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Linnea Henriksson, born 9 November 1986 in Halmstad, is a Swedish jazz and pop singer who finished fourth in the 2010 edition of Swedish Idol. She received musical education at Skurups Folkhögskola where in 2007 met the members of the Prylf jazz band. That same year she became the band's singer. Prylf released their debutalbum Kind of Green in 2010.
In 2011 Linnea Henriksson released her first solo single Väldigt kär/Obegripligt ensam which she wrote together with Orup.
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The debut album "Tingsek" from 29 year old Magnus Tingsek from Södra Sandby, a suburb of Lund and Malmö in southern Sweden, was released in Scandinavia in the summer of 2005. There have been rumblings from the Swedish indie sector about Magnus since he turned 20 when he got his first record deal with Ramblin Records in Lund - the neighbouring town of Malmö in the Swedish South. After having experienced first-hand the record industry's many ups and more downs over the last years - he has been working on his music - finely tuning a style that he can call his own. It all began in the town of Sodra Sandby where Magnus and his brother Anders (long time member of Christian Kjellvander's touring band) got access to the cellar at the local libra...
Big Fox is Charlotta Perers. Saturday and Cut You Out are her first two singles – written, produced and performed by the Fox herself in her living room in Malmö, Sweden.
It all started a few years ago with a strange feeling that she should be making music. She wasn’t a total beginner, but her previous experiences were rather of the more traditional style, with school choirs and 9 years of clarinet (although she now wonders why she spent so many years with that). She stopped taking piano lessons at 10, since the piano teacher realised she never practised. But somehow, for some reason, she ran into pop music, falling in love with the music of Cat Power, Feist, Frida Hyvönen, Jenny Wilson, Regina Spektor and many many more.