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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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Tiganá Santana (BR)

Tiganá Santana is a Brazilian singer in search of his Afro-Brazilian roots, who reveals with his music his own modern and ancestral sight of the universe. He is one of those rare Brazilians who partly composes in African languages, refreshing our ears with airy harmonies.

Tiganá Santana, 28 years old with 12 years of career, is identified by black music experts as an apprentice of the universal masters Dorival Caymmi, João Gilberto, Cole Porter, Pixinguinha, Ali Farka Touré and Habib Koité.

Tiganá grew up in the Afro-Brazilian city of Salvador in Bahia, on Brazil’s Atlantic coast, in a house where he could watch the different moods of the sea. He sings in Kikongo and Kimbundu, but also in Portuguese, English and Fr...

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Loney Dear

Loney Dear is the moniker currently used by multi-instrumentalist and home-recording phenomenon, Emil Svanängen from Jönköping, Sweden.

Until 2009, Svanängen recorded and released four records as Loney, dear. In 2009 he slightly changed this name, skipping the comma in Loney, dear. He is now recording and releasing music as Loney Dear. Both names exist on, so (for as long as the two are not merged) please try to get this right: it differs per album!

Loney Dear is the correct moniker for the following albums:
Dear John (2009)
Hall Music (2011)

The The Year Of River Fontana (2003), Citadel Band (2004), Sologne (2006)
and Loney, Noir (2007) albums were recorded and released as Loney...

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