Taking a deeper dive into the 12 entries in the final of hela Sveriges fest this year, set to start at 20:00 CET. Check inside for interesting details!
A response to Rebecca Haimi’s article about Mariette, Melodifestivalen, and musical mediocrity.
Ett svar på Rebecca Haimis artikel gällande Mariette, Melodifestivalen och musikalisk medelmåttlighet.
Go through all eight Portuguese national final songs in musical depth in the latest edition of Three-Minute Throwdown!
Inside: an in-depth preview of all 12 songs competing on Saturday at 19:30 EET (18:30 CET) to represent Estonia in 2020, succeeding Victor Crone, who is competing in his home Melodifestivalen this year.
Five songs for Roxen. Four will not fly to Rotterdam. Find out more about each song through thorough ESCtakeover’s one-take analyses!
The winner of Söngvakeppnin 2020 will succeed Hatari in representing Iceland in Eurovision. Read more about the details behind the songs.
The winning song had not been released before the final. Read more about the song inside!
Will the winner of the show break the non-qualification streak of three years? We look into the three songs to be performed live on Sunday.
The winner of the Slovenian national selection, Evrovizijska Melodija (EMA), will represent Slovenia in Rotterdam 2020. Previews of the previews are given.
Ten songs, ten performances, one to succeed KEiiNO and represent Norway for the decade’s first year. Find out more musical details inside!
Of the ten acts performing on 8 February at 10:30 CET, who will reign victorious? A three-minute excursion into each song will follow.
Misinformation, nationalism, and accusations of corruption fuel upcoming legal battles.
Take a look at the voting stats and possible underlying factors behind any uncommon voting patterns.
A musical snapshot of all 12 songs competing for a shot at the Eurovision stage in Rotterdam.
The stage show and performance complemented the music to create an urgent message relevant to the present state of global affairs. Read about how they came together.
Malena Ernman represented Sweden on the Eurovision stage in Moscow in 2009. Ten years later, her family still has a lasting effect in the Eurovision world, but this time it comes from Greta Thunberg’s impassioned rhetoric about environmental action and its effect on the messaging throughout Junior Eurovision 2019. A tale of two intertwined stars…
The last of four articles covering music theory, production, and more within the Junior Eurovision songs, this time featuring Serbia, Spain, Ukraine, and Wales.
Reviewing and giving perspective for live sound on the Junior Eurovision stage, featuring Carla and Melani’s recent live performances and models from the past.
In-depth analysis of all 19 songs, 3rd week of 4. Welcome the Netherlands to Russia this week!
In-depth analysis of all 19 songs. Welcome Georgia to Malta this week!