Norwegian electro pop. Check out here.
Tag Archives: Norwegian Music
I’ll be in Malmö Arena tonight to watch this camp ball of fun that is Eurovision 2013. Truth be told, this year’s entries have all been a bit lukewarm bar Norway and Denmark (above), but you know- anything can happen tonight.
The show kicks off 21:00 Sweden time, and if it’s not showing in your country then you can watch it online over on Eurovision’s official website!
I might tweet a bit, so follow me on my Twitter if you’re up for it.
Norway’s coming out with some really strong indie pop of late- and this is no exception. Check out here.
A few weeks ago I suggested some tracks for American Express to feature on their pages, and they’ve come up with a really quite brilliant playlist of emerging Scandinavian artists.
… is one for Young Dream’s new single. I’m not sure why I’m drawn to the story behind this, I just think it grips you in to a different world.
Eclectic and stylish Norwegian pop that would sound perfect in a dark and hot club somewhere late at night. Check out here.
The singer behind Norwegian epic-pop group Blackroom has launched his own project under the name of Subshine. It plays on the clubby 80s and 90s UK sound but still manages to hit a current vibe. Check out here.
Truls is another example of the recent wave of great new Norwegian indie pop. Check out here.
This is the song going through to represent Norway at this year’s Eurovision. I’m a little shocked at how good it is; not all the songs from the other countries have been chosen yet but this is already getting my vote. Something out of this world would have to happen for me to change my mind. Go Margaret Berger.