A Dal 2015: Reviews and rankings by the Wiwi Jury

A Dal — Hungary’s national selection for Eurovision — has quickly become one of the best national selections in Europe. This year’s field is very strong. Kati Wolf is back, and so are Bogi and Fool Moon, and on 28 February we’ll finally know who is headed to Vienna. To help you make an informed decision the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music un-professionals—will rate the best 18 songs from the first three shows. Apologies for any harsh words. This hurts us more than it hurts you.

Every jury post will include three songs with comments from seven jurors. We hail from Austria, Australia, Hungary, Finland, the Netherlands, New Zealand and the United States, so we are truly international, y’all!

Want to express your opinion and support your favourite? Be sure to comment on each individual post and don’t forget to vote in our A Dal 2015 poll.

A Dal 2015: Reviews and current standings

Final Reviews

1. Ádám Szabó – Give Me Your Love (7.61)

2. Zoltán Mujahid – Beside You (7.27)

3. Kati Wolf – Ne Engedj El  (7.22)

4. Ív – Fire (6.44)

5. Boggie – Wars For Nothing (6.22)

6. Spoon – Keep Marching On (5.77)

7. Bálint Gájer – That’s How It Goes (5.33)

8. Passed – Mesmerize (4.5)

Semi Finals

1. Vera Tóth – Gyémánt (7.58)

2. New Level Empire – Homelights (7.16)

3. Timi Antal – Woke Up This Way (7)

4. Kati Wolf – Ne Engedj El (6.75)

5. Bogi – World of Violence (6.5)

6. BOGGIE – Wars For Nothing (6.42)

7. Ádám Szabó – Give Me Your Love (6.4)

8. Zoltán Mujahid – Beside You (6.25)

9. Gergo Olah – A Tükör Elott (5.6)

10. Bálint Gájer – That’s How It Goes (5)

11. Spoon – Keep Marching On (4.92)

12. Karmapolis – Time Is Now (4.8)

13. Pankastic! – Kicsi A Világ, De Nagy Világ (3.91)

14. Gabi Szucs – Úgy Sem Felejtesz El (3.9)

15. ÍV – Fire (3.4)

16. Passed – Messmerize (3.25)

17. Other Planet – Untold Story (2.25)

18. Éliás Gyula Jr. feat. Fourtissimo – Run To You (1.83)

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