May 4th is no longer far away, which means Mumford and Sons‘ upcoming album soon will be in our hands. This is their third studio album and will go under the name ‘Wilder Minds’. For the eager ones it’s possible to pre-order your album on their website.
So far, three singles have been released from the album. Have a listen to them below.
During the years, series of documentaries about Nirvana and their lead member Kurt Cobain have been made. This year on May 4th, HBO will send the latest production ‘Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck’ on television. The film has been described as
“an unfiltered Kurt experience”
and focuses on Cobain on a personal plan during his living years.
We are looking forward to dig deeper into the Nirvana and Cobain flow. Watch the trailer for the documentary below:
Photo credit: screenshot from biography.com’s page about Kurt Cobain: (http://www.biography.com/people/kurt-cobain-9542179)
Roughly a year ago we wrote about the making of Klinande’s Music video ‘Jubel’. You can find the post here. Now Klingande feat Broken back is back with a new video for their latest single ‘Broken Back’.
Check it out below.
Hope you haven’t missed the upcoming release of Snoop Dogg’s Pharell-produced album BUSH! As we are waiting for the release on May 12th, we want to share his new video for the song ‘Peaches N Cream’, enjoy!
The Swedish duo Daniel Johansson and Joakim Sveningsson aka ‘Friska Viljor’ are back with the new single ‘In my sofa I’m safe’. The single was released on March 6th and totally lived up to my expectations. The duo is currently working on their sixth album and have been very generous to share some videos from the working progress of it. Watch them below.
And don’t forget to listen to the catchy, fresh single!
Check out Friska Viljor on their website, Facebook, Twitter and Spotify
Back in 2011, Gotye’s ‘Somebody that I used to know’ became a great hit and has been used for a lot of remixes during the years. There have also been a lot of covers on the song, here are three interesting versions I’ve chosen.
Which version is your favorite?
Gotye ft Kimbra (Original)
Walk of the Earth
The Swedish musician Jonathan Johansson is to release his new album ‘Lebensraum’ 18th of March. Jonathan recently released a video ‘Alla Helveten’ containing all the lyrics printed on screen. Jonathan once told that a lot of people are complaining because they can’t hear what he is singing. Therefore he decided to display the lyrics on the screen. When Jonathan and his friends were making the video, they came to realise that with the lyrics being shown on screen, the video became even more powerful.
Have a look at the video here:
We love this video. We love Jonathan Johansson. We love Malmö.
Jonathan is about to play in Sweden and Denmark in the near future, buy your tickets here
‘The People The Poet‘ is a British band with the album ‘The Narrator’ in their portfolio. The songs on the album are based on people’s life stories that have been sent to the band by their fans. The album was written over three years and got released in 2013.
Since we believe good work deserves attention and publicity, we want to lift it again!
Have a listen to the album here:
A few weeks ago the new Swedish festival ‘Where’s the Music?’ took its first place in Norrköping, Sweden. 4689 tickets where sold and the three days festival offered 144 artists performing on ten stages and a two days conference consisted by interesting lectures and delegates from all over the world.
The main goal with the festival was to introduce new talents to a bigger audience, to deliberate questions about the music business and build a platform for discussion and exchanges of ideas.
Two of the showcasing artists:
If you want to read more about the festival or find out which artists that performed, click here to get to the website.
We did not have the chance to attend, but looking forward to report live from the festival next year.
OkGo is really one of my favorite bands when it comes to making awesome and inspiring music videos. A lot of their videos are filmed in only one sequence which means they have to make everything correct throughout the whole video. Otherwise they have to start all over again. The videos contain a lot of humor and even though some of the videos may look “sparingly” designed, you never reach the point when you get tired of them.
Here are some of my favorites:
(I really had to sort these out because I think they’re all hilarious)
Besides from their awesome videos, OkGo’s latest album ‘Hungry Ghost’ just got available on Spotify. Have a listen!