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TEKO 2017: Vote in Group 11!


teko-2017-logoTEKO 2017 – It’s time to vote in group 11 of TEKO 2017; a knockout format (like the World Cup) tournament for Eurovision 2017. Today, you can start voting in the group of Cyprus, the Netherlands, and Ukraine!

TEKO 2017 – Group 11

Please listen to the three competing entries:

 CYPRUS Hovig – Gravity

THE NETHERLANDS O’G3NE – Lights and Shadows

UKRAINE O.Torvald – Time

To hear the song, click on the respective flag!

The voting:

After listening to the three songs, it’s time for you to vote! Please vote for your favorite out of the three.

Europe (…and Australia…and the rest of the world), start voting now!

UPDATE: The results for this group are out now!

30 comments on “TEKO 2017: Vote in Group 11!

  1. Netherlands. I like singing along to it in my car lol

  2. It’s Ukraine but not by much over Cyprus. I genuinely hate the Dutch song.

  3. Ukraine for me.

  4. Ukraine.
    Dutch girls know their harmonies and they know their well. The song’s “Wilson Phillips back catalougue in three minutes” doesn’t really work. They should have stick to one song. It’s crazy mess.

  5. Ukraine and Cyprus are very close on my list (12th and 14th) but the Dutch girls are a bit further down in 22nd place.

  6. I like Ukraine and the Netherlands a lot, but I think the Netherlands needs my vote more. Cyprus is so average it hurts.

  7. It’s between the Netherlands and Cyprus for me. Looking like Netherlands atm

  8. Overall all entries are evaluated as OK-. Musically I prefer CYP and NED over UKR every day though…

    #18 CYP
    #19 NED – losing ground
    #24 UKR –

  9. SC ranking

    ISR 41%
    BLR and GRE 37%
    DEN 35%
    FRA 33%
    NOR 31%
    MDA 23%
    MLT 14%

  10. Three songs together that get my undivided indifference.

    Cyprus: such a generic Eurovision song. It is musically desolate and lyrically demonstrates a woefully poor grasp of the concept of gravity. I bet there’ll be semi-nude men with oversized drums.

    Netherlands: pure Wilson Phillips, as Hjallis has already commented. Dense vocal harmonies are welcome in a song contest and can really set apart the properly talented singers, but again, the song is too generic to be an effective vehicle for such skills.

    Ukraine: also a fairly generic example of its genre, one that has become increasingly common ever since Finland made the case for rock, but never with as much style.

    Ukraine gets my vote only because I like the style more than the others. The songs are more or less equally generic. A triumph of style over content then.

  11. Netherlands gets my vote.

  12. Oof, between the great that is Netherlands’ live versus the fact I do enjoy Cyprus… hm….

    Votes’ to Hovig

  13. I genuinely dislike Cyprus this year and the fact they had to “pay” for a Swedish song which is so average makes me even more mad.
    Ukraine plays the same average card but in a different genre. The chorus in particular is so annoying it hurts. Some extra points for stage presentation, but still…
    My vote goes to the Dutch trio for reasons having to do mostly with vocal harmonies rather than the song itself.

  14. I’ll vote for Cyprus here.

  15. Ukraine is a rather thin rock song, and Netherlands is mostly a vocal show-off to me – it’s not much of a song, there’s no clear focus and structure, and you can’t remember it afterwards.

  16. Ukraine!I quite enjoy the tempo of Cyprus though.The Netherlands is all about their vocal harmonies anyway.It evokes no emotions in me.

  17. Cyprus has a generic song that Hovig seems able to sing live quite well. Ukraine has a decent rock proposal also well sung live. The Netherlands brings to the table a song built to show how very well these young ladies sing live. The lyrics are vaguely cheesy, I know, but what they do is very difficult and risky. I like it very much. The Ducth trio gets my vote.

  18. Very large spread for me in this heat (#2, #26, #31). The song I voted for is miles ahead of the other two, imo.

  19. Tough group here, I needed a few listenings to decide. Cyprus is not bad, but it’s quite generic and average rock song, it gets tiring fast. Netherlands is quite pleasant, with very good voices, but the song goes nowhere in the end, it’s kind of a mess really. Ukraine has an interesting song, I wasn’t sure I liked it the first time I heard it, but it gets better with each listening, now after a few listenings I really like it, so Ukraine gets my vote here.

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