Drummer Magnus Öberg and singer Johan Sellman met in a supermarket in 1990. Despite their young age, they were trying to buy beer. They didn't manage to get the beer, but they ended up playing in different bands together for over ten years. Shredhead and later Starmarket kept them constantly touring and recording albums.
Bright Light Fever is a powerhouse rock quartet hailing from Sacramento, California. Coming from the inevitable humble beginnings that any band of consequence must come from, Bright Light Fever have been hard at their toil for 4 years now.
1) Her majesty is a Swedish indieband. Read more about them on www.hermajestymusic.com 2) Her Majesty is a Dutch Beatles tribute band. They mostly cover songs from the album Abbey Road, but they also play a lot of other songs The Beatles wrote.
Jettie was formed in late 1999 by Stefan Juhlin, Jesper Bohm, Clas Bohman and Johan Friman. At the time, all the members were involved in other projects (Jason and the argonauts, Carnated, and Auster) and initially Jettie was considered more of a ‘side project’.
On the Speakers was a short lived independent-alternative rock band featuring lead singer Ian Sefchick, formerly of Creeper Lagoon. They released only one album, a 2004 self entitled EP, through Universal Records before parting amicably sometime in 2005. On the Speakers remains on indefinite hiatus.
They Live by Night are Christofer Byström, Joel Sjöö and Martin Andersson. The group formed in Gothenburg in late 2004. They were signed by Razzia Records a few months later and released their first recordings as a 5-track Ep. The debut album Art and Wealth was released in 2007.
Fear Of Music were a four-piece indie/alternative band from Manchester, UK. They are named after an LP by the band Talking Heads. They formed in 2001 as a threesome consisting of Jo Rose (vocals/guitar/keys), Ali Esmaail (bass) and Chris Stanley (drums). Mike Ward joined the band in 2003 as an additional guitarist after being introduced to the other two members by Jo.
Two guys from Stockholm that raise questions of what will happen when we grow old. They also produce melodies that correspond to bands like the Postal Service. Aggressive and calmly sophisticated at the same time.
With a past in the band "Busty", Tim Neu is for many a well-known face. He has written songs and played the guitar since the age of 15 and says that his own music is somewhere inbetween Neil Young, Jeff Buckley, Air and Pink Floyd.