So what do you get if you mix the “Heys” of The Lumineers and Of Monsters And Men with Nicola Roberts‘ and Madonna‘s fondness for spelling along with a dollop of Beyoncé‘s girlpower? Why it’s Soluna Samay’s brand spanking new single “L.O.V.E. (If Women Ruled the World)”!
Spain hasn’t had the best Eurovision record recently, mainly right-hand side of the board results, including a number of bottom five entries. Some blame the singers, some blame the delegation, some blame Europe’s fickle tastes. However, Spain did find a diamond in the rough eventually; the lovely Pastora Soler. Pastora went on to finish 10th […]
Jessy Matador—the Frenchman who dropped Congolese rhythms at ESC 2010—is completely authentic. Or should we say Authentik? He has just released an album by that name, along with a hot new single Dansa Pausa. Dansa Pausa is a cover of a hit by hit Swedish multi-ethnic band Panetoz. Their version hit #1 in Sweden last May. As […]
Koza Mostra—our favourite Greek boyband that we really shouldn’t be allowed to call a boyband—has finally returned with a new single after their surprising 6th place finish in Malmö. The single “TI KANO EDO”—or “What am I doing here?”— dropped yesterday along with a new music video.
Sinplus narrowly missed a spot in the final in 2012. The Salvation Army band—err, Heilsarmee—had their dreams of making the final dashed in 2013. And Lys Assia won’t stop spitting bile over not getting the chance to compete at ESC. No wonder Switzerland has decided to push its national final back to February from December: […]
Today, Estonia’s Birgit Õigemeel released her first solo single after Eurovision, a song by the name of “Nii täiuslik see,” or “This is so perfect.”
Nevena Bozovoic wants all y’all to look at her, and she let’s you know with her new single “Pogledaj me”. The blonde bombshell takes center stage in the official video. She’s sufficiently cute that she doesn’t need any back-up besides a few walls and the occasional wooden poll. Nevena, who does a fierce cover of Loreen’s […]
Farid Mammadov returned to Azerbaijan as the runner-up at Eurovision 2013. But he has certainly won the award for most controversial placing in Malmö. In wake of the contest, Azerbaijan has been accused of paying for some of Farid’s 234 points and the investigation into the accusations are still going strong. It’s fair to say […]