French singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sébastien Tellier will release his self-produced sixth studio album L'Aventura on the 26th of May. Among the songs of this ambitious project we can find a great variety of sounds including samba, disco or synth-pop mixed with Brazilian tones.
Sebalter gave Switzerland it's best result in years in Copenhagen this year. We have to look back almost ten years since Switzerland did as well with Vanilla Ninja and Cool Vibes in 2005. Swiss broadcaster SRF confirmed their participation at next years event with an appeal on their official website.
Former Eurovision winner Alexander Rybak's dream came true upon winning for Norway in 2009. He is presently working on an entirely new fairytale, in the form of an animated film, How To Train Your Dragon 2, due for release on the 4th of July.
Amandine Bourgeois is back with her third studio album where she has recorded 16 covers of classic French songs which have been made popular by men. She has adapted all these songs with her musical style and influences from bossa nova to reggae, pop or rumba and the result is very surprising.
There are 13 songs included on the newly released album from The Common Linnets, and all 13 of them are to be found on the Dutch single Top 100. The Eurovision Song Contest entries from six other countries however also made it to the list.
This afternoon it was revealed that four of the finalists from this years contest are now in the UK Official Top 40 Singles chart with a further seven in the Top 100. One song has made it into the Top 10 but it's not the winning song or the UK entry
Quiero is the title of the new album from Daniel Diges. The album features ten unreleased tracks, half of them written by Daniel himself and the other half by great authors. It has been self-produced which has given the artist more freedom in choosing the songs.