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Her Bright Skies

Her Bright Skies have developed a distinctly modern sound, with piercing melodies, emotive vocals and an ever-rising tidal wave of fans - all on their own terms. “Causing A Scene” displays a band which has purified its sacred mission to carry your ass into a world where music is first and foremost a party – not psychoanalysis. With both feet firmly entrenched in the American tradition of melodic punk, pop and metal, Her Bright Skies have developed a way to lift themselves out of small town boredom all the while creating their own niche: energetic rock conveyed with a touch of that indefinable...

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Friska Viljor

It was January, in the year of grace 2005. Two broken relationships had led two very good friends (Daniel & Joakim) down the path to the strikingly untidy rehearsalstudio. A decision was made.
A decision that may well change these lost souls lives forever. A decision that was based on the numerous nights of toxic discussions between the two. The one topic that was always brought to life these nights, ever so confusing, was love.

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The Wednesday Club

The Wednesday Club (A.J. Miller, Max Broady, John Perry and Jack Rutter) began as a bedroom based recording project in 2004, expanding in 2007 to a full band. Incorporating Influences such as Guided By Voices, Neutral Milk Hotel and The Clean. They make left-field Indie Pop with the emphasis on Hooks. Have only ever written one chorus. Other bands they are involved in include: The Manhattan Love Suicides, Staerimto, Exit Flagger, The Medusa Snare, The Stay At Homes, Wallaby Willington, Art Fuck & Death Shit and The What I Wanted To Do's.

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Zacke

After having four singles on the Swedish radiostation P3's playlists (”Spela mig på radion”, ”Förlorad generation” and ”1000-0 till idioterna” "Visst är det vackert”) Zacke released his debutalbum "Visst är det vackert". The album, that was produced by Mördar-Anders from Movits! was praised by critics and listeners. Scandinavia's largest hip-hop magazine Kingsize wrote that the album was "one of the better ones that have been released in a long time". Even other critics were impressed by Zacke's original style and praised him.

Read more about Zacke on Last.fm.

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