It’s just gone a couple of weeks since we released Popterror’s latest single, “Skogsbilväg”, together with a computer game (http://spel.popterror.se). Next week, on Tuesday, it’s time again for a new and truly awesome single from this Northern sextet, a single called “Svart som natten” (Black as night).
Until then, if interested, please listen to “Skogsbilväg” on Spotify (use this link): Popterror – Skogsbilväg
Our most popular songs on Spotify, in Sweden, during September are these three (use this link to listen to them, on Spotify): Sep 2013
And for the first time since I don’t know when have Oh My dropped from first place. Instead Lars Ludvig Löfgren’s beautiful pop-song “Valentine” took a landslide this particular month. Also cool to notice is the fact that We are the Storm’s superb “Shoreline” have made it into the top three (for the second time in two years). Indeed it’s gone quite some time since we released that track, but it’s still a damn good song if you ask me.
Nearly on the day 16 years ago we released this six track mid CD from our skate pop punk band Carpe Wade (later shorted to WADE). A CD which besides a version of their hit song “Elvis” contained five cover recordings of the King, like a tribute to the one and only you might say.
So if interested to check out some West Side history, use anyone of these links;
On Spotify: Wade – Wade Plays Elvis
On WiMP: http://wimpmusic.se/album/14458739
Within a couple of weeks a new Popterror single will be alive and available, a single named “Svart som natten” (Dark as the night).
Before that why don’t check out their old school computer game “Skogsbilväg” (Forest road), a game made specially for their latest, and indeed great, single with the same name.
Here is a link for the game: http://spel.popterror.se
And here is a Spotify link to that particular pop song: Popterror – Skogsbilväg
Tomorrow, Wednesday 20:30, will Lars Ludvig Löfgren appear live on Swedish national radio P3, in their program series Session. Which means they’ll play a couple of songs live combined with answer questions from the audience etc etc.
So if interested, lend an ear or two to the FM-band or listen afterwords on the net. Or if you by any chance are near Gothenburg, get your socks over to the radio house and join the session live and direct.
Until then, for you to hear what Lars Ludvig Löfgren is all about, use this Spotify-link and listen to their P3 play listed song “Valentine”, a truly superb pop-track, if you ask me: Lars Ludvig Löfgren – Valentine
If interested, check out the new song from KFM by using this video link: http://vimeo.com/78805156
KFM is also the man behind the quite famous art project “Whore King”, were he produced a couple of fake coins, just to fool the media, with an inscription that proclaimed the swedish king as a whoremaster.
If everything turns out as we’ve planed there will only be two more releases from this office this year.
What we know for sure is that next week will the new single from KFM, called “Mardrömmar”, be out for each and everyone. A video is also produced for this particular and catchy song, a video that will be on line any day now. And as always when it comes to KFM and a new single, Andreas Mattsson has produced it with the honor.
A couple of weeks later, on the third of December, we will give you the new and truly awesome Popterror single, ”Svart som natten”. But more about that later.
If you like songs that keep harping on the same string, then listen to this one. “Story & Rhyme”, a damn cool song with a great repeating end. Should be a last song favorite whenever Penniless play live. On Spotify here: Penniless – Story & Rhyme
Finally it’s available (a few days late) on Spotify, the new and truly awesome indie-pop album from Lars Ludvig Löfgren. Why don’t you listen to it yourself by using this link: Lars Ludvig Löfgren – Sugar Hill
As said before, next Tuesday will we release the debut album from Mister Foreman, a band which were born under the moniker The Blues.
The song sent for radio are “Tears”, which you all could listen to, and view, through this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAdjLrFctsw
What you will see, and listen to, when using the link, is a text video for this cool song “Tears”.