Here you have it lads, “Words”, Amber Oak´s first and latest song at the same time! This seriocomical indie pop song is the first song that’s officially relesead without the second guitarist in the band, as he has quitted and fled the country to live in some mountain village. With a catchy, friendly melody and… Continue reading Words
Five track EP from the marvelous Swedish Monastir. Extremely great stuff if you ask me. And by the way, this particular EP includes their cover version of The Bear Quartet´s “Ghost For Laundry”.
Time for the second full length album from the great quartet Monastir from Gävle. On a summer vacation, Monastir was founded by childhood friends Marcus Olsson and Magnus Björk. Back in Sweden Fanny Wedmark and Björn Olszewski got drafted and the grain of sand from the Sahara Desert became a solid rock. “Good things never… Continue reading Good Things Never Last
“Feel No Summer” is an apathetic late summer hit from the indie pop/rock quartet Monastir’s new recordings.
Monastir with their version of what December is all about. Great as always.
Mount Avalanche is back with a new version of an older song. And as always when it comes to Mount Avalanche its a very impressive song with some really nice harmonies, including beautiful guitar and piano play. A light touch of Coldplay you might say. By the way, this is how the band themselves describe… Continue reading The Mountain (Avalanche Version)
A West Side Fabrication Play Covers. Yes that´s right, A West Side Fabrication has gained 15 of our artist and put together this cover album, songs chosen by the artists them self. Among the artist that are on the album we can name Breather, Tikkle Me, Heikki and The Drowners. Among the songs that are… Continue reading A West Side Fabrication Play Covers
The super cool four track debut single from these emo alternative rockers.
Third single from Olle Nyman´s fantastic album “Venture”. This single includes two previously unreleased songs as well as a radio edit of the title track.
18 spår på det svenska språket. Allt från Mattias Alkberg via Hardy Nilsson till La Masa och Mindre Modiga Män.