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10 Best Songs of the Week: Nilüfer Yanya, Linn Koch-Emmery, Fat Dog, Crumb, St. Vincent, and More

Plus Margaret Glaspy, Thurston Moore, Storefront Church, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Apr 26, 2024

Welcome to the fourteenth Songs of the Week of 2024. This week Andy Von Pip, Mark Moody, and Scott Dransfield helped me decide what should make the list. We seriously considered over 20 songs this week and narrowed it down to a Top 10. More

Linn Koch-Emmery Drops New Single “No Hands”

Ahead of Sophomore Album “Borderline Iconic” Due Out May 24

Apr 25, 2024

Swedish musician Linn Koch-Emmery is gearing up for the release of her upcoming album Borderline Iconic, which is set to be released in May. Now she has shared its latest single, “No Hands.” More

Linn Koch-Emmery Shares New Single “Happy”

Second Offering from Upcoming Album Borderline Iconic

Mar 07, 2024

Swedish indie artist Linn Koch-Emmery unveils “Happy,” her latest single from the upcoming album “Borderline Iconic.” Produced by Pete Robertson, the track explores hope amidst failing relationships. More

11 Best Songs of the Week: Yard Act, Kim Gordon, Adrianne Lenker, Jane Weaver, and More

Plus Boeckner, IDLES, Sam Evian, Tomato Flower, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 19, 2024

Welcome to the second Songs of the Week of 2024. This week’s list was fueled by lots of notable album announcements. More

Sweden’s Linn Koch-Emmery Reveals new Single “ebay Armour”

New Album Borderline Iconic Arrives in May 2024

Jan 18, 2024

Swedish singer-songwriter Linn Koch-Emmery unveils her latest musical endeavor which follows up her Swedish Grammy-nominated debut album, Being The Girl. More




Reviews

Jun 01, 2021

The Swedes certainly know thing or two about how to make soaring guitar-driven indie-pop. Norrköping-born, Stockholm-based singer/songwriter Linn Koch-Emmery released her debut single “Come Back” in 2016 and then made waves with her 2018 EP, the appropriately titled Waves, which shone a light on her ability to effortlessly craft evocative festival-ready anthems. More