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Honningbarna (NO)

Honningbarna means honey children.

"HARD AS CEMENT - SWEET AS CANDY"

What do you get if you throw six testosterone-filled 19-year-olds from Kristiansand, Norway with a cello, a Hammond organ, two guitars, a bass, a drum kit and fresh young anarchism into a cement mixer? The answer is HONNINGBARNA!

With an absolute contempt for the establishment, snarling lyrics, riffs that kick the floor, all mixed with cello and organ solos - Honningbarna take you by scruff of the neck and won't let you down until you have knelt and received a solid lesson in southern punkrock! Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Lorentz

Lorentz Berger is a Swedish hip-hop music artist. Raised on Södermalm, Stockholm, he became part of the Grammis winning duo Lorentz & Sakarias together with his brother Sakarias Berger. In 2014 he made his solo-debut and released his album "Kärlekslåtar" which he won a Grammis for Best HipHop/Soul of The Year for. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Mattias Alkberg

Mattias Alkberg, born 8 januari 1969, is a swedish musician, songwriter and poet. He is guitarist and vocalistin the indie rock band The Bear Quartet, that released their first album in 1992, the same year as his first poetry collection, Separerade ägg ("Separated eggs"), was published. His swedish language band Mattias Alkberg BD saw success in 2004 when their first album was released. In 2009 he recorded the solo album Nerverna ("The Nerves").

Alkberg has published four poetry collections on Wahlström & Widstrand. He recieved an award from Svenska Akademien in 2004. Alkberg has also contributed as a chronicler and record reviewer in the newspaper Norrbottens-Kuriren.

Alkberg grew up in Tuna in Luleå but currently ...

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Hurula

Solo-project of Robert "Hurula" Pettersson, who was the force behind beloved Swedish punk bands Masshysteri and The Vicious since 2008. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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