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Pipes of Scotland
392 31 Kalmar
392 31 Kalmar
Emerald Park was formed in Malmo, Sweden in 2001. After 2 years on the demostage, EP released the full-length album "Sadness Within". Since then, the band has taken several leaps in different directions, mainly forward. From being stuck in the down-to-earth alt.country/folk/rock category, the musical spectra now comprises a great deal of the band members own musical influences, that stretches back from 80:s postpunk to 00:s Canadian indie. All this interlinked with lyrics from a downward perspective. Everything goes? 13 newly recorded tracks are waiting in the pipeline for a release in 2008. They are produced by the band and Ola Frick from The Moonbabies.
The bands members are Tobias Borelius, Martina Johansson, Frans af Schmi...
Swedish For Beginners are a Swedish pop orchestra, playing guitar-based indie pop with a lot of electronica and vocal harmonies, described at one point as the affinity between The Smiths and The Beach Boys.
In October of 2007, Swedish For Beginners performed at the prestigious In The City festival in Manchester. One of 57 unsigned bands from all over the world, SFB was the only Swedish band to play at the festival.
In 2009, the debut album Facts and Fabrications was released on Wonderland Records. In July the same year, Swedish for Beginners performed at the Arvika Festival in Sweden, where the band - according to the festival's site - made the audience "dance with an energy rarely seen".
Facts and Fabric...
Carl-Otto Johansson lives in Kalmar, Sweden, and makes music under the name Orphan Songs. He was singer and songwriter in the Swedish indie band Eyedrop who split up in 2005 in the early stages of recording their second album and in the aftermath of the break-up, Carl-Otto got single custody over the songs left behind – his “Orphan Songs".
Soon his family of melodies got bigger as he started writing new material and set out to record a solo album, a project that took years to complete. Produced in his home studio, Carl-Otto plays almost every instrument himself.
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