Ivan and Gabriel Broggini—the Swiss duo better known as Sinplus—have released a remix of their ESC 2012 entry “Unbreakable.” In an e-mail sent to WiwiBloggs.Com this morning, the brothers ask that y’all “pump up the volume and enjoy it.” We’re used to re-mixes speeding songs up. But given how upbeat and danceable the rock version […]
This week on the Wiwi Show—brought to you by Song Contest Radio—readers ask whether France’s Anggun Photoshops her legs; voters pick the most attractive brothers at Eurovision 2012; two men and two women face the axe in Eurovision’s Next Top Model and Eurovision’s Next Top Male Model; the Wiwi Jury reviews Georgia, Slovenia, and Switzerland; […]
Eurovision 2012 is something of a family affair. After a coup that saw Belarus overthow its original representative Alena Lanskaya, officials decided to send Litesound, which includes brothers Dmitry and Vladimir Karyakin. They’ll face off against Ireland’s most famous set of identical singing twins Jedward—they of British X-Factor fame—and Switzerland’s Sinplus, the rock duo composed […]
Switzerland’s Sinplus released their official video to “Unbreakable” earlier this afternoon. They’ve translated the key themes of “Unbreakable”— that you must persevere to achieve your dreams—from song to screen rather well. The video showcases a series of attractive secretaries literally turning into robots from long hours at the office. Spurred on by Sinplus’ pop-rock anthem, […]
Each week the Wiwi Jury—our team of music unprofessionals—reviews two to three Eurovision entries. Today we turn to Switzerland’s Sinplus. Check out our short takes below and then let us know what you think! Love, Wiwi
Sinplus—the Swiss rock band made up of brothers Ivan and Gabriel Broggini—will represent Switzerland at Eurovision 2012 with their song “Unbreakable.” Wiwi caught up with Ivan, the guitarist, three days after Sinplus’s victory. Here are some highlights of our interview:
Sinplus have won Die Grosse Entscheidungsshow—and with it the right to represent Switzerland at Eurovision 2012. Check out the final standings and listen to the winning song now!
Lys Assia, the winner of the very first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956, has submitted a song for Die Grosse Entscheidungsshow 2012—the Swiss national selection.