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Owner & Chief Editor   I’m a qualified designer and the official geek in the crew, dedicating most of my free time to keeping the ESCtips show on the road. My family routes allow me to support the UK, Ireland and Italy.

Azerbaijan: Dihaj – Skeletons

It's been a quiet selection season for Azerbaijan so far, but Diana Hajiyeva (Dihaj) has just released her song for Eurovision. Dihaj will perform the Sia-lite Skeletons in the precarious first half of semi-final 1. It's another solid and competent …

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Macedonia: Jana Burčeska – Dance Alone

  Macedonia has just presented their song, Dance Alone, which will be performed by Jana Burčeska in the first half of semi-final 2. It features some sophisticated French house synths during the verse, which is the strongest part. However, the …

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Montenegro: Slavko Kalezić – Space

  Slavko Kalezić has just revealed his song, Space, which will represent Montenegro in Kyiv. It's difficult to find anything positive to say about Slavko's song, other than it'll be great in Euroclub. On the Eurovision stage, however, it will …

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Israel: Imri Ziv – I Feel Alive

Imri’s I Feel Alive bring some much needed BPM to this year’s Eurovision. On first listen, it sounds very Tooji during the chorus, but without the ethno instrumentation. It’s a well produced dance track and will surely be a Euroclub …

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Belgium: Blanche – City Lights

The Belgium song has just dropped and it's better than I expected from broadcaster, RTBF. They played to Blanche's strengths with City Lights and have given us a London Grammar/Lorde influenced track for Eurovision. The market has reacted quickly and …

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Czech Republic: Martina Bárta – My Turn

Having presented Marta Bárta as their singer, the Czech Republic have just released their song My Turn. Marta will perform My Turn in the second half of semi final 1. My Turn is a sophisticated slow burner of a ballad that is perfect for …

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Melodifestivalen 2017: Final Preview

Following a somewhat disappointing four weeks of rather generic sounding music, it seems Sweden is left with the unenviable task of selecting a song to simply make the top-5, rather than competing for the win – barring a massive surprise. The …

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Greece: Demi – This Is Love

With three songs composed by Dimitris Kontopoulos, it was the Greek public's job to select the right song for Demi to perform in Kyiv. The upbeat This Is Love was the clear winner and will now compete to qualify from …

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