Recommended releases w. 22

Every week we give you tips on new releases that we think you should check out. This week the news from the brand new signing to the company, Follow Him to the End lof the Desert, news again from Uniform Beat and return of the Swedish/English band Hate Gallery.


Yesterday we announced that we have a new artist here at the Playground, a hip hop artist from Borlänge under the name Follow Him The End Of The Desert. The single “Time to die” is said to be “the soundtrack to every dream or nightmare you had to kill someone you hate.” Artist appears on Peace and Love in the summer, and on their website June 1 you can see the premiere of the video of the song. So look out here.
Curious about how the soundtrack to a nightmare sounds? Listen here!


Oscar Harlaut aka Bause is undoubtedly the new kid on the block. A former professional skiers with credentials from the world stage now decided to take the electronic dance world by storm and already with a flying start in the form of this digital release. Here we get not one, but two tracks from this talent already remixed Emma Bates and Loreen and has Deadmau5, Swedish House Mafia, Eric Prydz, Axwell and Avicii as inspirations. A magnificent club house with strong melodies, listen here!


As 2012 draws to a close return Swedish English Hate Gallery with a true pop/rock song in the truest sense. Infectious “The Warning” is driven by a distinct eighties feel, but the story is a dystopian vision of despair and paranoia. “Slowly, we let our freedom taken away from us, and while that happens we might as well have a soundtrack to sing in.” the Warning “is the right song for it,” says vocalist Janne Jarvis.

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