The internal entries from the Caucasus: Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia close out our Eurovision lineup. Someone within these 37 acts is our winner! We then commence our in-depth look at six entries: reviewing the songs based on five criteria, we take a listen to the songs for Italy, Switzerland, Cyprus, Greece, Denmark, and Serbia. DoContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: March 19th”
We’re back from the monster Super Saturday and ready to give you our thoughts on the selections that took place in the last week. The Czech Republic, Croatia, Malta, Denmark, Romania, Estonia, Latvia, and Italy selected their songs! We also join the buzz for the semifinals that took place in the national finals of SwedenContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: February 12th”
Before there was Eurovision, there’s the Sanremo Music Festival, one of Italy’s most loved institutions. More than a mere national final, it’s an entertainment spectacle filled with music, banter, and some of the unexpected. Hold on tight!
Happy Holidays, Fam! Here’s our stream for this week. This time, we discuss the two songs currently in tow for ESC in Liverpool from Ukraine and Albania. We get into reviews for Vidbir, Sanremo Giovani, and Festivali i Këngës 61. We then follow up with a talk about the artists and songs selected for SelecţiaContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: December 23rd”
Friday is here, which means we had our stream! LiliLoves and Shortcake ESC discuss this past week in Eurovision and Junior Eurovision news. This week, we talk about the internally selected band going to represent Slovenia this year, Joker Out. We them move onto the artists we’ll be seeing this year at Sanremo, and weContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: December 9th”
It’s too soft to win, I thought. Little did I know at the time that the fragility I perceived as the achilles heel that evening I’d call the greatest strength of Brividi today.
Zooming out and looking at their co-competitors, if one thing feels absolutely certain so far, it’s that nothing should be taken at face value in the Festival.