The songchecks have been on a hiatus for the last few weeks as I had other things to catch up on. But we are rapidly approaching the actual contest, and so the last songs have to get a review before we go into the Eurovision week. Today we are ready to look at the songs from F.Y.R. Macedonia, San Marino and Estonia. Continue reading Songcheck 2016: FYR Macedonia, San Marino, Estonia
The number of songs for the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 is rapidly increasing, and it can be a bit hard to catch up on them. But here on our cozy little editorial (consisting of one person) we are not just going to give up. So once again we are ready to give three songs a word or two on their way to Stockholm, namely those from Armenia, Russia and Montenegro. Continue reading Songcheck 2016: Armenia, Russia, Montenegro
Three more songs are now ready for a quality check on ESC Song Reviews. Today we are ready to look at the songs from the Netherlands, Romania and Poland. Continue reading Songcheck 2016: Netherlands, Romania, Poland
And the battle goes on: Three more songs are ready to get a review, namely those from Latvia, Moldova and France.
We continue our journey through this year’s Eurovision entries, here with three more songs chosen last week: those from Norway, Finland and Slovenia.
No less than nine songs have been selected in the last week. Naturally, an article with reviews of all of them would be quite a big mouthful both to write and to read, so I will continue selecting two or three songs at the time. Hopefully I will have finished my review of all the nine songs before the next weekend, but I can not promise it. As for now, let us concentrate on the songs from Germany, United Kingdom and Hungary.
The songs are coming in fast now, and a lot of national finals will be held in this weekend. Unfortunately I will be away between Thursday and Saturday, and I can not promise to catch up on the songs before Sunday at the earliest. So I have decided to look at the musical status of the forthcoming Eurovision as it looks so far.