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Frida Selander is a swedish musician from Holmsund, close to Umeå in the north of Sweden. Influenced by Patti Smith, Neil Young and Nina Simone she produces music with strong vocals accompanied by rhyming guitars on her own label AMASONORA. She also plays bass guitar in the band "David sandström overdrive".
So far she has released 5 solo albums. Her debut album "Be the knight" was released in 2006 followed by two albums in 2007. "Happy Knocks” which included outtakes from “Be The Knight” and the album “My Dance” which was written especially for a puppet theatre performance with the same name. In 2011 she released "Try again baby" which was followed by her latest album "I hear Sunshine" in 2015. Read more on Last.fm . User...
ROTH is a Swedish pop-duo composed of Julia and Gustav whose vocal harmonies take influences from all sorts of music from Feist to Queen. Hailing from Midsommarkransen , a southern suburb of Stockholm, Sweden, the duo are determined to produce and record more music with their rock- and popinfluences.
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Roth Ritter began writing music in the early 1990's that reflected a passion for the kind of music he was listening to in his college years. With influences early in his music career like Front Line Assembly, Clan of Xymox, and Depeche Mode, the genre referred to today as "Electronica" or "Ambient" may not be quite what you would expect to hear from such an artist. Over the years an evolution ...
Suvi Richter is a Stockholm based artist and songwriter. Originally from Finland, Suvi moved to Sweden when she was 16. Clovers is the first single from her upcoming album that will be released within a year. Suvi is releasing her material on BeatRoot, her own label/record company. On the album she has collaborated with producers Julius Duhs and Robin Svensk (a.k.a Robin Rocks & Rubio), known for their work with the dj-songwriter-duo Nervo, Miike Snow, and the winner of Eurovision Song Contest 2012 Loreen. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.