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Ninsun Poli + Kristian Anttila + Järnet + Josefine Nilsson + Bellaroush + Slowgold + Reveries + Konflikten + Noice Noir + High Cheru + Julia Rio + Zuumario
Ninsun Poli is a soul artist who has been an active songwriter and singer for several years. She is an Assyrian girl, born and raised in Botkyrka (a suburb of Stockholm). She describes her own music as soul/r'n'b, which is her own favourite type of music, but she has grown up with all types of music around her, including Assyrian music.
Ninsun writes most of the material herself but works a lot with her brother Nabu Poli (Clee and Drank-a-Lot from The Luniz, Humpty Hump, Mili Mili). The EP "For Real", was recorded in Los Angeles during the summer of 2005 with musicians who have collaborated with artists such as Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston and Diana Ross.
She made her first live appearance with her band at the Hu...
Matti Kristian Anttila (born March 4, 1979) is a Gothenburg based Finnish-Swedish indie pop musician. Anttila's father is from Finland, his mother from Bulgaria. During his first year he lived in Skövde but then he moved with his mother to Gothenburg. Anttila released his debut album 'Natta de mina' in 2003. He followed up in 2005 with the EP 'Sockerläpp' and the album 'Innan bomberna'. June 2008 saw the release of his third album, 'Lille Napoleon'. The music is mostly guitar-based indiepop with melancholic lyrics and some electronic references. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Bellaroush’s music ranges from emotive soul ballads to engaging, energy-laden uptempo hits, deeply rooted in reggae with an edge of electronica and hip-hop. The seven-piece band features no less than four singers whose powerful harmonies deliver hard-hitting lyrics about strength, weakness, love, solidarity, protest and revolution.
New album on Spotify: open.spotify.com/album/4zLrJFXFaLNdhzV3qDCWSJ Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.