I first heard Mabes’ music about a month ago, but this tune only last week, and I really liked the way it sounds, so I’m sharing it with you. Mabes is a British artist from Essex, and I don’t know much about her, but I do like her music a lot.
Hi guys! 🙂
I’ve recently grown to really like this young Irish musician with a very unique name, and this song is one of my most favourites by her. I hope you enjoy. 🙂
Here’s another pop-y song that I’ve recently heard and liked a lot, this time from the British Isles.
I found this song on a playlist made by one of the people I follow on Spotify. Our tastes are not super similar, and I am generally not into those kinds of countrypop tunes, but I do like the sound of this one, and I like Ivory’s voice as well, so thought I’d share.
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I’m sure those of you who visit my blog at least sometimes know or can quite easily figure out that I like a lot of Swedish music, from different genres, but also I quite like Scandipop in general. Despite that, we haven’t had much Danish music here so far. So here’s a song by a young Danish singer for you. I really like the way it sounds, especially the stripped version but it’s really good in general.
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I have a very nice Scandipop tune for you. It comes from a seventeen-year-old Swedish singer Adele Ofelia Cechal, known mononymously as Ofelia, and has been featured in the Swedish TV series “Jordskott”. I haven’t watched the series and have very little idea of it, it appears to be a crime series, but I do like the song a lot, so I’m sharing it with you.
Moddi is Pal Moddi Knutsen, a singer from Norway, who is quite folksy but also draws inspiration from many different genres. I like some of his music, and some I don’t, mostly because I simply don’t agree with some of his views, and he’s very vocal in his music about them (pun intended). This song however I find really lovely and positive and just like it a lot, so thought I’d share it with you. 🙂