Have you downloaded the new songs by Moi Caprice? I seriously doubt that you'll hear a better and more gorgeous song than Drama Queen this year, so I definitely think you should do it!
J.A. compares Danish quartet Harmony Boys to Moi Caprice. Vocally there are some parallels, but musically the "boys" have lots of work left.
+ Sunshine Lover
Promising Swedish band Du Pacque has uploaded a new track to Myspace. War is probably the band's weakest effort so far, without being even remotely bad. The band is working on a website, so hopefully we'll soon be able to download the songs in a decent quality!
New track by Cassettes Won't Listen found in the mailbox this morning.
The duo Nemo from Brooklyn released their debut album Signs Of Life back in 2004, but I wasn't aware of their existence until earlier this week, when J.A. (who else) mentioned the duo in a mail. Musically they are probably located somewhere in the indie pop genre or perhaps their music is better described as Roxy Music meeting The Moody Blues and The Cure for a beer? The title track (stream it here) is just ace, but the two tracks below are really great ones as well.
+ Northern Light
Last track featured today (directly from the mailbox) is Wilderness by UK band/artist collective Sunny Day Sets Fire. Described as art pop, which probably is a description I could have used when describing the music Nemo? Oh well - nice, sweet and catchy!