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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.

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Elin Ruth filled Fasching with her bluesy and soulful voice, and the Stockholm crowd was treated to strong emotions and special guest appearances.

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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.

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Stockholm is buzzing with live music every day of the week and it can at times be hard to pick what to see. YLC's music fan Nina Uddin guides you to the most interesting artists that are playing at Stockholm venues in the coming weeks.

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This fall is promising to be full of great new Swedish music and our latest playlist includes some brand-spanking new AWESOMENESS from the hottest...

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YLC's Nina Uddin has some fangirl confessions to make as she's getting ready for new releases from Miriam Bryant, the powerhouse vocalist who had...

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Live music can be at it's most magical when you experience it in the open air on a warm summer evening. Here are our...

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He taught Bob Marley how to sing, refused to tour the world and turned down fame and fortune to live in a shack. Famously...

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We've all heard his cheesy slow dance songs and cringed at the ladies man crooning Hasselhoff style sans shirt. Yet when Tom Jones played...

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Sweden’s biggest rock band Kent decided to put together a festival of their own, the way they thought it should be done. They named...