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What’s bloggin’ in Sweden, GNUČČI? (part 4/4)

The past week we have been posting a mini-series called ‘What’s Bloggin’ in Sweden’, and this is the final post in this series. 

GNUČČI shares her music blog insights

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The whole Emues Crew freaks out every time GNUČČI releases any new tracks. Her work is always composed by crazy rythm and lyrics, creative videographics and grooves! We are star struck about having her chip in to this mini series sharing her top Swedish music blog tips. Ladies and gentlemen put your hands up for….. GNUČČI!

The absolute best way to discover any kind of music, Swedish or other is to go straight to the source.

These days you can choose to get it all from the artist or label and best is Soundcloud, but also Facebook and Twitter pages and that is 4-ever gonna be the best way to discover music! I´d like to namedrop following Swedish Soundcloud pages:

Svensk Bas

Julia Spada

AnnaMelina

Stocktown is nice. You can filter by countries, this is the Swedish one.

Spotify. Here’s a Spotify playlist with some Swedish hiphop: Digster SVENSK HIPHOP

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Check out previous tips by these lovely people Martin Thörnkvist, Ladyfest Malmö, and Patrik Larsson!

What are your top sources for new music inspiration in your home country? Share them with us by emailing crew@emues.com, tweeting to @EmuesLive or by commenting in the comment field below.

What’s Bloggin’ in Sweden, Patrik Larsson? (Part 3/4)

Several Swedish music industry professionals have shared their top online destinations for Swedish music inspiration. So far, Martin Thörnkvist and Ladyfest Malmö have shared their blog tips.

Next up is Patrik Larsson

patrick-larssonPatrik Larsson is a guru in the Swedish music business. Involved in many exciting projects as A&R, consultant, manager and currently working at Uniform Beat, a division of Playground Music Scandinavia.

Check out one of his projects, VadUpp, a creative platform showcasing emerging Hip-Hop from the Nordic countries.

Here are his top 3 Swedish music blog tips:

PSL

Discobelle

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Don’t miss the upcoming music blog tips from GNUČČI! Stay tuned.

What’s bloggin’ in Sweden, Ladyfest Malmö? (part 2/4)

We’ve been asking folks where they find their new music inspiration online, so we thought we’d create a mini-blog series to share their Swedish blog tips with you! (Did you miss the first post, featuring Martin Thörnkvist? Check it out.)

Ladyfest Malmö holds the mic

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Next up in our “What’s bloggin’ in Sweden?”-series is Ladyfest Malmö – a feminist cultural association that promotes gender equality within music, culture and the arts. Ladyfest is a global movement, with groups of activists in cities around the world, working to ensure that women get as much representation as men in the local and global cultural landscape. Follow these ladies on Facebook and Instagram

Emelie Veide of Ladyfest Malmö shares her destinations for her online new Swedish music shot (originally written in Swedish):

Continue reading What’s bloggin’ in Sweden, Ladyfest Malmö? (part 2/4)

What’s bloggin’ in Sweden, Martin Thörnkvist? (part 1/4)

We are super proud to be partly based in Malmö, Sweden. It’s an inspiring place for both music and startups! More and more frequently friends from overseas ask us for recommendations of Swedish music blogs and channels that are good at highlighting new upcoming Swedish music.

We’d like to lighten up this week by adding some lovely music spots for you to hangout online. So we’ve reached out to some of our friends asking them for their top 3+ places to go to for their weekly Swedish music shot. We’re calling this mini-series “What’s bloggin’ in Sweden?” So the coming four days, starting today, you will hear from four lovely and inspiring friends of ours: Martin Thörnkvist, GNUČČI, Patrick Larsson and Ladyfest!

Martin Thörnkvist holds the mic

Martin-Thörnkvist

As an entrepreneur, founder of the label Songs I Wish I had Written, manager for the artist Motoboy, media trend-analyst and now director of The Conference Martin surfs the world-wide-web on a minute-frequent basis for new tech, trends and music.

Check him out on his website.

My top places to go to for my daily Swedish music shot are: 

PSL

Spotinews

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Discobelle

Gimmeindie

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Tomorrow in ‘What’s bloggin’ in Sweden?’ you will hear from Ladyfest Malmö through Emelie, about their best online spots for Swedish music. Stay tuned!

What’s your favourite online hangout for new upcoming music? Share with us below or on twitter @Emueslive