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Långfinger + Grand Selmer + Val Venosta + Humörsvängningar + Bockstensmännen + Storbritannien + Bobastian + Intelligent Animal Minds + Eldoradio
465 98 Nossebro
465 98 Nossebro
Gothenburg, Sweden (2007 – present)
This trio from Gothenburg is considered by many as the best live act aproaching the rockscene today.
Inspired by bands such as Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad and West, Bruce & Laing, this band could be compared to many of todays powerful acts such as Monster Magnet, Clutch and Abramis Brama.
Långfinger is the band that vibrates the groove and has put the ”p” back in power!
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"Them motherfuckers they want your blood?
That was the question the band Grand Selmer asked when they woke up one early morning in December 2009 in a shitty apartment in Berlin. After a while they came to the conclusion it was not a question but a statement and decided to record an album instead…
After half a year with Currywurst, Weiβbier and touring throughout Germany they went back to their roots in Gothenburg, Sweden. They started to perfect the ideas and influences they collected in the past year to record the album “Though Day of Relief”.
With three EP-records released, produced by Per Ståhlberg (Division of Laura Lee) and artist Kristian Anttila it was time for an full length album.
A two man group, with its roots in the south of Sweden. Both members started out in one of Swedens biggest naive synthpop constellations; Ninjaspark, but later decided to leave to go on with solo projects. Inspired by 80s movie soundtracks and 70s punk they once again went together to start a new group; Val Venosta. With the help of synthesizers, computers and an urge to try new solutions to make sound they manage to put together inspiring electro hits with the soul of Ennio Morricone and the attitude of punk, as they describe it themselves. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.