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Hederos & Hellberg

On New Years Day 2000, supposed to be a day of reunion for the Nymphet Noodlers, most of the members never showed up. Probably due to sufferings from New Years Eve... Mattias Hellberg and Martin Hederos found themselves alone in the studio and to pass time they played some covers, just piano and vocals. The engineer pressed the record button and a record was released later that year. The duo was praised to the sky by the critics for their low-keyed interpretations of the songs of masters such as Bob Marley, Kris Kristofferson and Neil Young performed with melancholy, soul and a gospel feeling accompanied by a padding and dextrous piano.

Martin Hederos’ sensitive and fondling way of playing the piano together with Mattias’ har...

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Fredrik Lindholm

Olle Nilsson

Joel Alme

Joel Alme (1980) is a pop singer from Gothenburg, Sweden but currently residing in Stockholm.

Alme released his debut album A Master of Ceremonies on April 22, 2008 with "Queen's Corner" being the single. In 2010 he released his second studio album called Waiting for the Bells. He is the former lead singer for Spring in Paris.

When Alme received grant money from the Swedish Arts Council (Kulturrådet) for his second album Waiting for the Bells he said, “it enabled me to use a real strings orchestra and I could spend more time in a very good studio with a good producer, Mattias Glavå.”

In 2015 Joel released his first album in swedish, called Flyktligan


A Master Of Ceremon...

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Kajsa Grytt

Kajsa Grytt born June 20th, 1961 in Stockholm is a Swedish punk icon, guitarist, singer and songwriter. Sister of Per Grytt.

Kajsa Grytt was singer and guitarist in the band Tant Strul (1979-1985) and the duo Kajsa & Malena (1985-1988 and 1998), she also wrote most of the songs. In 1990 Kajsa formed the short-lived duo De missanpassade (Swedish for "The Misfits"), together with Johan Johansson from KSMB. Kajsa is now a solo artist who made a critically acclaimed comeback in 2003 and since then she has often played with David Giese. She has so far made four solo albums - on the latest album, Brott & Straff ("Crime & punishment", released in March 2006), several of the lyrics were written by female prisoners in Sweden. On the s...

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