Posts Tagged ‘Olivera’

April 4, 2018

I can never resist the lissome vocals and glacial allure of Scandinavian electro-pop, so it comes as no surprise that my ears are still totally enamored with Finland’s Olivera. But No More defies our usual Scandi-pop expectations with its warm blushing, wavy glistening synthpop. It’s a nostalgia laden, plush stirring anthem that could easily melt all the glaciers in the Arctic Circle, part Carly Rae Jepsen and part Betty Who, with a playful, honeyed 80s lilt. All we want is more of No More, a song that really pops and crackles like fireworks. On production duty is none other than IHM praised talent, Lenno. You find No More on all major platforms, here.

October 4, 2017

The last we heard of Finnish electropop artist Olivera was over nine months ago when she made a welcome vocal cameo on prolific NY producer Lucian’s single Sober Heart. And then she seemed to disappear underground, where she must have been struck by some fabulous inspiration, because she’s resurfaced with a breathtaking pop ballad named Faces. “You know we all get high, once in awhile,” she coos in her beautifully honeyed voice. Well this must be our “once in awhile”. Faces, which was produced by Finnish producer Lenno, is a dreamy lush, rich sweeping Scandi-pop gem, and it’s available from iTunes, here.

December 13, 2016

We’ve known for a very long time now that we can always count on Lucian to drop that future bass fire. After all, we’ve been huge supporters of the gifted producer from New York from the very start of his prolific sonic journey, and that adventure is obviously going to continue taking him to magical chart topping apexes. We, the fans, get to tag along for the ride, awestruck by fantastical soundscapes and epic vistas. Lucian proceeds to captivate us all over again with a beautifully ethereal, crystalline melodic tune named Sober Heart, even enlisting Finnish electropop artist Olivera to deliver glacial enchanting, airy sublime vocals on his quivering sonata. Sober Heart is lithe and elegant yet full of such heart affecting emotion. Download the chill trap and future bass dazzler for free, here.

August 17, 2016

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August 16, 2016

The bright airy pop of Olivera’s Golden Plate gets a much jovial, summer breezy makeover under the skilled hands of Texas based producer MKJ. It’s sunshine and palm trees all around as we lounge and sway to this melodic house remix. The weight of all worries lift from our shoulders as MKJ dazzles and delights us with this laid back remix which feels like a Phoebe Ryan and filous collaboration. Grab the incandescent jam for free, here.

May 24, 2016

The airy bright pop of Olivera’s Golden Plate is a much welcome respite from some of the darkly brooding tunes we’ve been dwelling on in prior features tonight. The Finnish electropop artist chases away all the shadows of the night with her glowing synthpop, its infectious hooks and 80′s fleeciness like a fusion of Say Lou Lou with Phoebe Ryan. On production duty is fellow Fin and IHM championed producer Lenno. Golden Plate has a golden heart both heartwarming and endearing.

August 16, 2015

Finland’s Olivera enchants my soul once again with new song Hearts Like This, a chiming, twinkling electronic pop gem produced by On June and Lenno. It’s a wispy beauty from the 20 year old singer songwriter with a healthy dose of Say Lou Lou like 80′s synthpop nostalgia and Shura like soft fleeciness. It’s obvious by now that Lenno and Olivera work very well together, considering how fantastic Flow was earlier this year, too. I’m certainly excited to see if this is leading up to a delightful EP.

May 22, 2015

20 year old singer songwriter Olivera arrives from Finland with a beautiful electronic pop ballad named Flow. It’s indeed a fluid and lustrous gem, gliding with a saccharine melody and Olivera’s wispy, soothing vocals. Flow is an addictive, infectious debut, blending the crystalline 80′s evoking hooks of CHVRCHES with the honeyed pop of Phoebe Ryan, all cradled in a dreamy, sparkling soundscape crafted by Finnish producer Lenno, who previously teamed up with Dragonette on a radiant disco pop original, The Best.