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Crash Nomada

Crash Nomada is an international Folk Punk band based in Stockholm, Sweden. They are known for their mix of punk rock and different kinds of folk music from around the world. For example from the Middle East, Balkan, North Africa and Scandinavia

In an earlier formation, the band was called Dorlene Love. However, due to the name similarity to singer Darlene Love and receiving increasing international recognition, they changed name to Crash Nomada in March 2011 Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Den Flygande Bokrullen

Den Flygande Bokrullen started out as a duo in the University town of Uppsala in the early nineties with Matti Pohjola and Gustav Johansson. Back then DFB had many different kinds of folk music in its repertoire.

Hearing "Bobrikov" (a version of the tune Khsidishe Nigun by Boibriker Kapelle) by the Swedish group Norrlåtar, and the album Metropolis by the Klezmorim were pivotal musical experiences for the aspiring young musicians. Oskar found this record in the Pohjola brothers' mother's record collection. The group became a quintet in 1994 when the founders' younger brothers, Oskar Pohjola and Carl Johansson, and a friend, Lars Ydgren joined. In 1999 the new bass player Arvid Petterson joined when Oskar left the group and mov...

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