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- Click ‘Suggest new concert’ and type ‘Anna Jadéus’
- Select suitable venue and date
- Click the ‘Suggest’-button, easy!
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Official flyer by Mix Musik.
J.Tex and The Volunteers, are inviting you on a road-trip through Sweden – in the wait for the release of their new album.
The album Old Ways vs. New Ways is released January 30th on Heptown Records. J.Tex was one of the first to get booked through Emues by his fans! Suggest a gig with J.Tex here.
Earlier this year, our super crazy favourite Ana Rab aka. Gnučči released her praised EP “Psychohappy”.
Check out this new video release for the A.RAB track!
The video is directed by Roxy Farhat who’s also the brilliant mind behind the award-winning “WORK!” and “Finders Keepers” from the same EP.
Listen to the full Psychohappy EP on Spotify:
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We had the opportunity to meet up with this Swedish Indie-Folk-Americana band to chat about music, building a band, inspiration and more.
Watch the full interview with High Coast below.
We had the opportunity to meet up with this up-and-coming band for a coffee and a chat about music, building a band, working together as a team and connecting with fans.
Watch the full interview with Joe & The Anchor below.
You can still get your tickets for the show on October 30th – see you there!
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We love Albin and his new single ‘Din Soldat’, the looping beats and the up-lifting crystal clear lyrics, hit you straight in your midsummer heart. So we have put down the lyrics for this track on paper for you (In Swedish, feel free to Google Translate). Enjoy!
Låt mig vara din soldat. Låt mig vara din soldat. Har du också tänkt sista gången, och gjort samma misstag om igen sen. Har du också legat vaken flera nätter panik massa pressade tänder. Har du också lovat dig själv att imorn tar jag tag i mig själv. Har du också provat deras norm, och sen insett att du inte är som dom. Har du också satt i en bil, bara kört till du inte har bensin. Har du också tänkt att om jag flyr, kommer allt bli bra inuti. Har du också fattat tillslut att den enda som kan rädda dig är du.Du behöver inte bära allt själv, för jag har känslan precis som du känt.
Jag har sett hur den där skiten alltid tär på dig, jag kommer kriga för din skull och finnas där för dig. När du stupar nästa gång så vill jag bära dig. Låt mig vara din soldat.
Har du också kört huvudet i väggen så hårt att det känns som du sprängt det. Har du också svurit att aldrig ge upp det du drömt om som framtid. Har du ocskå stått på ditt jobb, sen känt att du är värd med än så. Har du också stressat ihjäl dig för en lön som knappt ger dig själ nej. Jag har också tappat ibland och snabbt försökt komma ikapp. Jag har också set när du faller och försökt bygga nytt ifrån marken. Jag har också varit nära min gräns så jag fattar precis hur det känns. Men jag lovar att allt kommer vända om vi lovar att tro på oss själva.
För dom pekar, blinkar in oss vinkar hitåt, måste bli nåt, skapar normer, väcker sorger, skapar luftslott utav ångest, informerar, propagerar, ger oss manus för att leva, så vi blundar för det skeva, men om du frågar kan vi segra!
“I am moving to Stockholm, and I’d be happy to run your errands” – David Letterman.
As I am a big fan of this duo, I just wanted to share this video with you all.
Watch the amazing sisters in First Aid Kit perform “My Silver Lining” from their new album “Stay Gold” on the Late Letterman show.
Be sure to check out their new album below on Spotify.
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I started playing and writing music when I was a kid, but the Tim the Lion Tamer project itself started about three years ago. I had written a few songs and was asked by a friend to perform at Mässingshornet in Kirseberg. So I did that and then it just went on from there.
“When I was in high school, I got an F in music.” – Tim the Lion Tamer
I haven’t been performing a lot lately. I think the last gig was like a year ago or something like that. But most of my gigs have been in and around Malmö – Stapelbädden, Mascot, Slottsträdgården, På Besök, Café Montag and so forth.
I just attended a showing of my dream apartment, a five-room flat right on Fersens väg, so getting that certainly qualifies. Otherwise it would be to finally record that debut EP I’ve been blabbering on about for the last two years. I think I just need to get it out of my system.
I’m very satisfied and very humbled for sure. Performing at Kick-Start Babel is sort of like a milestone for me – so many great acts and artists have started out doing just that. I remember contacting Peter Briggs back in 2011 and basically begging for a gig, without any luck, but now I guess I’m ready for Babel. Or maybe Babel is finally ready for me.
I usually make up my mind regarding the set list the same day as the actual gig takes place, but I’ll probably do a mixture of covers and self-penned stuff. Whistleblower, Ballad For Caroline, So Many Miles Ago and so on. I’ve been listening a lot to Bruce Springsteen and Simon & Garfunkel lately, so the chance of there being a few of their songs is fairly big.
Well, cheerio to you lad! My creativity behaves like a volcano, sort of; I mope around for weeks and sometimes months without writing a single sentence and then: Boom. Eruption. Lava everywhere.
The best songs are the ones that write themselves. And the less I think about what I’m writing, the more honest and true and poetic the writing becomes. You kinda make sense of it all afterwards. I envy people who are able to just sit down and write a song on a regular Tuesday.
Recording is a completely different thing, however. It is extremely time-consuming and you really have to put in the hours. I try to carve out an hour here and there after work and on weekends and stuff like that, but it’s still a very slow process. I’m very spontaneous when it comes to songwriting – but a bloody perfectionist when it comes to recording.
Hard to say really. I used to find inspiration in everything – I would sit on the bus and tap my fingers against my knees and come up with a melody in my head, but not anymore. It’s still there somewhere though, I just have a harder time channeling it now.
Right now I’m mostly trying to make sense out of old material actually. But since it’s new for everyone else: Yes, I am.
Do you think you can borrow that hologram projector they used at Coachella to revive Tupac Shakur? In that case my answer would be Hologram 2Pac. Otherwise, I would love to perform with my friends in Wittsell 3 and High Coast.
Fans are now in the process of booking Tim The Lion Tamer and Black River Delta at KICK-START at Babel in Malmö, Sweden.
Get a ticket for yourself and a friend to be a part of booking these amazing up & coming bands. When enough tickets are sold, the gig is on!
This amazing song-writer mesmerizes with his folk and indie-inpsired tunes. Tim the Lion Tamer‘s clear and deep voice resonates into the soul.
Black River Delta is a blues rock band from Sweden, with an industrial and naked sound. This trio makes music that takes you back to the future.
KICK-START has several concert suggestions open to be booked by fans through Emues during the coming months. Check out the complete line-up and get your tickets to book the best, new, local bands around.