This sound reminds me a lot of Jason Mraz. It’s lovely to listen to. Perfect for a Sunday morning. Check out here.
Listen to some crazy ass Swedish bass-filled dance. Good, right?
This video has gone straight to rotation on Chart Show TV and Kerrang! TV in the UK – and as of last week they have also officially been taken on by the same live agency as One Direction and McFly. So you’ll probably see a whole load of these guys very soon near you. Check out here.
This is Swedish stadium rock. It could have passed as cheesy and corny but actually it’s pretty good. I think, anyway. Check out here.
Infectious new pop from London. Check out here.
I’m not sure what this is- it’s kinda funk, isn’t it? Check out here.
It’s a good week for new Swedish music. This is Sol. I don’t really understand what he’s singing about, but it’s really nice to listen to. So here it is. Check out here.
Songs like this are the reason I sit for hours every week going through music to put up on here. This song got me a bit teary. Which is something rare. Amazing Swedish soul. Check out here.
I was meaning to show this video last week but I didn’t get the chance to. Cute Swedish beats matched to a very, very fluffy kitty.
This bit of raw UK talent is mind blowingly good.
There’s a certain whiff of Amy Winehouse in this, which makes it very enjoyable. Check out here.
Hervé’s been around for what seems like ages now, and his tunes have been world class right from the start. I don’t understand why he isn’t a household name yet. Anyway, enjoy this.
Alpines make that level of pop that’s just pure class. Check out here.
Beautiful, cute, simple Swedish pop. Check out here.
Shoegaze/ pop. Check out here.
And it’s sort of amazing. I wish the sound quality was better. Hoodlums are a new band already championed by the likes of Q Magazine and BBC 6Music due to their gloriously unpredictable live shows.
Evocative of the finest moments of Friendly Fires’ output, fused with the sonic majesty of M83 and perhaps even reminiscent of early Orbital. Check out here.
I LOVE this hard. Seye made a name for himself playing guitar for big name pop artists such as Paloma Faith, The Noisettes and Ellie Goulding. Now he’s going it alone and ‘White Noise’ is the first offering. Check out here.