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Cinemascape was initially a duo from Stockholm, formed by Johan Jarl and Sébastien Malmquist. After a short time, their producer Marcus Johansson joined as a member and they became a trio.

They write the kind of songs that they really miss on today's music scene: songs with strong melodies with the vocals as focal point. All this placed in an elegant and yet danceable soundscape. Cinemascape listen to a lot of music from different genres and let themself be inspired by all kinds of different artists from many corners of the world. In English and in French the members write and perform their songs and personal lyrics. Musically they can be described as a hybrid of fashionable, modern, French-inspired electro, dark and elegant g...

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Eddie Wheeler


Bossa Machine


There are, at least, two bands known as Troublemakers:

1) A French trio
2) A Swedish punk

1) A French trio: Fred Berthet, Arnaud Taillefer & DJ Oil. They met, in 1998, at la Friche Belle (Marseille, France). Their appreciation for '60s / '70s jazz, funk & film scores - plus dance elements - produced a distinctive eclectic sound.

Two years in studio produced a début album - Doubts & Convictions (2001 on Guidance Recordings). Then, Fred departed, leaving a duo. Next they produced a 52 min' film soundtrack - Express Way (filmed in Marseille, OST on Blue Note).

2) A Swedish punk band originally formed in Gothenburg in 1981 with members from Perverts and Göteborg Sound. After a while the band s...

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