The past week we’ve seen some fabulous bands of great diversity get registered on Emues. Here are a few:
Sepia is a Finnish folk pop duo including Victoria Lindqvist’s powerful voice and Lauri Schreck on guitar. They sing in Finlandsvenska. Enjoy.
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Nasma is a grunge and metal rock band from Malmö, Sweden. These talented youngsters say they are influenced by the dirty city streets.
Forest Families is a Swedish band from Stockholm, leading the forest rock genre. They’ve been nominated Newcomer of the Week on Spotify and winner of the music competition “Spinnrocken” in Stockholm.
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TungRøg meaning heavy smoke in Danish is a heavy group of energetic, beat popping, hiphopers that will ensure you can’t stand still. These guys are made to play live.
All these bands are ready to be booked by YOU! So, get clicking.
The new single from Swedish band High Coast, Talvatis, is inspired by the mystical stillness of the cold and dark northern winter.
High Coast is based in Malmö, Sweden, and make music with influences of americana, folk, pop and jazz music. Talvatis, named after a lake in northern Sweden, is the first single from High Coast’s eponymous EP. High Coast began to make music in 2010, at the time consisting of Daniel Walke and Per Gustafsson, a duo using guitar and banjo. Today, the band is made up of Daniel Walke, Joel Nelson, Per Gustafsson, Olof Bergström, and Sebastian Andersson, all of whom play multiple instruments, including mandolin and accordion.
High Coast’s first EP will be released by the independent label Red Tape Recordings during Spring 2013.
High Coast is on Emues, ready to be suggested and booked wherever they’ve got fans. Go suggest!