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Songs Of The Week #1

by Samir Ibrahim

The „Amplify Songs Of The Week“ collect the best songs out there, carefully curated by our team and members. The starting edition will features songs selected by our president, the marketing team as well as the event team. At the end of this page we also included our new Spotify playlist, which contains all current and future Songs of the Week. Follow this playlist to always get the new songs first!

 

Ásgeir – Unbound [Indie-Pop, Electronica] (Nicola Holenstein)

On the second single of his new album, which hits the shelves in May, Ásgeir reveals an unusual electronic side. He still masters this challenge which shows, why his debut is in every 10th household in iceland. If you want to experience Ásgeir live: He’s playing a show on the 12th of May at Plaza Klub in Zurich (Ásgeir (IS) – Plaza, Zürich).

 

 

Bostro Pesopeo, Pional – Yes [Deep House] (Samir Ibrahim)

Simply briliant. Bostro Pesopeo teamed up with spanish singer Pional to deliver a melodic summer track. The combination of the vocals with the bassline and melody create an amazing sound, which is still up-to-date 6 years after its release.

 

 

Kaleo – I Can’t Go On Without You [Rock] (Mara Deuschle)

In this song, Kaleo sings a sentimental story about his lover, creating an impressive soundscape. The live version features a very aesthetic video, shot in an old icelandic church .

 

 

GoldLink – Zipporah (Gravez Remix) [Hip-Hop, Rap] (Kaspar Kluth)

The producer Gravez put’s his stamp on GoldLink’s Zipporah. The remix is an unusual relaxed song, while keeping up the gospel vibe of the original. The explicit verses by GoldLink make sure, you don’t forget that he’s still a rapper.

 

 

Vulfpeck – Dean Town [Funk] (Achille Chevrier)

The guys from Vulfpeck groove like there’s no tomorrow. Inspired by sesssion musicians from the 60’s, they record their songs in one take and rarely cut and mix them together. In the accompanying music video of „Dean Town“, they show that music has to be fun (someone’s actually drumming on a lampshade!).

 

 

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