QRTR TRACK OF THE WEEK
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Áslaug. An Icelandic singer and songwriter born in The Netherlands. Last Friday her debut EP ‘Áslaug’ released with the song ‘In My Head’. A song about a perfect relationship that is not real but in Áslaug’s head.
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Darlyn, a six-piece band from Amsterdam. They just released their debut album ‘Was It A Dream’. Featuring on the album is the track ‘Can’t Fake It’. A song about the consideration of breaking up a good relationship.
After 8 years of traveling, performing and writing songs all over the world, from Siberia to Indonesia, criss cross through Europe and Scandinavia Emil found his new creative haven in Brooklyn New York. Reflecting on the years spend in pursuit of beauty, adventure, happiness and success through music he struggled severely with what it all actually means.
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Leif Vollebekk, a Montreal adopted singer-songwriter. He just released his highly anticipated fourth full-length album ‘New Ways’ on November 1st
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Rex Rebel. the band surrounding K’s Choice singer Sam Bettens, who used to be called Sarah and made the transition from female to male earlier this year, they just released their debut single ‘Big Shot’.
The Norwegian based Thomas Dybdahl is one of Scandinavia’s most popular and acclaimed singer/songwriters. His award winning elegant and expressive songs of love and loss have earned him comparisons to Nick Drake and Jeff Buckley.
QRTR Track Of The Week #13 05 Sept 2019Thomas Oliver - Bulgarian MountainsIf you’re into Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson or Gavin DeGraw, this is another awesome artist to add to your list. Award-winning kiwi singer-songwriter Thomas Oliver is known for his tender vocals,...
As Lostboycrow, the artist born Chris Blair, fuses R&B, pop, and electronic music into smoothly soulful songs. After establishing his genre-bending style with streaming hits such as 2016’s “Powers,” he gave it a more ambitious scope with the Traveler EP trilogy and 2019’s full-length Santa Fe.
Sometimes you find musical gems like these on the right place and right time and Áslaug is one of them. Take From Me is a must-listen if you’re into moody indie pop.