“And our twelve points go to…” The phrase that we hear at the end of the contest once the voting has closed and the results are in. The phrase that begins the most nail biting half of the contest, the voting. In a previous article, we discussed the mechanics and systems in place for VotingContinue reading “Eurovision Voting Patterns”
With his guitar, a cinematic filter, and a tune that could fit in a spaghetti Western movies, Stefan brings to Turin an epic song about resilience, one which he believes the message is necessary today.
The long history of protest music in popular culture, highlights how powerful the medium of music—in particular—can be to spread a message far and wide.
Acquainted with the music industry in a number of ways, Cornelia Jakobs sees winning Melodifestvalen as a highlight. Not only through garnering a major hit and representing Sweden, but also showcasing her artistry in a wild music industry.
After a journey to get to Turin, Kalush Orchestra is determined to showcase their blend of Ukrainian folk music and hip hop on stage. But with the circumstances, they not only sing an ode to Stefania, but also to all mothers.