Posts byMala Coomar

Roskilde Festival 2017: “Yes We Camp!”

“Are you going to Roskilde this year?” As summer approaches in Denmark, this question is as common in daily life as a piece of rye bread is for lunch. With approximately 130,000 attendees and most of them Danish, Roskilde Festival attracts an astounding proportion of people relative to Denmark’s tiny population of 5 million.  
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Lines Will Take You on an A-Linear Journey

Do you feel like going to a rave? What about a rave in Stockholm? Well, Lines will take you there. This brand new Stockholm-based four-piece is increasingly gaining a cult/not-so-cult fanbase thanks to the Spotify platform and thanks to their catchy debut and follow-up tracks. Their debut single, “Weekends” hit #6 on the Spotify Global
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Two Feet’s Latest Release Will Have You On Your Feet

“Love is a bitch…….I don’t give a fuck, but actually, I do.” Truer words have rarely spoken. And these words were spoken by singer-songwriter Two Feet in “Love is a Bitch” and “Had Some Drinks” taken from Two Feet’s highly anticipated second EP, Momentum. Two Feet is New York-based singer / multi-instrumentalist who released his debut EP
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Kylie O – Undertow Will Sweep You Away

At just 19-years-old, singer-songwriter Kylie Odetta, also known as Kylie O, has opened for acts such as Gavin DeGraw, Colbie Callait, Mat Kearney, Austin Mahone, and Kelly Pickler as well as headlined hundreds of her own shows. With just one listen, you can see that her music has a depth that goes beyond her years. We
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Toffe’s Latest Single Paints A Beautiful Picture

In Denmark, and Scandinavia as a whole, the electronic scene is strong. It paradoxically comes across as both fitting for a more general, “mainstream” crowd and a “hipster” crowd. In any case, all crowds find it to be pretty cool. Synthetic, poppy rhythms thus soundtrack everything from university cafes to night outs and many local,
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Jordan Mackampa’s Battlecry Deserves To Be Heard

Jordan Mackampa has left me sifting through my vocabulary desperately scraping up every possible way that I can express, “I love his music.” I am astounded as to how and why he hasn’t completely blown up yet simply because he is just so good. Mackampa was born in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of
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Lolahiko’s Unexpectedly Relatable Funeral

“Where did my life go, descending into a hole? I knew that I wouldn’t last long, I was never strong enough…Just don’t cry at my Funeral. I’ve already died it’s a Funeral. What’s the point in crying? I’ve already done the dying.” Pair those lyrics with an otherworldly sound and haunting chorus and Lolahiko’s single,
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