Aivis Indāns

Aivis Indāns

Traumatized by Latvia's result in 2003, Aivis has returned to follow the contest closely year after year. He thoroughly enjoys the complexity and excitement that surrounds the contest, and currently resides in London, UK.
Markus Riva hints at Supernova return
Rotterdam 2020

Markus Riva hints at Supernova return

A song in Latvian? It can be said that the Eurovision fandom takes pleasure in seeing Markus Riva on the…
🇱🇻 Latvia to choose its entry on February 8
Rotterdam 2020

🇱🇻 Latvia to choose its entry on February 8

Today, Latvian national broadcaster, LTV, announced that Supernova will be back for the sixth time to select the Latvian entrant…
Get Vocal, Europe! with Soldi and Arcade
Music

Get Vocal, Europe! with Soldi and Arcade

Mahmood and Duncan Laurence among the 28 artists featured in Spotify's European Parliament election push.
Latvia to bring intimacy with plenty of close ups and simplicity in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv 2019

Latvia to bring intimacy with plenty of close ups and simplicity in Tel Aviv

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XTRA Debate: The great return of the songwriters?
Features

XTRA Debate: The great return of the songwriters?

Is it time to regulate songwriters, and bring in new blood to Eurovision?
Eurovision Look-alike App to find your twin.
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Eurovision Look-alike App to find your twin.

You might have seen countless Facebook quizzes letting you see which celebrity resembles you - and now Eurovision and MyHeritage…
XTRA Debate: Is the national final dead?
Features

XTRA Debate: Is the national final dead?

To me, 2019 felt overwhelmed with internal selections. With over 15 songs presented in the last week before the Heads…
Ukrainian media react to Vidbir drama
Editorials & Opinion

Ukrainian media react to Vidbir drama

Commentators across Ukraine express their concerns about political influence in selecting its Eurovision hopeful, and question identity.
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