18 November 2015

Sanna Stuardo

Last week we released this catchy tune (Spotify link):

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The song itself received some pretty good words, if interested check it out;

13 October 2015


On Thursday, the 15th, we will release another great song by MODESTIJ, the super cool CONEY ISLAND BABY. Until then, please listen to this one, by using this Spotify link, since it is also a cruel one:

5 October 2015

Spotify July

Looked through the latest statement from Spotify, current July. In general it was a pretty weak month for us and among our three most played songs, concerning Sweden, we find two older and one newer. Interested to know which, check out this playlist:

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17 September 2015

Rickard och Juvelerna

On Monday the 21st, this coming Monday, will we release a new single from Gothenburg’s Rickard och Juvelerna, a single who has quirky been named, ”Du som aldrig har levat (kan inte bara dö)” (You who have never have lived (can’t just die)).

Until then, please check out this great band by follow them on Spotify, simply by using this link:

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16 September 2015

A new video..

Better late than never, but here you have a super cool video from the alternative rock act The No Truster. A video made for a great song called ”Get Me Up” (released just over two years ago on the album “Bolts”), which we indeed need sometimes, help to get up, I mean.
So please, if interested, check it out by using this link:   The No Truster – Get Me Up 

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31 August 2015

Eight years ago…

Eight years ago, time passes by and that’s for sure, we released this particular song, a song that have meant a lot to us as a door opener, at the time. ”Don’t let those bastards reel you in”, as the song is called, is probably one of our most popular. And still when I listen to it now I can honestly say; ”not everything is better these days”.
If you haven’t heard it before, use this Spotify link to check it out, it’s well worth it:
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25 August 2015


A brief look back at what was our most played songs on Spotify in Sweden, during June, shows that it is the same two at the top (but they have swapped) … however, on third place you’ll find an old favourite. Interested in which, check out this link:

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14 August 2015

More to come…

Two days ago, on Wednesday, a new single from MODESTIJ. But it won’t be long before we release the next new one (24th of August), which is a song from Uppsala’s Duellen, a song which appropriately named ”As summer has run out”. We have worked with Duellen since 2012, and for those of you who do not know them, I would say that they play a little pensive form of pop music. Among other great songs from them, they have released this one, which I personally rank very high;
Duellen will not be the only artist from us, this forthcoming fall, who sings in the Swedish-language. For just after them we will release Toretorps pride Hillevi’s new single ”Storbritannien (United Kingdom)”. But we are not clear with the Swedish language with that, since it straight after will are time for Gothenburg’s Richard och Juvelernas new and beautiful ”You never have lived (can not die).”
So keep in touch.
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11 August 2015

A forgotten song…

In our series Long Lost Tracks”where I dive into our historical archives and strikes a blow for a forgotten song, have the good fortune come to a track that does not at all have so many years behindtalking about The Rains “We Survived another YearThe song itself is a both gentle as grand alternative rock song in true Swedish American spirit, and was originally released on the first half of 2013. The song is taken from the band’s second (and last?) Album, “I Dreamed We Were Happy”And just like the title of both the song and the album suggests, Falkenberg’s The Rains are not the most cheerful and lively band on earthNo. Instead, the music is quite dark and the lyrics very personal and disclosureSome would say pretentious, I say honest.

In other wordsthe tenth selected song in our series of Long Lost Tracks in a historical perspective are The Rains ”We Survived Another Year”. If interested, check it out through any or these links;

7 August 2015

on Wednesday

At Wednesday, this forthcoming week, we will release MODESTIJ’s fourth single, in as many months. Unlike their predecessors this is not an equally danceable song, it’s more like a lullaby, which fits well when it is called ”Lullaby O”.
But if you would like to hook up with what we have released so far, from the creative and artistic MODESTIJ, please check out this Spotify link:
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