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Andreas Kleerup is a record producer, drummer, and member of the Swedish group 'The Meat Boys' hailing from Stockholm, Sweden. His first single "Medication" was released in 2005 but his first mainstream collaboration was as the producer of fellow Swedish artist Robyn's #1 UK single With Every Heartbeat.
He wrote and produced the song Lay Me Down with Cyndi Lauper for her 2008 album Bring Ya to the Brink. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Just a few years ago, the term Swedish pop was more or less synonymous with the 1960s: chipper hooks, throwback arrangements, turtlenecks, and soft-focus album covers. But in a very short time, the country's indie output-- at least as perceived from these shores-- seems to have advanced two decades, with acts like the Legends and Pacific! finding inspiration in the sounds of the early 1980s. In this regard, Jonathan Johansson is a new romantic, but not necessarily a New Romantic. He doesn't dress outlandishly or portray himself as particularly androgynous, but that label (those two words divorced of their pop-historical meaning) nicely sum up the bruised emotionalism and chilly synthcraft of his Swedish-language debut, En hand i himlen (...
Swedish artist and producer Hanna Järver (born January 10th, 1993 in Örebro, Sweden) conquered the front ranks of Swedish electronic pop scene with singles like Ingenting Skrivet and Samma Gamla Himmel. Her debut EP Närke led to double nominations in the gala P3 Guld, one of the most prestigious music awards in Sweden. Her debut full-length album So Long was released in April 2018.
Shortly after finishing high school she moved to Stockholm for a thorough devotion to music. Her intimate lyrics and quirky electronic productions has got the attention of music sites like Noisey, The Line of Best Fit and Nordic by Nature. Hanna got supporters in other Swedish artists like Jonathan Johansson, Dante and Min Stora Sorg. Swedish youth...