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Dia Psalma + Big Fish + Stukas + Strebers + Charta 77 + Johan Johansson + Finkel Rockers + Dennis och De Blå Apelsinerna
Dia Psalma are almost legendary in the Swedish punk scene. Their music is best described as punk and metal tunes with influences from folk music with lyrics stretching from politics to Swedish folklore. The band is best categorized as "trallpunk", a Swedish term to describe punk sung in Swedish with lyrics easy to sing along with.
The band was formed in 1992 from the 80's punk band "Strebers" after one of the members died in a car accident. Ulke and Ztikkan recorded one last album called "Till en vän" (to a friend) with a drum machine replacing their friend and then decided to start a new band. They found Stipen who joined them as a drummer and in 1992 Dia Psalma was formed.
During the 90s Dia Psalma swept in like ...
There are several bands called Big fish:
Big fish is a band formed in Uppsala, Sweden in 1988. At the recording of the first demo "The Natural Powers" the clarinetist David Molin left the band and was replaced by Arvid Eriksson. Since then the set up has been: David Giese: Song and Machines, Tomas Gustavsson: Drums, Accordion and Claviatures, Andreas Iverhed: Bass and Song and Arvid Eriksson on Guitarr.
They where influenced by the Berlin and Hamburg Underground Scene with band such as Einstürzende Neubauten, KMFDM and Vladimir Estragon. So they started out with sampled, brutal rythms and metal-on-metal as drums and experimented with several genres such as Jazz, Punk, Rock and Swedish folk music.
Strebers, a swedish punkband formed in 1985. The band split up in 1988 but reunited again in 1989. The band finally disbanded in 1992 after the drummer and writer Johnny was killed in a car accident. The remaining members started the band Dia Psalma together with the ex. Merciless-drummer Stipen.
Strebers is known for their blending of very fast punkrock influenced by swedish folkmusic. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Swedish punk-band formed in 1983 in the Swedish town Köping.
Today the band consists of Per Granberg (lyrics & bass), Johnny Smedberg (guitar), Mattias Söderlund (bass), Johan Hultman (drums).
The band is a very popular live act, and often plays at music festivals.
Per Granberg met Johnny Smedberg after Per's former band N.O.S's gig at Folkets Park in Köping and they then formed the new band Charta 77. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.