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José González (born 1978 in Gothenburg, Sweden) is a Swedish indie folk singer-songwriter and guitarist (of Argentinian extraction). In 2003, he released his debut album, Veneer, in Europe. The album has since been released in the UK, on April 25, 2005, and in the United States on September 6, 2005. González is also a member of the Swedish band Junip, along with Elias Araya and Tobias Winterkorn.
The song Crosses, from Crosses EP and the later Veneer, appeared on the finale of the second season of the popular American television comedy-drama The O.C.. His cover of Heartbeats (also from Veneer) was used in a popular Sony BRAVIA TV commercial featuring coloured bouncing balls in San Francisco and an episode of Zach Braff's Scrub...
El Perro del Mar (The Sea Dog) is the nom de musique of Sarah Assbring, a Swedish pop thrush whose recordings are glorious aural confections that combine Brill Building pop and the influences of Brian Wilson, Burt Bacharach, and Smokey Robinson with lyrics that speak with a sweet, ineffable sadness of the pitfalls of love and life. According to Assbring, the name El Perro del Mar came to her during an ill-fated vacation in Spain; she was alone, depressed, and out of sorts when a stray dog came up to her while she sat on the beach, and the dog's efforts to bond with her inspired her to express her feelings through songwriting. Assbring began recording her new songs on her own, playing most of the instruments herself as well as singing, an...
Systraskap is a Swedish electronic duo founded in 2011 by Sabina Wärme and Amanda Lindgren.
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Sator is a band originally from Borlänge, Sweden and consists of five band members called Kent Norberg [guitar, vocals], Hans Gäfvert, Chips Kiesbye [guitar, vocals], Heikki Kiviaho (bass) and Michael Olsson [drums]. The Band was formed in 1981. Originally named Sator Codex changed their name to Sator with the release of 'Slammer' in 1987. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.