Maya Lourenco will give the crowd hypnotic deep vibes by the campfire and Delta Funktionen might drop some forgotten classics. We caught up with two of the acts performing at Yard this Saturday.
Learn how to make Thai soup in Wilderness' new video for Tomorrow Will Be Different. Radar gives you a first look at the psychedelic neon coloured recipe.
Nottee is back with a new single, out today. We took Nonno Drougge out for a walk to talk about the new music and her newfound, laid back attitude to her artistry.
Not long ago we premiered the chopped up nature experience that is the lyric video for Come Back to Me. Now, after some travel and animal attacks, Urban Cone and Love Lo's song has finally gotten a proper music video.
Joy just put out her new single Jag Har Änte Gjort Nått, a guilty pleasure anthem that's "a mix of everything you love to hate", in the rapper's own words. We had a quick chat to hear what more she has to say about it.
Electronic duo Boeoes Kaelstigen just released their new album. We sat down with Tor Rauden Källstigen och Leo Nathorst-Böös to talk about everything from their new sound and collaborations to Swenglish, fizzles and their unexpected bureaucratic qualities.
Next week Zhala's highly anticipated album Zhala is set to be released. In 2012 she had her break through with the debut single Slipping Around and became the first artist to sign with Konichiwa Records. Radar had a chat with her about the new album, being "showy" and not having any role models.
Beatrice Eli's next album will sound angry and be about sex, Adam of Shout Out Louds is writing music for Rebecca & Fiona (and maybe for a solo project?), Elias coming EP will sound both bare and electronic and Ji Nilsson has new material coming out. We found out quite a lot when talking to some of the artists attending Sony ATV's big spring party on Thursday.
Linus Lutti, a.k.a. Little Children, just released a new song from his upcoming EP. We met up with the musician, trained therapist and part time bartender to talk about self-awareness, crazy popular fan videos and not being able to write happy songs.
Watch rising pop star Ida Redig fly to London, perform, make a song about being hungry, make funny noises and get her press pics taken – all, and more, in the mini documentary London Calling, premiering here at Radar.
This weekend Stockholm's party institution Trädgården will open its doors to a summer of late night (and mid-day) partying. We had a chat with the people behind the club to hear what's in store this season, including the line-up for the upcoming Live Sessions.
After getting a lot of attention for Youth – the first single off their debut album – minimalistic rock duo Pale Honey has now released their entire first record. We touched base with the band members Tuva and Nelly to hear more.
Today is the release of Nadya's new single Superstars. She released her debut single Refugee in September and a lot has happened since then. Radar met with her to talk about the new single, inspiration and living in a world full of errors.
Our very own Radar blogger Victor Holmberg, a.k.a. 1987, just released his debut album Härskarkonst. We had the chance to say congrats, and ask him some questions about it.
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Last time we had a talk (plus a walk, a smoke and a pizza) with Stockholm quartet Tussilago they were putting the finishing touches to their album. Now when it’s finally out, we met up to talk about the full-length debut, the band members’ former wetsuit project and dancing naked on tables.
Creative artist and DJ Julia Riordan, better known as Julia Rio, is this month's Artist in Residence at the Nordic Light Hotel. Until the 9th of May she'll be painting and creating knitting intsallations in the lobby. Radar visited her for a short chat.
Meta Isæus-Berlins exhibition The Reminder of the Underwood will be opening this Thursday at Galleri Andersson/Sandström in Stockholm. Radar met …
Spanish dj and producer Alizzz has put his own touch on the big hit Lucifer. Radar gives you the premiere of the remix that XOV himself calls "a good way to get the party started".
Singer Aurelia Dey is releasing her debut album Gyllene Tider today. She started out as Miss Relli in 2012 when she released her hit single Lovies. Today Dey is also a part of Femtastic and terms her sound as Afro Pop, a combination of dancehall, reggae, hip hop and afro beats. Radar had a chat with her abut feminism, change and the new album.
After last year's success it's time again for Yard, but this year in a slightly different shape. Three occasions, a new location, featuring dance scenes from around the world. Radar had a chat with two of the acts who'll be performing at Saturday's festival.