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Sleep Party People (DK)

Sleep Party People is the brainchild of Brian Batz, a Danish multi-instrumentalist with a boundless imagination.

Taking as inspiration the work of Boards Of Canada, David Lynch and Erik Satie, Batz found the sound of the old battered piano in his apartment, coupled with a freaky electronic alteration of his recorded voice, created an eerie, hypnotic sound.

With his other worldly signature sound in place, this one-man home recording project started to take shape back in 2008, the collection of weird and haunting melodies he created forming the basis for Sleep Party People’s self-titled debut album (2010).

Back home in Denmark electronic pioneer Trentemøller showed his approval by offering SPP a slot on ...

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Choir of Young Believers (DK)

Choir Of Young Believers are a band from Copenhagen, Denmark. The man behind this band is the Danish, Greek and Indonesian Jannis Noya Makrigiannis. For many years, Jannis has moved in the underground circles of the Danish indie scene and been a part of the legendary band, Lake Placid. Since 2006 he has been working on his solo material, which has now resulted in the debut EP from Choir Of Young believers, called Burn The Flag.

The songs for the EP were written in Berlin, Copenhagen and in a small town on the Greek island Samos, where Jannis lived for a while. The acoustic demos has then been evolved and arranged with producer Anders Rhedin, who has played a big part in creating the unique sound on the EP. Musically, Choir Of ...

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Mads Langer (UK)

Mads Langer (Skive, Denmark, 1984) is a Danish singer and singer-songwriter, who became internationally known for his cover of "You're Not Alone" by the British band Olive. While that song is cheerful, his own songs are frequently typified as emotional guitar ballads, because many of them are in a minor scale and have a melancholic feel to them. He has explained that even when he tries to write an uplifting song, it often ends up being a sad song, even though he does consider himself to be an optimist rather than an emotional person and says about himself that he is not that sensitive but rather a very tough guy. Langer also writes more powerful songs and performs various songs on piano. His third studio album Behold will be released o...

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Linnea Henriksson

Linnea Henriksson, born 9 November 1986 in Halmstad, is a Swedish jazz and pop singer who finished fourth in the 2010 edition of Swedish Idol. She received musical education at Skurups Folkhögskola where in 2007 met the members of the Prylf jazz band. That same year she became the band's singer. Prylf released their debutalbum Kind of Green in 2010.

In 2011 Linnea Henriksson released her first solo single Väldigt kär/Obegripligt ensam which she wrote together with Orup.
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