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Swedish

Crystal Water: Swedish band Loveflowers sees the beauty within on Sea of Hope

Looking for the right way in the webs of illusions underwater, Loveflowers try to decipher the paths of cold and warmth in this vast ocean via the ear-tingling new release Sea of Hope.

Loveflowers are a Swedish alt-country/Americana 5-piece band who make those authentically wrapped smoothies we can all sip on with love.

Some of the most important things about their music are the rhythm, feeling and the sound of a particular song. The lyrics is hopefully something the listener can relate to in their own way.” ~ Loveflowers

Gleaning with hope and soothing vibrance which shall set your heart alight with so much radiant energy to swim inside, Loveflowers are that loving mood to deliver us a lofty delight which has come at precisely when we needed it most.

Sea of Hope from Swedish alt-country/Americana outfit Loveflowers is a calming soundtrack to when you just need to float away from the bad times and find that happy stream of contentment. Performed with care and love, whilst truly stimulating the soul, we are blessed by a fine experience to feel reinvigorated by.

When you see a welcome path open up, it’s best to take that gap when you can.

Lather yourself into this song on Spotify and see more news on their IG page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Can’t Seem To Find: Dahli returns with the soothing beat-filled delight, LIGHTS

Crackling hot and leading us into a better way of thinking, Dahli is mysteriously inviting on the flaming hot single to open up your mind to further possibilities on LIGHTS.

Dahli is an indie Swedish music producer and DJ who makes the kind of sublime soundscapes that will have you running merrily into the forests with much youthful abandon.

with inspiration taken from artist such as Forest Swords, John Maus and Solomun, just to name a few.” ~ Dahli

Seducing us inside the good vibrations that have your body grooving in delight, Dahli shows us the sound of life’s unexpected opportunities with a quite sumptuous effort to play on loud all night long.

LIGHTS from Swedish music producer and DJ Dahli is that stunning sizzler of a track your heart has been patiently craving for in 2022. Soaked in so much vivid imagination that might make your lips tingle, this is something to remember for its finely brewed quality.

When the lights go on, it’s best to make that night something special.

Listen up to this fine song on SoundCloud and view more on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Anders Jörnesten just wants to touch those great green pines on Wild Wild Country (Astrology Version)

After working from home during this horrific pandemic that is almost over, Anders Jörnesten takes that open road and knows that this is the place to be in order to find true peace in Wild Wild Country (Astrology Version).

Anders Jörnesten is a 43-year-old Stockholm, Sweden-based indie folk singer-songwriter who leads us into his new 10 track album called Astrology.

I’m inspired by folk, country and Americana music and artists as Colter Wall, Riddy Arman, John Prine, Vincent Neil Emerson, Willie Nelson and Blaze Foley. ~ Anders Jörnesten

With a completely genuine feel to proceedings that has you thinking you have just listened to someone who has that natural self-awareness many struggle to grasp, Anders Jörnesten is rather magnificent here. Showing us much grace and determination this is a welcome addition to our tired ears.

Searching for that actual truth throughout his road trip, it feels like we are listening to someone who is showing us what is needed to find that inner calm again.

Wild Wild Country (Astrology Version) from Swedish indie folk singer-songwriter Anders Jörnesten is a quite splendid single from an artist who has only just started releasing music. His vocals are raw and totally honest, setting the tone to what the world is feeling right now. Wishing to get away from the stress, the fights and the pain is the mission, by just venturing out for a while to see that old friend. A friend who got away from it all as now he gets left alone. Just the way he likes it.

Listen up to this lovely new song on Spotify and see more from his IG page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

That Late Night Cruise: Wheel drives through the temptation-filled streets on ‘Numeral’

Returning with a hypnotizing new single to show us into the quick-moving streets, Wheel turns the engine on to move us into a night-filled sky that has so much opportunity inside it on ‘Numeral‘.

Wheel is alias of the well-known Swedish electronic music producer and artist Ricard Magnusson. He makes a magnetic blend of ear-glowing sounds that washes away all those pesky self-doubts.

He has made music for adverts (Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg among others), done remix work for high-profile artists like Barry Adamson, and also produces his own material.” ~ Wheel

Gushing with quality like a tap which is overflowing with fresh water, this is a tremendously intriging track from a highly skilled producer. Featuring a fueled-up single that is sizzling with rubber spinning electricity, you feel like you are in a Fast and the Furious movie with Vin Diesel and ready for any adventure that awaits.

Numeral‘ from the classy Swedish music producer Wheel, is a midnight cruise single for when you are speeding into those temptation-packed streets – which can either bring you back in tune for where you need to go – or tempt you onto a path which you should rather avoid altogether. The beat is rather mysterious and you feel like you need to head outside, to remind yourself of what is truly out there if you look deeply enough for the answers.

Check out this new single on Spotify and see more via the IG music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Like A Book With A Missing Page: The Killing Tapes sees them losing control on ‘Dancing With The Devil In You’

Bringing us a haunting tale which is so striking into your knowing soul, The Killing Tapes sing with so much significant meaning on their latest song all about watching another person grow far apart from you, right before your watching eyes on ‘Dancing With The Devil In You’.

The Killing Tapes is a Sweden-based indie alt-dark rock/electronic duo band. They make that movie-like music which has you floating into another word entirely, due to their emotional creations which has you sensing that they are onto something rather unique.

Shortly into the writing process they both realized that the songs were of such quality and importance, they begun the writing and recording of the album Black.” ~ The Killing Tapes

This is the relevant story that hits home hard. You are with someone who you thought was special, as you see that they can’t control themselves and give up too easily in the face of internal conflict, You then agonizingly watch them destroy, the very beauty which made them so wonderful in the first place. Sung with such a rare intensity and backed up with a memorable background sound to truly remember, this is a dark-lit song of truth.

Dancing With The Devil In You‘ from the Swedish alt-rock/electronic duo act The Killing Tapes, sees them witnessing a loved one swimming into the lake of blood and unfortunately turning into someone else. This is the sad story of being around someone change so much, so fast, as you wish you could help them change but know that its probably over.

Made with an 80’s type ambiance, this is a cinematic soundtrack if there ever was one.

Hear this new single on Spotify and see more on their IG music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Losing My Mind: SALT heads to the edge of reason on the excellent ‘Master Of None’

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With such an honest lyrical output that has you looking into the mirror to see if you are headed into the right direction, SALT returns to our willing ears with the superb new single called ‘Master Of None‘.

Sofia Mellander aka SALT is a fantastic Swedish indie pop/folk artist from Stockholm who is now based in London. She brings her honest sense of humor to the fore and uses music to educate others, as well and expressing her inner creativity that is flourishing before our very eyes.

”I write about sex, incels, feeling useless, and feeling incredible.” – SALT

As sings with such grace and thoughtfulness, her smart mind is mixed with contrasting emotions that is born from being stuck inside for too long. She feels like she knows a lot but its not paying fruit at this stage, when actually it will later down the line when the stars align.

Her vocal ability is so glorious and heart warming, each note sung with such an elegantly alluring style that makes you smile with a cheeky grin, as you feel so warm inside your curious soul and get lost into her truthful story of working out who she really wants to be in life.

Master Of None‘ from the sensationally courageous London-based Sweden-born solo pop/folk artist SALT, is a fascinating journey into her cozy room — as she shows us her inner emotions — which carefully asking for love and direction again. Here is a multi-talented woman with a clearly beautiful heart, who has made such a gem to hold onto here.

Hear this new single on her Soundcloud and support her journey on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Soulful Electronica singer Tilda Allie releases latest single ‘BOI’

Swedish artist Tilda Allie has released her latest piece ‘BOI’, a dynamic yet gentle soulful pop tune that lives up to the quintessential influences of RnB and Neo-Soul.

After a mellow start in the first verse, the song builds towards powerful melodies that allow Tilda Allie to explore her best vocal skills. From the second chorus onwards, her voice ranges from silky smooth to bold with just a touch of grit, before opening up into an all-in soul effort that, if you love guitar like I do, will thrill you with genuine blues licks.  By the end of the song, we ‘ve fully transitioned into an electrifying RnB outcome.

Tilda Allie sings about how emotional abuse can lead to the loss of love for oneself. This is part of a 3-stage project that starts with STAGE 1: SADNESS. It’s about time we begin to explore the next ones.

Check out ‘BOI’ on Youtube.

Review by Jim Esposito.