All posts tagged: stockholm

MANKIND Share Their Latest Garage Rock Single ‘Three Handfuls Of Dirt’

Swedish rockers MANKIND make their return with a healthy dealing of dark and powerful garage rock. Just a second under four minutes in length, ‘Three Handfuls Of Dirt’ is a slow building drill of electrifying guitar riffs and thunderous drums before exploding into intense climax that would raise the dead. Ironically the track is taken from their forthcoming EP ‘Death’, out May 12.

Thomas Sekelius Share the MVRE Remix of ‘Awakening’

Swedish influencer Thomas Sekelius continues to leave his mark on the world of pop, this time bringing forth the MVRE remix to his debut single ‘Awakening’. Whilst maintaining the overall feel of the original, the rework weaves between club with a head-nodding bounce and big room pop. Sekelius sparks another match to his current blaze. The ‘Awakening (MVRE Remix) is out now. Have a listen. Read more […]

Check Out SQRD’s Atmospheric Track ‘Together’

Coming off of the back of his 2016 EP ‘Gold’, Swedish producer SQRD make his return with a hazy and atmospheric single entitled ‘Together’. The surreal and gorgeous production is orchestrated with the use of SQRD’s signature soothing vocal placements atop a spacious palette of lush synths and mid-tempo drum kicks. ‘Together’ is yet another brilliant release by the Stockholm artist. Have a listen.

Ängie Shares Her Latest Track ‘Spun’

Last year Stockholm’s Ängie shook up the industry with her edgy debut single ‘Smoke Weed Eat Pussy’, only to follow-up the track with ‘Housewife Spliffin’. And whilst the somewhat shocking tracks enabled some writers in the press to dub her as controversial, it was evident that there was a pop star quality ready to explode. Ängie quickly inked a deal with Universal and the rest is history.

Felin Share Their New Song ‘Shackles’

Stockholm-based Felin are definitely one our our fave Scandinavian groups. With their impressive self-titled EP released at the end of 2016, the duo celebrate International Women’s Day with a new song entitled ‘Shackles’. With singer Elin Blom voicing her opinon on the current state of women’s rights around the globe, the tune is available for streaming down below. Placing a call to action, Felin wrote: “Wait wait wait, yes it’s bad, but the hope is there! Things are changing, people question Read more […]

Olsson Will Make You Dance with ‘One In A Million’

Having made a name for himself working with Charli XCX and more, Sweden’s Olsson has dropped his new single ‘One In A Million’ on Universal. Bubbling with vibrancy, the dance pop tune doesn’t slack on production, incorporating blazing horns atop 90s breakbeat drum patterns. This song follows Olsson’s ‘Hold On’ EP which was released towards the end of last year.

Rebekka Karijord Interview

The music of Rebekka Karijord is poetry, it’s passion…it’s art. It is the kind of art that is soul touching, often times helping to foster tear-led moments within the listener. Whilst those reoccurring periods have been a constant throughout her musical career, Karijord’s latest album ‘Mother Tongue’ reflects one of the most dynamic and powerful moments…the birth of life.

ColoRising Exclusive Interview with Rebekka Karijord

The music of Rebekka Karijord is poetry, it’s passion…it’s art. It is the kind of art that is soul touching, often times helping to foster tear-led moments within the listener. Whilst those reoccurring periods have been a constant throughout her musical career, Karijord’s latest album ‘Mother Tongue’ reflects one of the most dynamic and powerful moments…the birth of life.

Listen to Crying Day Care Choir’s ‘Sad Season’

Stockholm trio Crying Day Care Choir make their return with the single ‘Sad Season’, out now via Warner Music. Whilst the title would suggest something quite melancholic, the hand-clapping alt-folk recording stands with hope in the face of turbulence. we have a stream of ‘Sad Season’ which you can listen to down at the bottom. Check it out. Read more […]

Stockholm’s Death Team Share Their Latest Single ‘Work’

Let’s be honest, most people hate going to work. Some would even say that’s an understatement. For those who dread slaving away at their day, Stockholm duo Death Team have create the soundtrack to her daily misery. Their latest single ‘Work’ deals with that very topic. Using bouncy trap meets pop production, they also unearth the flip side of the coin which is, if you don’t work, you don’t get paid!