Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Oscar Enestad - I Love It

The lack of variation when it comes to artists and songwriters have made Melodifestivalen (the Swedish pre-selection to the Eurovision Song Contest) less fun to watch. However, I always find a couple of songs I like. Sure, Oscar Enestad wasn't the strongest vocalist in the latest semi-final, but he definitely had the best song. "I Love It" is electronic, dancable and sexy. I can't stop listening to it.

The track reminds me of the synth driven pop music BWO used to do, which is a big plus in my book. I really hope Oscar continues to do electronic music. I would love an album from him. I also want to recommend his previous single "Heaven On My Skin". It was one of my most played tracks of 2018.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Eurotix - Pop (Digital Edition)

The wait is over. Mine and Larry Forsberg's synthpop project Eurotix recently released our fourth album "Pop" digitally. It includes the previously released singles "Hypnotized", "My Eyes" and "Naughty Boys" plus the upcoming single "Cold". The sound is as always inspired by eighties synthpop music.

The album is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon UK, Amazon US and many other digital music stores. The limited CD edition is still available by filling out this form.

"Pop" tracklist:

1. Call Me Up
2. Wild West
3. Hypnotized
4. Cold
5. To Mars
6. Can't Control Myself
7. Trail Of Broken Hearts
8. Just A Machine
9. Lovesong
10. Naughty Boys
11. The Size Of America
12. I Hate To Eat Alone
13. My Eyes
14. Run Run Run
15. Blip Disco

Friday, February 01, 2019

Jason Donovan, Bananarama, Thereza Bazar, Jakie Quartz

Newly bought reissues of brilliant pop albums in my collection: "Viva" and "Drama" by Bananarama, "The Big Kiss" by Thereza Bazar and "Jakie Quartz/"Alerte À La Blonde"/"Jour Et Nuit"/"Émotion Au Pluriel" by Jakie Quartz. Amazing music remastered and expanded with bonus tracks and remixes.



And the Jason Donovan albums I own: reissues of "Ten Good Reasons" and "Between The Lines", plus "All Around The World". The first two are my favourites of course, brilliant disco-pop produced by Stock Aitken Waterman.