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Billie The Vision & The Dancers
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Two artists share the name Timbuktu.
1) A rapper from Sweden.
2) A rapper from London, Ontario.
1) Jason Diakité (born 11 January 1975 in Lund, Sweden), known under the stage name Timbuktu, is a Swedish rapper.
He is from Scania, the southernmost part of Sweden, and raps with a slight scanian accent. Having released four studioalbums and a live album he has firmly established himself as a political rapper, borrowing influences from folk music, American blues as well as music from West Africa and Jamaica. A Tribe Called Quest was Timbuktu's favourite rap group when he was a kid.
Timbuktu started rapping in the early 1990s, and quickly became very popular in the hip hop scenes of Malmö, Stoc...
At first impression the indie pop ensemble, Billie the Vision & the Dancers might seem as yet another pop band with no apparent worries. But if you were to dig a little deeper, you would soon discover that they're not always about expressing joy, happiness and dancing. What is more, their music actually manages to transcend generation gaps. Billie, moreover, is not a person per se, but rather represents the inherent quality the band wants to encourage their listeners to find within themselves. Billie is about not being afraid of being naive, pretentious or corny, to be proud of what you are and have the guts to say, "Meet us there at the Nobel Square if you wanna change the world with us".
Billie the Vision & the Dancers got t...
Matti Kristian Anttila (born March 4, 1979) is a Gothenburg based Finnish-Swedish indie pop musician. Anttila's father is from Finland, his mother from Bulgaria. During his first year he lived in Skövde but then he moved with his mother to Gothenburg. Anttila released his debut album 'Natta de mina' in 2003. He followed up in 2005 with the EP 'Sockerläpp' and the album 'Innan bomberna'. June 2008 saw the release of his third album, 'Lille Napoleon'. The music is mostly guitar-based indiepop with melancholic lyrics and some electronic references. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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1) The Guild is an award-winning online sitcom about the lives of an online guild "The Knights of Good", with each webisode 3–7 minutes long. The first episode was posted July 27, 2007. It is broadcast on The Guild's official website, on iTunes as a podcast, effinfunny.com and YouTube, and is available for download from the Xbox Live Marketplace. The show follows the life of Codex, the healer of The Knights of Good, who attempts to lead a normal life after one of her guildmates shows up on her doorstep.
The Guild is written by Felicia Day (who stars as Codex), directed by Jane Selle Morgan and Greg Benson (season 1) and Sean Becker (season 2), and produced by Jane Selle Morgan an...
Little Marbles is an indie pop-band formed in Norrköping, Sweden. They have now moved to Stockholm. The bands front members are Julia Adams (born 12 October 1990) and Linn Tabudlong (born 17 November 1990). The band was formed in the summer of 2006 at Julia's grandmothers 60-year-old-party. When they sang together they noticed that their voices fit together and continued writing songs. During the beginning of 2012 Little Marbles toured both China and Cuba and finished up their third album, Vi kan göra det hur du vill (We can do it anyway you want to). Just like on the previous album Miss Li and Sonny Boy Gustafsson were producers and helped with the compositions.
Little Marbles say that "most of the lyrics are parts of our dia...