As the slightly cooler winter season is over, the Stockholm music scene is getting markedly hotter again with loads of interesting gigs to look...
From February 13-14 the Waterfront Convention Centre became the largest dance venue in Sweden, as it welcomed the Sónar festival for the second year...
Stockholm is alive with plenty of live music all year round. YLC’s in-house music fanatic Nina Uddin brings you her best picks of February’s...
Stockholm is offering a vibrant live music scene even in the cold January days, so you should also get out there and be a part of the experience!
Isn’t it about time to break out that Xmas music? We bring you a playlist with some pretty excellent Swedish artists who have all put their great voices on some Christmas tunes.
Once again we bring you the freshest Swedish music from the artists you simply NEED TO KNOW this autumn. So get those earphones on and CRANK IT UP!
Progressive is a concept hard to define because it has been attached by numerous influences.
Wynton Marsalis once said that jazz is the art of negotiation: A group of people come together and use instruments to have a conversation and it is the negotiation of all their different expressions – madness, joy, pain, sorrow, nonchalance – that makes the music.
Elin Ruth filled Fasching with her bluesy and soulful voice, and the Stockholm crowd was treated to strong emotions and special guest appearances.
I don't consider myself a music festival-goer. I like music, I like people, I like hanging out in wide open spaces under a pale sun or even clouds filled with rain, but putting all those things together over the course of several days… it’s just something I’ve never really been into.