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Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu

Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu
Genre Music, entertainment, reality television
Presented by Roope Salminen (2015–)
Rakel Liekki (2015–)
Anne Lainto (2012–2014)
Ilkka Uusivuori (2013–2014)
Joona Kortesmäki (2012)
Country of origin Finland
Original language(s) Finnish
No. of series 4
Production
Executive producer(s) Anssi Autio
Running time ~120 minutes
Release
Original channel Yle
Original release 27 January 2012 (2012-01-27) – present
External links
Website

Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu (abbreviated UMK, English: New Music Competition) is a contest for new music organised by the Finnish broadcaster, Yle.

UMK began in 2012, as a new concept for the Finnish selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, replacing the original Finnish Eurovision Song Contest selection event (Suomen euroviisukarsinta) which had been used since 1961.

Winners

Year Song Artist Position Points Semi Points
2012 "När jag blundar" Pernilla Karlsson DNQ DNQ 12 41
2013 "Marry Me" Krista Siegfrids 24 13 9 64
2014 "Something Better" Softengine 11 72 3 97
2015 "Aina mun pitää" Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät DNQ DNQ 16 13

Seasons

Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2012

The final took place on 25 February 2012 at the Helsinki Ice Hall in Helsinki where the six finalist songs were performed and the viewers selected a winner.[1] The show featured interval performances by The Rasmus, Anna Abreu, and 2011 Finnish entrant Paradise Oskar.[1] The first of two rounds of televoting selected "När jag blundar" performed by Pernilla Karlsson, "Laululeija" performed by Stig and "Lasikaupunki" performed by Ville Eetvartti as the three super finalists.[1] In the second round of televoting, Pernilla Karlsson and the song "När jag blundar" was the winner.[1]

Draw Artist Song Music (m) / Lyrics (l) Televote Place
Round 1 Round 2
1 Iconcrash "We Are The Night" Janni Peuhu (m & l), Rory Winston (l)
2 Pernilla Karlsson "När jag blundar" Jonas Karlsson (m & l) 29.8% 53.4% 1
3 Mica Ikonen "Antaa mennä" Lauri Hämäläinen (m & l), Mica Ikonen (m & l)
4 Kaisa Vala "Habits Of Human Beings" Kaisa Vala (m & l)
5 Stig "Laululeija" Matti Mikkola (m), DJPP (m), Paula Vesala (l) 17% 17.8% 3
6 Ville Eetvartti "Lasikaupunki" Jyri Sariola (m), Tero Myllyvirta (l), Joni Pekkarinen (l) 18% 28.7% 2

Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2013

The final took place on 9 February 2013 at the Barona Areena in Espoo where the eight finalist songs were performed and the jury and viewers selected a winner.[2] The show featured interval performances by Teflon Brothers and Stig, last year's Eurovision Song Contest entrant Pernilla Karlsson, 2007 Eurovision entrant Hanna Pakarinen, Emma Salokoski and Suvi Teräsniska.[2] After combining the jury (50%) and televote (50%), Krista Siegfrids and the song "Marry Me" emerged as the winner.[3]

Final – 9 February 2013
Draw Artist Song Music & Lyrics (m & l) Jury (50%)[4] Televote (50%)[4] Total[4] Place
1 Arion "Lost" Iivo Kaipainen (m & l) 13.5% 7.0% 10.2% 5
2 Elina Orkoneva "He's Not My Man" Elina Orkoneva (m & l) 11.5% 5.2% 8.4% 6
3 Lucy Was Driving "Dancing All Around The Universe" Lucy Was Driving (m), Otso Koskelo (l) 9.6% 1.6% 5.6% 7
4 Krista Siegfrids "Marry Me" Krista Siegfrieds (m & l), Erik Nyholm (m & l),
Kristofer Karlsson (m & l), Jessika Lundström (m & l)
14.6% 38.6% 26.6% 1
5 Last Panda "Saturday Night Forever" Henry Tikkanen (m & l), Aapo Immonen (m & l) 9.2% 1.4% 5.3% 8
6 Mikael Saari "We Should Be Through" Mikael Saari (m & l) 14.6% 18.4% 16.5% 2
7 Great Wide North "Flags" Kaj Kiviniemi (m & l), Mika Kiviniemi (m) 14.6% 12.0% 13.3% 4
8 Diandra "Colliding Into You" Patrick Sarin (m), Leri Leskinen (m), Sharon Vaughn (l) 12.3% 15.8% 14.1% 3

Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2014

The final took place on 1 February 2014 at the Barona Areena in Espoo where the eight finalist songs were performed and the combination of votes from the jury and public televote selected a winner. In addition to the performances from the competing artists, the winner of UMK 2013, Krista Siegfrids, performed her single "Cinderella" during the interval. Softengine was the winner of the competition with the song "Something Better".[5]

Final – 1 February 2014
Draw Artist Song T. Wirtanen A. Puurtinen T. Saarinen Redrama Jury Total Jury (%) Televote (%)[4] Total Place
1 Softengine "Something Better" 8 10 10 10 38 18.27% 28.28% 23.28% 1
2 Hanna Sky "Hope" 3 7 4 5 19 9.13% 9.13% 7
3 MIAU "God/Drug" 10 9 7 6 32 15.38% 13.94% 14.66% 3
4 Lauri Mikkola "Going Down" 5 6 5 7 23 11.06% 11.06% 5
5 MadCraft "Shining Bright" 4 3 3 3 13 6.25% 6.25% 8
6 Mikko Pohjola "Sängyn reunalla" 9 8 9 9 35 16.83% 19.48% 18.16% 2
7 Clarissa feat. Josh Standing "Top of the World" 6 4 6 4 20 9.62% 9.62% 6
8 Hukka ja Mama "Selja" 7 5 8 8 28 13.46% 13.46% 4

Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2015

It is confirmed that Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu will return in 2015, for its fourth series.[6][7] Three semi-finals were held on 7 February, 14 February, and 21 February 2015 while the final will be held on 28 February 2015.[8]
Final – 28 February 2015
Draw Artist Song Jury (10%) Televote (90%) Total Place
1 Shava "Ostarilla" 1.2% 2.2% 3.4% 8
2 Satin Circus "Crossroads" 2.1% 24.2% 26.3% 2
3 Solju "Hold Your Colours" 0.7% 5.8% 6.5% 4
4 Järjestyshäiriö "Särkyneiden sydänten kulmilla" 0.9% 2.4% 3.3% 9
5 Norlan "El Misionario" "No voy a llorar por ti" 0.4% 3.7% 4.1% 7
6 Opera Skaala "Heart of Light" 1.6% 6.7% 8.3% 3
7 Jouni Aslak "Lions & Lambs" 1.1% 3.3% 4.4% 6
8 Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät "Aina mun pitää" 1.2% 36.2% 37.4% 1
9 Angelo De Nile "All For Victory" 0.8% 5.5% 6.3% 5

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External links

  • Official website
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