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Emil Jensen

Emil Jensen is a Swedish singer-songwriter/poet. He sings in a broad southern accent of Swedish (skånska), accompanied by mostly accoustic instruments such as guitar and piano on his two earlier records, and a greater variety of electronic tunes on his latest record ("Orka då", 2006).

His characteristic live shows consists of equal parts stand up comedy, poetry slam - Emil has won the Swedish poetry slam championship twice, and reached the fourth place in the world championship in Rotterdam - and music. The songs are usually simplified versions, allowing Emil to perform them alone, accompanying himself on the piano. On the studio albums, however, he is assisted by Marcus Cato from his former band "Mållgan". Read more on Last....

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Idiot Wind

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Idiot Wind is a previous stage name for Swedish musician Amanda Bergman. She now goes by her own name. Before Idiot Wind, Bergman has been known as both Jaw Lesson and Hajen.

Idiot Wind's first eponymously titled EP was released in November 2010 on self-managed label Häst.

In late 2010/early 2011 Bergman worked on a soundtrack for a feature film with The Tallest Man on Earth. The film, "Once a Year", directed by fellow Swede Gorki Glaser-Müller, is scheduled to be released late in 2011.

Amanda is also frequently seen on tour with The Tallest Man on Earth, and recordings of several collaborations have surfaced in the fan community. Read more on Last.fm . User-contribute...

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