Leading up to their full-length debut album Flying Kites, the Swedish producer duo Sum Comfort is premiering the intro song Giving Wins today. It’s co-produced by LA new school R&B artist Kay Franklin and also features Joyce Wrice. The music is airborne, hovering over the ground while the lyrics tells a story about bad relation.
From German coal miners to Nepalese school boys, photographer Daniel Hofer manages to bring out the brightest and most poignant nuances of life.
Radar Magazine’s newest blog attribute is Rebecka Häggblom from Finland. This 19 year- old petite photographer inspires you with fascinating and creative photographs of her surroundings and sometimes herself. In August she will be moving to Sweden in order to keep evolving as a photographer and blogger.
London- based artist Kit Rice completed his debut album Stay Gone at the age of 21, and have since then successfully released his two singles BYOB and Nonsense. His funky sound combined with soulful vocals reminds of Jamiriquai and has been well received in the U.K and U.S. He shared with us why he would like to be a cat in his next life and what song he usually twerks to.
Drawing on cultural references from Shakespeare, Milton and Mozart to Charles Ray and the Nesquik chocolate bunny, French-born artist Alexandre Singh intermingles a wide range of media to create an immersive theatrical performance that resists categorization.
Summer traveling mode is on. Visiting fashion capitals around the world , you certainly need a pair of comfy yet stylish shoes. Ones that could take you through long sightseeing days and party nights.
Radar gives you an exclusive first look at Julia Vero’s video for her single How Does It Feel. The single that is co- produced by Oskar Sikow (f.m. Kate Boy) and Stefan Storm (The Sound Of Arrows) will be her first release of 2014.
Australian musician Calan Mai released his debut single We’ve Got Love in march this year. The aucustic indie- folk inspired song immediately received good feedback and he became a force to be reckon with. Australian Calan Mai released his debut single We’ve Got Love in march this year. The indie- folk inspired song immediately received good feedback and he became a force to be reckon with. He shared his hidden talent with us and what book he has never been able to finish.
Montreal-based fashion label Norwegian Wood has nailed possibly one of the coolest conceptual, under-the-radar fashion and art collaborations of the year.
Curiosity can be a potent weapon in any design process and having curiosity in decoding artists during their creative development is like opening Pandora’s box. Each year Berghs organizes two weeks long competition where students from different majors collaborate on a joint case. We interviewed Heidi Myllyviita who in May graduated as an graphic designer from Berghs School of Communication in Stockholm.
Swedish artist and producer Kat Knix knew the elements of her sound before she could translate it into music. Her new remix of The Knife’s Without You My Life Would Be Boring, featured on the mini-album Shaken Up-Versions, is testament to her vision. We asked the electro rock newcomer about first gig-excitement and her raw approach to dance music.
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We met with Marcus and Adele of Stockholm duo For BDK to talk about the secrets behind their sensuous lyrics, stylish videos and brave new sound.
Three years after lead singer Dave started writing songs while suffering from insomnia, British band Glass Animals releases their highly anticipated debut album ZABA. We caught up with the four band members to learn more.
London-based Laura Wolfie recently followed up her song reflections with the debut EP 7DS. The 21-year old’s version of The Seven Deadly Sins has a clear resemblance to hip hop and R&B and inspiration has been drawn from artists such as A$AP Rocky, Frank Ocean and Jhene Aiko. She shared with us what makes her laugh and her latest discover.
With the summer around the corner, photographer Per Möller and Stylist Nadia Kandil experiments with a relaxed leisure style with hints of luxury.
Sui Generisis the name of the self titled collection that Ermir Peci chose for his graduate project in Graphic Design at Berghs School of Communication.
With an exhibition on view at Stockholm restaurant Taverna Brillo, we decided to pick the brains of Dutch fashion illustrator Piet Paris.
After the success with the band Masshysteri, Swedish artist Hurula recently released his solo album Vi är människorna våra föräldrar varnade oss för. We had a chat with him about his future, debut album and the influence of his Swedish heritage.
In the wake of his second solo effort, Wonderland, we met with Eric Berglund, Sweden’s CEO, to talk about Zen Meditation, literature, and experiencing life without filters.
With her debut EP Indian Summer out today, Swedish pop starlet Marlene shares her hidden talent and greatest extravagance.