album ‘ Another day’
You can also see Mary’s Mine live at Fasching, Stockholm Friday 21 September
Follow Maria on: @marys_mine
Quadron (DK) – Average Fruit – Remixed
Hot new remix of Quadron’s (DK) Average Fruit, produced by British producer/DJ IAMNOBODI
Nabiha (DK) climbs the UK urban chart with her hit single ‘Never Played The Bass’
At the time of writing Danish soul singer Nabiha is sitting at No.2 on the UK Urban Chart!
Stine Kinck (DK) New Video for Bye Bye
Sporting a new hair cut and her super fine street style, Stine Kinck returns in the new video “Bye Bye” by von Daler & Low Pressure. The song is taken from the album “Bitter Sweet” by von Daler & Low Pressure (Dubsoul Records 2012)