Those two Swedish pop institutions have visuals. The single is out on March 31st.
Swedish Pop Queen Robyn has made Zhala her first signing on her record label, Konichiwa Records. Zhala’s unique pop sound seems like a perfect fit for Robyn, so it’s exciting to think what will come of it all. Her debut EP ‘Prophet’ was released yesterday.
Two massive Swedish pop icons, together. Enough said. Neneh’s new album is out later this month.
Proof that Robyn’s music is timelessly fantastic, here’s some new visuals from the lady herself for a song that’s years old but still sounds fresh.
What a great remix of Robyn’s from Carousel! So sweet.
This is very obviously pop music, but beyond that it’s hard to describe the sound. The Robyn cover is brilliant. Check out here.
Love this! A mash up from Robyn’s ‘Dancing on my Own’ and Avicii’s ‘Fade into Darkness’ by Mario Santiago.
I’ve made no secret of how much I like Andreas Moe. He’s making huge impact over in native Sweden for his effortlessly catchy and beautifully stylish songs. Anyway, he’s finally coming over to the UK to plug his sounds via his new debut EP Collecting Sunlight on June 25th, and so it feels only right to give it a mention.
Having played in several bands in Sweden, and having leant his voice to a number of dance tracks, he signed his first UK publishing deal in January 2011. His collaborations already include DJ Avicii (Fade into Darkness) and John de Sohn (Long Time).
A French re-working of Robyn’s ‘Call Your Girlfriend’ by Marie-Mai. It’s nice.