Ea Kaya – 4AM

Ea Kaya

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Live: Amanda Tenfjord at Ja Ja Ja

London’s biggest monthly showcase dedicated solely to Scandinavian music featured one of Norway’s most promising pop starlets last night, Amanda Tenfjord.

The amount of talent that has emerged from the country this year has been exceptional so I am keen to see what else is in store in 2019.

Sweden’s Orkid (channelling a sassy electro sound) and Denmark’s Luster (with a unique blend of power pop and rock) also played sets in the evening.

Watch: KOPS – Salvation (Live)

This starts as a standard acoustic track, but boy does it grow bigger and bigger by the end. Epic and understated in a way you’d only expect from a Scandinavian talent.

KOPS

David44 – Truth

I featured David44 last year and it’s nice to see that this Copenhagen-based Icelandic talent is still delivering slick dance-pop vibes.

David44

Live: Ea Kaya at Gold Dust London

I haven’t been to watch newcomers at Gold Dust for quite some time but it was great to finally go back to see that this showcase evening still has some of the most promising talent out there. I caught a stripped-back set from Denmark’s Ea Kaya, which was delivered beautifully. Other acts included the (amazing) ASHS, Curtis Walsh and Average Joe.

New Music: Elias Boussnina

Experimental Danish RnB and pop that’s ahead of it’s time while still being an easy listen.

Elias Boussnina