David Lehnberg, born, raised and still a habitant of the cold and northern city of Gävle, Sweden, has reached the age of 25. Come June, his fourth album as Ariel Kill Him, “Named After You”, hits the streets.
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’.
David Sandström was the drummer for the punk/hardcore groups known as Refused from Umeå, Sweden. After Refused broke up David and the other members worked on a project entitled TEXT and released one album. Then David went on to do solo work. His first release was called Om det inte händer nåt innan imorgon så kommer jag was released in 2000.
Björn Kleinhenz was born in Germany. Short time after his birth he moved to Sweden. He is now a singer/songwirter who sings with a twanging voice his beatutiful and honest songs. Until now, he has released two albums (Yeah Baby Whooaa and Trans Pony) but also worked on some split CDs and some songs were released on sample CDs.
Hell on Wheels, from Stockholm, began as 4-piece, but in Autumn 1994 was reduced to three members. It includes a salesclerk, a radio producer and a guide at the Medieval Museum of Stockholm. Rickard Lindgren: lead vocals, guitar
The Swedish ensemble Ikaros was formed in early 2004 by its founding core members David Lehnberg and Gunnar Forsman. David and Gunnar originally played in the indie band Leiah but after 5 years of excessive touring and record releasing they broke up.
There are two artists using this name: 1) Kate Mosh formed in Berlin in 1999. The first LP (Flash Gulash, 2001) was a self production. Some years later in 2004 they released their debut album "Life Is Funfair" and went on tour around Europe. An EP followed in 2005 titled "4 A.
The original thought behind the band Strip Music was a stripped down minimalist trio formed by Henric de la Cour and Christian Berg while their former band (Yvonne) took a break, which turned out to be permanent.
Hailing from Malmö, Sweden, David Fridlund is the singer, songwriter and David in David & the Citizens. You could think that he wouldn’t need a solo project but he most certainly does. David & the Citizens is a band in every meaning of the word, though David writes all the songs the band makes the songs flourish; nowadays more than before.
If Television Personalities had been melancholic Swedes who released records on Creation in the early 90's they might have sounded something like South Ambulance. It's energetic, happy-sad and most infectious.