Tag: Radio
image for A Shining Light in the World of Folk Pop. - Hazlett: Tell Me What You Dream About
Posted by Krister Axel
Hazlett writes consistently fantastic songs at the intersection of folk and pop, with a distinctive vocal aesthetic and an ever-present acoustic guitar.
image for Stunning Soul Pop Debut from Dutch Artist Based in Sweden. - Valère Géron: You Don't Want My Heart
Posted by Krister Axel
This vibrant combination of retro tones and lively pop energy takes notes from Amy Winehouse, The Gorillaz, and even The Police.
image for Brisbane Songwriter Makes New Home in Stockholm. - Hazlett: My Skin
Posted by Krister Axel
Nostalgic folk pop blends wistful, introspective lyrics with lush soundscapes and a touch of ballroom panache.
image for Introducing Swedish Retro Pop Band Dina Ögon: Tombola 94
Posted by Krister Axel
Somehow putting a Swedish stamp on the dance-friendly pop sound that feels as timeless as an obscure Motown b-side.
image for Killer Indie Folk Rock Debut from Sweden. - Otinget: Gone in the Morning
Posted by Krister Axel
An all-original and enticing debut that feels a bit like The Black Keys jamming with The White Stripes in Wilco's garage.
image for Exciting Indie Debut from Swedish Musical Collective. - Listen to Kone Mara: The Ordinary Place
Posted by Krister Axel
Explores the recursive relationship between everyday human experience and the internal search for an intellectual and spiritual sense of home.
image for New Release from Swedish Artist on Nettwerk Records. - Freyr: Modern Ages
Posted by Krister Axel
With a distinct thread of intimacy and understated electronic mojo, Freyr presents a solid group of songs that explore the nexus between Folktronica, indie pop, and singer-songwriter.
image for Aggressive Electronic Pop with Hints of Deep House. - Pawl x Discrete x Ebenezer: 5 AM
Posted by Krister Axel
A groove-heavy party anthem that can be heard as both a celebration of late-night debauchery, and a condemnation of it.
image for The Color Red (feat. Tova Strandell & Pontus de Wolfe) - The Door
Posted by Krister Axel
Mixes beautiful craftsmanship with a message of healing that is all the more appropriate in these difficult times.