Azerbaijan - Eurovision 2017

Eurovision 2017 Entry Review: Azerbaijan – Dihaj – Skeletons

Dihaj (real name: Diana Hajiyeva) will be representing Azerbaijan in Eurovision Song Contest 2017. This year, Azerbaijan is sending something unconventional for the usual taste of the country that we know. Dihaj has a background in progressive trance, and although her entry called “Skeletons” sounds more like an indie pop tune, than trance, it should definitely be on your to-hear list. But let’s get to this entry step by step, no place to hurry just yet! The Song Hear the song and you know there is an increasing audience for this type of music in Europe at the moment. For people who[…]

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Eurovision 2017 Entry Review: Australia – Isaiah – Don’t Come Easy

If you’re following this year’s Eurovision, you sure heard about Isaiah. 17-year old Isaiah is an Indigenous Australian artist that rose to fame thanks to his talents. And what we love the most is people who fight for their dream and eventually get it. These are the kinds of artists we enjoy seeing on Eurovision stage because you can tell that it’s a big step for them, and not just another commercial performance. 

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Eurovision 2017 Entry Review: Armenia – Artsvik – Fly With Me

If you’ve been following Armenia’s path in Eurovision Song Contest, you know they always pack a little piece of their culture in their entry. It’s like sending us a souvenir. Sometimes it’s the entire performance, in other cases, it’s just their national instrument, called Duduk (Remember Gladiator soundtrack? Yup, it’s duduk). Well, this year Armenia is sending something completely different.

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Albania - Lindita - Eurovision 2017

Eurovision 2017 Entry Review: Albania – Lindita – World

We still have more than a month of waiting time, so why not entertain ourselves and discuss first impressions from the participants of Eurovision 2017. This year, Lindita Halimi will represent her country on the hottest stage of Europe. Lindita does have a serious musical background, not quite the artist you pick up from the street and profess a true talent. And if you’ve heard the Albanian entry, you can tell it from her voice.

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