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Brända Barn (Burnt Children) was a Swedish post-punk band from Sundsvall, Sweden. The band was started by Anders Brodin in 1979, following the split of first-wave punk band Massmedia. They took their name from the novel with the same name by Stig Dagerman. The band chose to split in 1984 when Brodin got tired of the massive exposure the band received during and after the concerts. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Idde Schultz is a popular swedish singer and pop artist, sister of Irma Schultz and formerly a member of Zzzang Tumb. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
There are 2 bands under the Attentat moniker:
1) Attentat is a Swedish punk band from the town of Gothenburg. Known among other things for their tight connections to the football club GAIS about which they have written and recorded a couple of songs.
Mats Jönsson - vocals
Cristian "Crippa" Odin - bass
Magnus "Paddan/Remdo" Rydman - guitar
Patrik Kruse - guitar
Dennis "Larry" Staaf - drums
Martin Fabian - bass
Roberto Laghi - guitar
Dag Wetterholm - drums
Paul Schöning - drums
Peter "Pete the Beat" Björklund - drums
Discography (full length):
Tatuerade tårar (1981)
Här å nu! (1983)
I denna stan (198...
Makthaverskan is a Swedish post-punk band from Gothenburg, Sweden. The band layers aspects of noise, jangle and dream pop on a foundation of rambling, garage-punk energy. Distorted, uptempo riffs ebb and flow with laid back, atmospheric post punk throughout the tracks that make up the band’s sophomore LP ‘II’ on Run for Cover Records. Sonic bursts of anthemic pop are accentuated and brought to life by front-woman Maja Milner’s sharp and soaring delivery, cutting through layers of reverb to air out her dirty laundry. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.