100 SONGS have finally reached 100 single releases. Next week the record label and Radar Magazine celebrate these 100 songs with performances by Miriam Bryant, Nuoli, Nadia Nair and many more.
The exhibition Snapshot: Konstfack is taking place at Verket, a gallery in Stockholm, during the 30th and 31th of January. …
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Musician August Landelius recently released his single Handing Out Stones which premiered on VICE in the beginning of January. Last week he released his debut EP Float and Radar asked him som short questions.
Radar hung out with Ji Nilsson to see how the r&b artist and producer spends her days, working on that debut EP/album. Here's Ji showing us three of her favourite spots in Stockholm.
Emilie Mottet makes room for her friends and together they take over the first floor of the Nordic Lights Hotel. See it until the 7th of February.
A couple of weeks ago Radar premiered the music video for OLD's Dude. Now the Malmö trio release their new EP. We had a talk with band member Johanna to hear more about the lyrics based music, the remix trend and their madness on stage.
Back in 2012 singer Miriam Bryant released her debut single Finders Keepers through 100 SONGS as their first release ever.Tomorrow she's performing live at their 100 party at Kägelbaren in Stockholm. Radar had a chance to catch up with her.
100 SONGS has embarked on a new chapter – celebrating 100 released songs and with big plans for 2015. Radar checked in with the record company to hear more about the singles only-project.
Minimal techno maestro The Field has gotten his very first music video! Behind this visual debut is art/film/music duo B/N, who's given Axel's remix of their song My Head My Ruin a sort of "hypnotic rave scene from Virgin Suicides".
Today electronic duo Midaircondo releases their album IV (yes, it's their fourth one), a hypnotic and dark avant-garde creation. Radar had a chat with the band.
Radar asked Solen to be our correspondents at last weekend's P3 Guld awards, where they were nominated as best pop of 2014. Unfortunately the band didn't return with the prize. But they did bring back a bunch of funny pictures!
Yesterday Irish band Jape released their video to Seance of Light and next up on their agenda is the release of their upcoming album The Chemical Sea. Radar asked their Richie Egan some short questions.
Next week, Radar Magazine celebrates the release of the fifth issue of Kobolt Magazine. And one of Stockholm's most interesting r&b artists – AnnaMelina – will take on the stage.
Today, Radar gives you an exclusive first look at Swedish hjälten's video for the song 25 that portrays life and gives the listener a chance to create their own vision of the song's meaning.
Malmö based OLD start off 2015 with their trademark mishmash of creativity, politics, humour and pop. All neatly tied together in the video for their quirky song Dude.
On January 21st, the hybrid art project Kobolt releases it’s fifth issue of Kobolt Magazine at Lydmar Hotel. The evening’s event will promote young contemporary art and culture.
Ripped off by his friends, bankrupt and alone – that was XOV's life a few years back. Today he's a one of the most interesting new Swedish artists, with an EP just out and an amazing story to tell.
The Hanged Man released one of our favorite tracks of 2014. Now, a few months after the impressive debut EP, Rebecka Rolfart took time to answer a few questions.
Last month, Swedish duo Death Team released their single Fucking Bitches in the Hood. Radar asked them some quick questions.
Oriental rave, brooding melancholy and bleached pop. Here's the best sounds of Sweden 2014, wrapped up in 50 songs.
British singer- songwriter Nick Mulvey was recently in Sweden to preform at Södra Teatern in Stockholm. Radar asked him some quick questions.
The Israeli photographer Adi Nes is dealing with questions about identity in his work. On December 12th the exhibition Narratives opened at Fotografiska in Stockholm.
Photographer Matias Aros is having his first exhibition tomorrow named Fear, Sadness and Anxiety. It is a three hour long exhibition where the main focus is being honest with your feelings without hiding it – to open up and letting go.
The Raveonettes consists of Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo, a duo whose vocal harmonies, sharp guitars drenched in reverb recalling 80s noise rock with a pinch of sweetness. This time with their latest album Pe’hai, we are introduced to a new side of The Raveonettes.