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Food For Your Playlist

By Victoria Hoseth


Friday the Copenhagen-based Norwegian duo, Smerz, released their debut EP Okey. To celebrate the release the producer duo will visit Pitchfork Avant-Garde in Paris 25th, and Corsica Studios in London the 26th of October. The Norwegian duo have conquered the electronic scene in Denmark, and their known for there standout live performances. Listen to “Blessed”, and you’ll understand why the electronic music community have welcomed Smerz with great reviews.


20 year old dePresno from Bergen has impressed the critics with his EP Forever. Despite his young age, dePresno reflects on life’s big questions in a convincing manner.


Seeb is out with a brand new track! The duo follows their single “Breathe” with  “Wath Do You Love”. The song is a collaboration with soulful Jacob Banks, and this time Seeb steps away from remixes and offer us original work.


Ludvig Moon had their first concert in 2012, they released their first EP in 2014, and now they are ready with their first album Kin. The album is about being young and not really knowing who you are and what the future brings. In addition to their record contract in Norway, they now have a contracts in Japan and Germany, and their ready to conquer the world.


With “Taped up heart” featuring Clara Mae, KREAM continues to charm us with their tropical vibes. The single is a refreshing, soulful song with catchy melody hooks.


Bigbangs frontman Øystein Greni releases his solo debut next year, and “Hold” is the first taste of the new album. Bigbang fans will possibly be surprised by Greni’s sound as a solo artist. This project is worth your attention.



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