Having grown up close to nature, Swedish Singer-songwriter Malin Andersson’s songs reflect the sound of the wilderness and honest Scandinavian simplicity.
Her style of gentle finger picking guitar playing mixed with contemplative lyrics and evocative melodies has gained support outside her homeland, resulting in her move to England. Heralded by the leading Swedish Industry representatives SKAP, Malin’s debut album ‘Follow’ comes highly anticipated.
01. Deep Water
03. Giving It Away
04. Those Eyes
05. The Truth
07. Fill Your Heart With Light
08. A Million Faces
10. Simple Life
1948. o Japão reconstrói as suas cidades após a hecatombe da II Guerra Mundial e procura olhar o futuro com a confiança possível. Retirado, o mestre pintor Masuji Ono passa os dias a cuidar do jardim na companhia das duas filhas adultas e do pequeno neto, e os serões a beber e a conversar com velhos amigos no barzinho sossegado do costume.
Porém, o constante assédio do passado e as memórias de uma vida e carreira profundamente marcadas pela ascensão do militarismo japonês conjuram sombras que ameaçam seriamente a tranquilidade da sua reforma. Uma delicada tragicomédia familiar, que é também um retrato subtil e comovente do Japão do pós-guerra.
Sobre o Autor:
Kazuo Ishiguro nasceu em Nagasáqui, Japão, em 1954, e vive na Grã-Bretanha desde os cinco anos. Em 1995 foi feito Oficial da Ordem do Império Britânico, por serviços prestados à literatura, e em 1988 recebeu a condecoração honorífica francesa de Chevalier de L’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.
A Gradiva tem seis livros do autor editados: Os Despojos do Dia (1989, vencedor do Booker Prize; adaptado ao cinema), Os Inconsolados (1995, vencedor do Cheltenham Prize), Quando Éramos Órfãos (2000, nomeado para o Booker Prize), Nunca me Deixes (2005, nomeado para o Booker Prize; adaptado ao cinema), Nocturnos (2009) e O Gigante Enterrado.
É o vencedor da edição de 2017 do Prémio Nobel da Literatura.
SHINee THE BEST FROM NOW ON is the fifth Japanese album released by SHINee.
Released Date: 2018.04.18
1.Replay -Kimi wa Boku no everything- (Replay -君は僕のeverything-; You are my Everything)
6.1000nen, Zutto Soba ni Ite… (1000年、ずっとそばにいて…; For 1000 Years, Always be by my Side…)
9.Boys Meet U
10.3 2 1
15.Sing Your Song
17.Kimi no Sei de (君のせいで; Because of You)
19.Get The Treasure
20.From Now On
1.Colors of the season [FROM NOW ON ver.]
3.Tell Me Your Name
4.Your Number [FROM NOW ON ver.]
5.Married To The Music [Japanese ver.]
6.Melody [FROM NOW ON ver.]
7.Diamond Sky [FROM NOW ON ver.]
8.Replay -Kimi wa Boku no everything- [Abbey Road Special] (Bonus Track)
“Fatima” is the 30th single released by Ito Kanako. The title track was used as the opening theme for the TV anime Steins;Gate 0 while “Shukugou no Ken” was used as the opening theme for the TV anime Jian Wangchao (Sword Dynasty).
Released Date: 2018.04.25
2.Hajimari no Uta (はじまりの歌)
3.Shukugou no Ken (宿業ノ剣)
4.Fatima -off vocal-
5.Hajimari no Uta -off vocal-
6.Shukugou no Ken -off vocal-
Kato Miliyah will release a new single, titled “ROMANCE,” on May 9. The single will include “Through your eyes,” which is the CM song for clothing retailer chain ‘Akanoren,’ and “WALK TO THE DREAM,” which serves as the official support song for professional soccer club Iwaki FC.
K-pop star Hyo, also known as Kim Hyoyeon of the iconic group Girls’ Generation, released her new single “Sober” on Wednesday (April 18), and its music video is all about women enjoying themselves and discovering self-love.
A bright EDM-pop track, Hyo’s “Sober” features house producer Ummet Ozcan. It is her third solo single following 2016’s “Mystery” and 2017’s “Wannabe.” Effervescent in its delivery, the song boosts up the synths and scratchy beats to balance the singer’s nasality, resulting in an airy dance tune that plays to Hyo’s strengths as a well-known dancer.
Three different versions of “Sober” were released as the single, including pop and English alternates to the original. While the Korean version of “Sober” is a breakup track (“I’ve been here but for now it’s over/ For now ’cause I’m sober”), the English lyrics depict an independent woman explaining how it’s not the time for love but rather “all of the things I want” amid a non-sober state of mind. Meanwhile, the pop version incorporates woozy instrumentals and tones down the electronica elements for much of the song.
Filmed in Taipei, the accompanying music video for “Sober” features Hyo as one of several woman interacting with their bodies; in her case she cuts her hair, as others reflect on their ideal body type and image. Throughout the clip, they go from meek and domestic to forming a sort of rebellious crew as the light up the light amid smoke and sparklers. Tempo shifts in the song provide venues for Hyo’s dance breaks, where the artist dons flirty athletic wear as she performs captivating choreography.