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Wilhelm Bohman and Henrik "Punsch" Johansson first met in their hometown, Skara, in central Sweden, in the late eighties. Three years later Bohman and Punsch moved up north to the capital, Stockholm, to continue their art studies. Here they began building up their studio in earnest.

After two years in Stockholm, the restless duo moved abroad: to San Sebastián, in the Basque Country in the north west of Spain. The city was a great source of inspiration, and they took their name, Gros, from one of the city’s neighbourhoods.

”Waves” (FSONE 003) was released in November 2002. In November/December of 2003 Gros began recording their second album ”Radio Islas”, in the Gracia district of Barcelona. Using vintage analogue sy...

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Brott och Straff

We Do Not Negotiate With Terrorists

"Riotous, rambunctious and raw, and warrant a closer listen and a bigger budget." Chris Long, Producer BBC Manchester.

"...makes Sham 69 sound like The Strokes...far from a conventional band"

"It's quite simply bloody charming!" Groove Magazine, Sweden

"Stone Roses on laughing gas with a totally speeding Ian Brown on the mic." Gothenburg Post

Formed by Ross Downing from Salford, Manchester, UK some time around 2005. Recorded a four track CD #Bombing the Underground# released in early 2007, with members of Tread New Traumas, Stay Moriarty, The Oholics and Jacques Labouchere who later joined the band on Bass. The band is clearly active despite no further releases, wit...

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