Punk with a candy-twist in cheerleader style, that is Tiger Bell for those who have not heard them.
The band released their debut album “Don’t Wanna Hear About Your Band” in the fall of 2013 and got nominated for a Swedish P3 Gold award in the category “Best rock/metal” and two Swedish alternative Grammies for “Best video” and “Best Punk Rock”.
Tiger Bell are constantly on tour and this summer you can see them at among others Rock En Seine, Bråvalla and Troll Rock. Check all dates here!
Tiger Bell’s website
Tiger Bell’s Facebook
Nervous Nellie has released the new single “Skeletons”, listen to it here. This us the first sound from their new album “Where The Nightmare Gets In” that is released later this year. The album peeks inside the band’s nightmares and dreams and has been divided into three chapters, each one representing a certain brain state. The video was premiered by Noisey.
The Tarantula Waltz are playing Debaser in Stockholm 20th of September. Listen to the album “Tinder Stick Neck” here!
Cristian Dinamarca has a new bootleg out, listen to it here!
Andreas Söderlund has produced the new EP “Where The Nightmare Gets In – Theta: Chapter One” from Nervous Nellie. Ha has also written and produced the new single “Black Flag” with It’s A Bird! It’s A Plane”.
Tiger Bell has ended their European festival summer and are focusing on writing new sings. If you miss the band live check out the short documentary “Go Get It” here!
Samling covers Swedish punk legends Ebba Grön on the tribute album “Tyst För Fan” released November 20th. Listen to their version of “Beväpna er” here! On October 11th a “re-vocal” version featuring Eva Dahlgren of the track “Natten” was released. See the video here!
THE TARANTULA WALTZ
Upon hearing some of the songs from this album The Tarantula Waltz was dubbed “Best of What’s Next” by Paste Magazine last fall. The man behind the moniker is Markus Svensson, a 28 year old hailing from Stockholm and one of Sweden’s most talented singer/songwriters. Whether seen and heard on stage as the proverbial guitar picking bard solo act or in a full-blown band context, Svensson always deliver the goods.
With two full length albums to his name so far the Stockholm musician released his third outing entitled “Tinder Stick Neck” on April 23rd 2014. Musically the album is somewhat somber, heavier and at the same time also airier and with a warmer sound then the previous albums. It is best described as Alternative Folk for the 21st century with peers such as Laura Marling, Jason Molina, Damien Jurado, The Tallest Man On Earth and Feist. Guest appearances include the outstanding chanteuse Idiot Wind and two-thirds of Swedish folk trio sensation Nordic.
The Tarantula Waltz’s website
The Tarantula Waltz’s Facebook
Here you can listen to a few tracks by WIFE artists, enjoy!
Club goers in Stockholm has recognized the curly hair and big smile behind the decks for a long time but few know that Cristian Dinamarca is one of the architects in the Swedish club collective Svensk Bas and the man behind the sound of amongst other Swedish rapper Gnučči.
In 2014 he will step out from behind the decks and begin releasing music in hos own name. Check out his Soundcloud set and get ready to dance!
Cristian Dinamarca’s Website
Cristian Dinamarca’s Facebook
Mixing slick melodies, multifarious lyrics, arena rock and Brooklyn indie, Seaside Heights started out in the summer of 2012, with a unique combination of melancholy and optimism.
Their debut single, “Turnover”, was voted best unsigned act by Swedish national radio P3 listeners five weeks in a row and got playlisted (for those interested, it’s the Swedish equivalent of Radio 1)
For fans of The National, Interpol and Tiger Lou, the band mediates a big pathos that’s hard to harness.
Seaside Heights Website
Seaside Heights Facebook
WIFE is an artist / producer management company.
WIFE provides help with Music Supervision for advertising agencies, brands and production companies.
WIFE founder, Hampus Kivimäe, is representing Sweden in the board of Nordic showcase festival by:Larm and is also member of the board at music aggregator BD Pop.
WIFE is based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Four guys. Two sets of brothers. Two coasts. Two countries. Four albums. One love. That amounts to a total of fifteen something’s, all equally important to the end result which is Nervous Nellie. Maybe these things are what solely make these people so marvellous. Maybe Nervous Nellie is solely marvellous because they let us laugh & cry without indignity.
More info here!
Nervous Nellie’s website
Nervous Nellie’s Facebook
Introducing Sweden’s finest, Samling. A collective friends and musicians that came together to create music inspired by the 60′s and 70′s Swedish music and arts movement. And from there to create something new and interesting. Something that tells what they experience and us who they are. Samling provide warm folkish rock with delicately enhanced psychedelic vibes. Everything entwined with heavy grooves and dreamy melodies. When playing live, the focus is on the joy of playing their music, bobbing heads and grooving along with the audience.
Happiness in music as its best! Don’t miss!
More info here!
Andreas Söderlund is a producer/song writer who is known under various artist alias such as Niccokick, It’s a bird! it’s a plane! and Sounds Like Violence. He has produced and written songs to artists such as Hello Saferide, Suvi, Nervous Nellie, Erik Rapp, Ariana & the Rose, Sirena and Leo Leoson to name a few.
He frequently works with songwriter/producer Daniel Alexander (Cee Lo Green, Shakira etc).
Andreas Söderlund’s Facebook
WIFE handles music related issues.
WIFE deals with branding and definition of musical profiles and music supervision – in films, TV, commercials, musicals and computer games.
WIFE will help you
- define your need and formulate a goal
- with guidance throughout the working process
- secure your satisfaction
Learn how to communicate with music. It will give you a unique platform to stand on.
Bellow you can see some of the other stuff we have been part of creating over the years!
Let us know if you want to see/hear more stuff.
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