Conchita Wurst made a dramatic comeback last week and now drops yet another new single titled ‘Hit Me’. Continue reading
Amy Shark launches long awaited debut album Love Monster and it sounds exactly like you would expect. Continue reading
Christine and the Queens returns with smooth and sensual funk track ‘Girlfriend’. Continue reading
Svala serves a fresh dosis of stylish electro pop for Iceland on the Eurovision Stage. Continue reading
Attitude and emotions on Seinabo Sey’s soulful debut album
Seinabo Sey came seemingly out of nowhere when her single ‘Younger’ became an international hit. The track gained her rave reviews and recognition in her home country Sweden, but did not really take off over the borders until the hot Norwegian producer Kygo remixed the track (not that it really needed a remix, but it helped her career internationally so why not?). It was number 1 in Norway for weeks and other countries showed some love as well. After the release of the EP’s For Madeleine and For Maudo, dedicated to and named after her parents, it is finally time for her first full length record called Pretend, released on the 23rd of October.
Kate Boy brings electro pop to ADE
Amsterdam is currently celebrating the huge Amsterdam Dance Event where every club and concert venue is organising special shows. Every top DJ from all around the world travels to the Dutch capital for one of the biggest party’s of the year. The club and concert venue Melkweg set up a night of electronic pop during this festival and invited the Swedish and Australian electronic band Kate Boy to perform. The trio does not yet have an album out (One will be released in November) but they have enough material to give an hour long energetic show full of dark, but swinging electro pop.
Electro pop band from Northern Ireland releases hit worthy ‘Crazy’
Can there ever be enough electro pop bands with female vocals? Of course not! The more the better, especially when they sound as good as LORIS, an upcoming band from Northern Ireland. They already received some support from the influential BBC Radio 1, but they are going for more with the brand new single ‘Crazy’, a catchy, electronic pop number driven by pulsing drums and captivating vocals. Is it radio friendly? Yes. Is it hit worthy? Yeah! Does this need a bigger audience? Well, hell yeah!
Aurora enchants Melkweg with magical voice and songs
The star of Norwegian pop starlet Aurora is rising fastly. The singer-songwriter does not have an album out yet, but her singles so far made a big impression on the web and she is often tipped as the next big thing. She is on a European tour at the moment and managed to sell out the ‘Oude Zaal’ in Melkweg in Amsterdam. With her debut LP out in March 2016, she has a lot of new music to introduce to her audience and it’s safe to say her magical voice, fairytale like songs and quirky stage personality enchanted Amsterdam!
Australian talent drops promising electro pop singles
Frequent visitors of this blog might have already realized that I am a sucker for good electro pop music. Whenever I come across an interesting upcoming artist in this genre, I just need to write about it to spread the word. That’s why I want to introduce to you all, the Australian artist Melwonder. The singer from Melbourne, formerly known as Melwonderland, dropped two singles lately called ‘Games’ and ‘Moody Girl’ and both are promising to say the least! Continue reading
Tove Styrke delivers undeniably strong second record
When Tove Styrke made it to the last rounds of the Swedish version of Idols in 2009, she was just 16 years old. After the show, she took some time to create an album she could be proud of. She delivered a set of electro pop songs with a distinct sound. Now, almost five years later, Styrke has a second album ready, called Kiddo. The young pop star sounds feisty and determined and the songs are punchier and full of personality. What more could a person want than an excellently produced album with twelve undeniable choruses?