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Daniel Lanois (CA)

Daniel Lanois (born September 19, 1951 in Hull, Québec is a Canadian record producer and singer-songwriter. He has produced albums for a wide variety of artists and released a number of albums of his own work. Artists he has worked with include Bob Dylan, U2, Brian Eno, Peter Gabriel, Robbie Robertson, Chris Whitley, Ron Sexsmith and Nash the Slash.

He started his production career working in his own studio, Grant Avenue Studios in Hamilton, Ontario. He worked with a number of local bands, most notably Martha and the Muffins, for whom his sister Jocelyne played bass, Ray Materick, as well as the Canadian children's singer Raffi.

After being discovered by Brian Eno and working collaboratively with him on some of E...

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Amanda Werne

Slowgold

Slowgold is a project of Swedish songwriter Amanda Werne. The Gothenburg-based trio released their fourth album, Dreams, in early 2017 and received praise from sources such as Sonic Magazine and Gaffa. The band consists of Amanda Werne on vocals and guitar, Erik Berntsson on drums, and Johannes Mattsson on bass. There’s something very humble, timeless and organic in their way of being, a sweet combination of Swedish and classic American folk music.

Swedish trio Slowgold offer dreamy folk pop for weary souls, with a hint of psychedelic rock added for good measure. Frontwoman Amanda Werne has an unforgettable voice and a charismatic stage presence: calm and quiet, yet strong and very much to the fore. True to their name, Slowgol...

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