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Follow Him to the End of the Desert
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Skraeckoedlan play music that is groovy and heavy, with mostly all of the lyrics in Swedish. The reason for that is that they think that it gives ananother dimension to the sound and psychedelicness.
In late september 2009, Skraeckoedlan recorded their first EP, "Flykten från tellus" (the escape from earth) in the Bombshelter studios in Örebro, with Oskar Cedermalm of Truckfighters as producer / technician.
It's a 5 track EP with an abstract concept about the environmental issues going on, with the polar ices melting, leading to a big horror lizard being awaken from the ice, and beginning to demolish the earth.
And that is also what the name Skraeckoedlan means, horror lizard.
Erik Rapp (born on July 6, 1996 in Leksand, Sweden) is a Swedish singer.
Erik Rapp began his music career in Sweden during year 2011, when he participated in "Lilla Melodifestivalen 2011" (Swedish selection for Junior Eurovision Song Contest) with the song "Faller" (released in English as "U Got Me Goin' Crazy). Rapp won the Swedish final and was selected to represent Sweden in "Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011" in Yerevan, Armenia. In the JESC final, Rapp finished on 9th place.
On November 23, 2011, weeks before Junior Eurovision Song Contest, he released the single "U Got Me Goin' Crazy", which is the English version of his song "Faller". Same week, on November 29, he released another single "Gimme U'r Read mo...
Lé Betre ~ Leksand, Sweden
Blues Rock, Hard Rock
Lé Betrecreates music. Mostly blues influenced rock music. The band was founded in Leksand, a small village in Sweden back in 2011.
"If you close your eyes and pretend that you are not in Falun in 2013, one might think that you are in England, and that the year is 1972. But if you choose to keep your eyes open you also get the aesthetic that this music requires. The entire band's performance feels very professional, and the vocals, well, I don't know when I last heard a voice like that." - Dalarnas daily newspaper DT.se
Lé Betre is Marcus Jonsson on vocals/guitar, Anders Westman on guitar, Roger Lysén on Bass and Jonas Sahlberg on drums.
Follow him to the end of the desert (FHTEOD) is a political one man Hip-Hop project located in the middle of Sweden.
With heavy beats, political rhymes and a quite outstanding live show FHTEOD often gets the attention from people outside the regular HipHop crowd.
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