Music from Colombia – Totó la Momposina

Totó la Momposina is a colombian singer of Afro-Colombian and Indigenous descendet, born in 1940 as Sonia Bazanta Vides. Listen to her great song “El Pescador” in english ‘The Fisher’:

Music from Germany – Stolen Dance

Stolen Dance is a german alternative pop duo mixing their songs with reggae and electronical elements. They formed in 2012 and consist of Clemens Rehbein (vocals/music) and Philipp Dausch (DJ). Listen to their awesome song “Stolen Dance”:

Music from the US – Gary Storm

Gary Storm is an US-american musician. His nice song “(The Cover of a) Punk Magazine” is a celebration of independent punk journalism, really an interesting piece!

Christmas Songs: Music from the US – James Apollo

James Apollo, born in 1984, is an US-american singer from Arkansas. Listen to his nice christmas song “Ho Ho, Ho Hum”:

Music from Brazil – Thiago Pethit

After listening to Thiago Pethit my first time, I was totally impressed of his incredible relaxing sounds. At all, he’s a great singer from Brazil, and here’s his nice song “FUGA N.1”:

Listen to the other songs here

Music from Portugal – Tiago Bettencourt

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Tiago Bettencourt is a Portuguese singer who was born in Coimbra, and now lives in Lisbon. Here’s his song “Tens que largar a mão“:

This was a Music-Suggestion from Marília, thanks for this wonderful song, it’s great!

Music from Iceland – Ólafur Arnalds

Ólafur Arnalds, born in 1986, is an indie, neo-classical, electronica and soudtrack musician and composer from Iceland. Here’s another of his songs called “Hægt, kemur ljósið“:

Listen to 3055 too!

Music from the UK – Example

Example, born as Elliot John Gleave, is a british electro, dance, techno and dubstep musician from Fulham. Here’s his song “Watch The Sun Come Up“:

This was a Music-Suggestion from Thomas, thanks!

Music from the US – Neil Sedaka

Neil Sedaka, born in 1939, celebrates his 73nd birthday today. He was an US-american pop and rock singer and composer from New York. Here’s his nice song “Laughter in the Rain“: