Since I didn’t tweet Eurovision this year I haven’t had chance to discuss all my favourite bits, so here is my top 10 most exciting moments of this year’s final… 1. Eric Saade reading out the results for Sweden! I had no idea this was going to happen so it was a brilliant surprise as… Continue reading Eurovision 2010: The Best Bits
I don’t have time to review every show I saw in full this year but there were several acts I want to highly recommend, so here are the top 10 best performances I saw at the festival this year. 1. HurtsThey were the act I was most excited about seeing, and they didn’t disappoint. Now… Continue reading Live review: The Great Escape 2010
I intended to post this last week but forgot, so rather belatedly, here are my top 30 singles of April… 1. Robyn – Fembots (Swedish release)2. The Wanted – All Time Low3. Nabiha – The Enemy4. Alphabeat – DJ5. Amanda Jenssen – The Rebounder6. Mini Viva – One Touch7. Robyn – Dancing on my Own8.… Continue reading Top of the Poptastic!
I was lamenting just the other day how rare it is nowadays to discover a brilliant pop song in my trawls through the charts of Europe… and then last weekend I did just that! The Enemy by Norwegian soul-pop singer Nabiha is one of the best songs I’ve heard in ages. It’s super-catchy and bursting… Continue reading I’m in love and I don’t want the antidote
Rebound! – Hurricane (Listen)I don’t know how to feel about this new duo, which consists of Eddie and Rabih from Sweden’s last Idol series. I’m delighted to see Eddie releasing music, but Rabih was one of my least favourites so I’m annoyed it has to be with him. Still, it probably does give them a… Continue reading New Pop on the Block
As a big fan and loyal follower of Alexander Bard, I had to write something about his new band Gravitonas, but I wanted to wait until there was some music to comment on before I made my judgement. Now the new group (consisting of Alexander, regular Melodifestivalen songwriter Henrik Wikström and a random beardy bloke… Continue reading Gravitating to Gravitonas
The PostellesThere’s one way to know for sure that a band or song is going to be big, and that’s when I like it despite it coming from a genre that I’m really not keen on. The Postelles make blokey mainstream indie, but they do it brilliantly well. They’re a protegée of one of The… Continue reading The Next Big Thing?