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Time to get back to the music:
Antonia Vai is a 24-year old singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Sweden, well-established on the music scene of Stockhom. She has been titled as a “bohemian soul diva”, but has clearly been influenced by folk. Focused on storytelling, shaped by rhythms and unique melodies, every song turns into a journey. She shifts between sadness and hopefulness. Combines metaphors and contradictions. One second she’s dynamically explosive, and the other she’s emotionally stripped down.
Antonia began recording her songs in the bedroom, or in random hotelrooms along the road, and ever since, the songs started spreading and circulating on the net. A growing request for a debut album emerged. In September 2012 she is finally releasing her album “Lovers and Prophets“, a tribute to forbidden love and sanctifications. In the same turn, she’s releasing “Dirt From When The Earth Was Flat“, an album with gathered homemade productions.
She’ll be huge in the States soon, mark my words. I’m never wrong about this stuff.
Bullet Tooth Records is proud to announce the worldwide signing of Minneapolis Minnesota’s, Throw The Fight. For the past three decades, Minneapolis has had it’s finger on the pulse of the musical world. There’s something about the Northern Midwest crowds that demand passion and energy from their musical acts. Throw The Fight continues that tradition, bringing an authentic display of metal-edged, hard rock. It’s the kind of energy one hears on the band’s newest album, the John Feldmann (Atreyu, The Used) produced, “What Doesn’t Kill Us”.
Just came across these guys on BandSoup. Pop-rock trio Admiral Twin (named after a landmark drive-in theater in their hometown of Tulsa, OK) has released five CDs to date, including 2000’s critically praised Mock Heroic, 2003’s Creatures of Bread & Wine, and their latest release, The Center of the Universe. Since 1998, the band has performed for well over 500,000 concert-goers all across the United States and Canada.
I don’t know where they’re going with the Octopus deep sea stuff, but the lady friend is hot and this song will help you stay calm in traffic.