In The Spotlight

Elsa Birgitta Bekman – “You’re Not My Favourite Sandwich”

Daughter of a half French, half Swedish mother, this uber-talented Dutch singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and director grew up in The Netherlands, but spent a lot of time in France and Sweden. She was raised on a varied diet of musical styles, ranging from Mozart to Irish folk and Kraftwerk. Inspired by Edith Piaf, Kate Bush and Supertramp, she debuted with “Once In My Life” in 2019.

Baked to absolutely auditory perfection, her new single is a hot slice of avant-garde pop. She started her sonic lunch off with a refreshing ukulele, before adding a new layer of a cheery bounce. With a seasoning of the infectious beat, a sliver of enthralling violin and her exuberant vocal sauce singing about feeling restless and wanting to go look for adventure, this tune is a deliciously healthy musical snack.

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Music History

Rod Stewart – “Crazy About Her”

From his album “Out Of Order” (1988):

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New Music

Melanie C – “In And Out Of Love”

From her upcoming album “Melanie C”, to be released on 2 October 2020:

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In The Spotlight

Ryan Rickenbach – “Emily”

Music was not this singer and songwriters first ambition. He moved to New York with dreams of the silver screen. His acting aspirations landed him a role in the musical “Folk City”, based on the Greenwich Village music club. In preparation of the role he performed in local dives and found his true passion was music. Self-proclaimed Little King of Cosmic Folk”, he debuted with his 2016 EP “Stasis”.

By skillfully enriching folk with elements of pop and rock, his powerful new single becomes an inspired amalgam of music and emotion. A funky rhythm is woven through a potent bassline, wailing electric guitars and retro-dipped keys. And with the hypnotic quality of his riveting voice narrating the story of a femme fatale, this robust groove makes his unique cosmic folk flair sound out of this world.

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Music History

Chic – “Everybody Dance”

From their album “Chic” (1977):

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New Music

Jeremy Zucker – “Supercuts”

Wrapping radiant pop vibes in warm summer sunshine, this is the new single by Jeremy Zucker:

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