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Frida Selander is a swedish musician from Holmsund, close to Umeå in the north of Sweden. Influenced by Patti Smith, Neil Young and Nina Simone she produces music with strong vocals accompanied by rhyming guitars on her own label AMASONORA. She also plays bass guitar in the band "David sandström overdrive".
So far she has released 5 solo albums. Her debut album "Be the knight" was released in 2006 followed by two albums in 2007. "Happy Knocks” which included outtakes from “Be The Knight” and the album “My Dance” which was written especially for a puppet theatre performance with the same name. In 2011 she released "Try again baby" which was followed by her latest album "I hear Sunshine" in 2015. Read more on Last.fm . User...
A Lanky Swede is a low-key solo project by Swedish singer-songwriter Ola Klüft best known as frontman of The Perishers. In 2012, he released the album "Soon, Soon, Soon". Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Annika Norlin is a singer/songriter from Sweden. Most of her songs are released under the name Säkert!, which is Annika Norlin's artist name when she sings in swedish or Hello Saferide which is her english stagename.. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
TWO WHITE HORSES
Watching a Two White Horses performance is eerily reminiscent of meeting the eyes of an animal in the wild; the communication is filled with steady surprise, wonder, and the thrill of finding common ground with a disparate creature. Behind the experience is tangible, melodramatic pop music built around the medium of voice. Two voices, in fact, which have the instinctive ability to find each other in harmony, and are driven by the need to create prepossessing melodies animated with "that classical feeling," as Lovisa describes it. The addition of props and an indubitable stage presence have the effect of ushering the crowd directly out of the bar and into their world - the world of Two White Horses.