“I wanted change in my life, and I reflected that a bit through the music I was making. Over the course of the album, I started getting more comfortable singing, and although the album is not in chronological order, it’s easy to hear in some of the tracks when I become a bit more confident. This past year has been a very exciting one for me. Lots of ups and lots of downs, but the music has always been an up or me. Something I always go back to when I get that sinking feeling in my chest. And then when I listen back to some songs, it’s a cool reminder to myself that I got over these things that at first felt like huge problems. Now I’m already really excited to get started on the next project.”
This cover is just too damn beautiful…
Fresh bubblegum pop with an infectious essence from Portland.
Track of the week. This is a charming sound exuding modern romance through a simple yet catchy pop song.
Alternative pop with a charming undertone.
“I wrote bed together after being in a toxic relationship. The craziest thing was that both of us knew it was bad but neither would leave. Every night ‘we’d still end up in bed together.”
Here’s a really exciting new indie electronica talent from Germany. Quite the unique sound here…
A flawlessly polished fusion of RnB and subtle Afrobeat.
“The Anti-Terror Album’ is an alternative pop music record that I have written as a response to a clandestine governmental terror exercise that I got hold of and leaking through art and music. I am interested in contemporary music that have empowering, political ambitions and effects. The Anti-Terror Album is presented through the Museum of Contemporary Art [DK] and Creative Europe [EU] and is recorded with an amazing team of diverse musicians in Copenhagen, Belgrade and London.”