Bob Hansson is one of the most famous contemporary swedish poets. He's written several books (Lugna puckars mosebok , Bräcklighetens poetik , Här är vi , Halleluja liksom ), performed at festivals, schools and rock clubs and made a spoken word CD where several famous swedish artists appear (Joakim Thåström and Ola Salo among others).
Sibiria was founded in Stockholm, Sweden, in the fall of 2002 by Martin Abrahamsson, Martin Hanberg and Erik Laquist. In april 2003 Sibiria themself distributed their first cdr-single, "Sibiria". In the fall of 2003 the members did however move to different parts of the country (and world) and the band was therefore more or less disolved.
Sara Isaksson is a Swedish singer, born in 1971. She sings in English in a confessional style with piano or folk-rock accompaniment. Her studio albums include Red Eden (1995) and Walking Through and By (1996). She has also released albums in collaboration with Anders Widmark (2002, 2008) and Rebecka Törnqvist (2006).
Franke is a rock band from Gothenburg, Sweden with the two brothers Fredrik and Nicklas Franke as the lead figures. Their lyrics are characterized by blackness, social alienation and problematic love. Music wise, Franke belongs in an alternative indiepop-furrow with hard guitars which in combination with the lyrics signals desperation and rootlessness.
Daniel Boyacioglu, a Swedish poet with so far thee musical CDs released. He started writing when he was 9 years old. He started rapping in early age, but then start to work with poetry instead. Now he's back on the hiphop scene with the albums 'The very best' (2004) and 'Visa 2007 – Show me the money' (2005).