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The Grand Opening + The Tallest Man on Earth + Idiot Wind + I'm Kingfisher + Musika77 + Dear Euphoria + Promise and the Monster + The Tarantula Waltz + Muxika77
THE GRAND OPENING is a band from Stockholm. Behind everything that is THE GRAND OPENING stands John Roger Olsson. This Is Nowhere To Be Found was conceived and recorded mostly on his own, in his flat in Björkhagen, Stockholm last winter. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Behind the name The Tallest Man On Earth is Swedish singer-songwriter Kristian Matsson (born April 30, 1983). He was formerly the front man in Montezumas.
He has released several full length albums, the first entitled Shallow Grave and the second entitled The Wild Hunt. His album, Dark Bird Is Home, was released May 12th 2015 via Dead Oceans. He has also released a self-titled 5-track EP on the Swedish label Gravitation, as well as a second 5-track EP entitled Sometimes The Blues Is Just a Passing Bird released on Dead Oceans.
The Tallest Man On Earth is known for his raw voice. His raw vocal style and folk-based musical style is sometimes compared to that of Bob Dylan. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text ...
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...
The indie-folk troubador Thomas Jonsson was 2008 listed in the British newspaper The Times as one of six acts who have taken the Swedish pop scene onwards since ABBA. Now in 2010, the time has come to release his fourth solo album 'ARCTIC' (Playground Music) which is the first one to come out under his brand new musical alias I'm Kingfisher (formerly: Thomas Denver Jonsson). Scandinavian Release Oct 18th, The release was followed by touring with Ed Harcourt in Scandinavia. During spring 2011, Arctic is released in UK, Benelux, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and more. Thomas has all in all made 400+ shows in 19 countries. Including US and UK..
The new cd 'Arctic' is a conceptual album about polar expeditions and Arctic flora & ...