Bakermat, an alias for young Dutch producer Lodewijk Fluttert, had a quick rise. In just three months he gained a lot of views, likes and followers with his productions. He has always had an obsession with music, in many genres. From an early age the young Bakermat was into jazz and blues and discovered house music at the age of 12. By fanatically listening to every track that was posted on blogspots he had quickly built up a huge library. When he was 18, he went to the University of Utrecht to study Psychology. It was there that he discovered deep house and producing his own music.
His sets are filled with joy and happiness, and are always melodic. Saxophones, flutes, trumpets, Bakermat tries to use them frequently. The combination of these jazz instruments with deep house music is what makes Bakermat’s style unique. (from his Homepage Biography )
The song “One day ” has been in 2012 a No.1 summer hit in the Netherlands
Simple Plan is a french-canadian pop band, formed in 1999. Listen to their great song “This Song Saved My Life”:
Joy is an Austrian euro disco band formed in 1984. Listen to their great hit “Touch By Touch”:
The indie band Eric & Magill from Kenya and the US released a new album called “Two Travelers”. Really an interesting and relaxed indie album. Like it!
Listen to “They make it so good” too!
Bloc Party, formed in 1999, is a british rock band from London. Their music is a huge mix of indie and rock. Their song “Octopus” from the latest album ‘Four’ was released in 2012:
I just came back from watching “The Hobbit” and I really liked the dwarves’ song… So here it is! It’s a pretty long edit, but the song is amazing and I could listen to it even longer. ;)
The song is called “Misty Mountains (Cold)” and was composed by Howard Shore, written by J. R. R. Tolkien, and is sung by Thorin and the dwarves in the film.
And here is “May it be” by Enya. I thought this shouldn’t miss when writing about the Lord of the Rings. :)
Caroline Costa, born in 1996, is a talented french pop music singer. Here’s her song “On a beau dire” from the 2012-released album J’irai: