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Wobbler is a name used by at least two artists.

1) Wobbler is a Progressive Rock band from Norway. Wobbler was formed in the idyllic Norwegian countryside, not too far from the great waterfalls of Hønefoss, in the spring of 1999 with a burning desire to create or perhaps recreate some of the musical expressions of the early seventies, especially in the use of the instruments of that time (notably Mellotron and Moog synthesizers) and the extended compositional style of the progressive rock scene from 1969-1974. They released some demo tracks on their website which were well-received in the Prog community, and released their debut album, Hinterland, to good reviews in 2005. Tracks can be found and downloaded on their MySpace

2) Wobbler is a one man audiomaker with a dark studio in the upperclass district Übermalm of Stockholm, Sweden. In the mink-fur-swamped surroundings, Wobbler creates electronic music with different styles. Everything from old school Commodore 64-remixes to laidback beaty waveforms. Wobbler consists of Markus Norsted. 
Free tracks (and other amusements) can be found and downloaded at Wobbler’s offical website,


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  • menswear2112

    Their music is the soundtrack to the 'Books Where You Are The Hero'

    13 Feb 2014 Reply
  • Enkuturi

    Goddamn, this band is so sweet… No day passes without me having one of their songs stuck on my head. Their three albums are incredibly good.

    16 Oct 2013 Reply
  • CrimsoN1972

    Does anyone know if something new is coming?! Preferably soon!

    18 Aug 2013 Reply
  • torge_d

    Hey fellow Wobbler listeners, my instrumental progressive rock band Ysma has just released their first album, Vagrant. It's fully streamable and two songs can be downloaded for free. Feel free to check it out and post what you think! :)

    1 May 2013 Reply
  • Neue_regel_

    rites of dawn is very nice

    26 Apr 2012 Reply
  • Mistermasyl

    Review of Wobbler -

    25 Apr 2012 Reply
  • vermilion_helix

    Great Prog band, their musical style is unique and powerful

    25 Feb 2012 Reply
  • kuiper_______

    Fuck me in the ballsack. This is so good!

    19 Feb 2012 Reply
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    6 Feb 2012 Reply
  • Bigfoots_Dick

    If Rites At Dawn was a person, I'd offer it my hand in marriage and have its babies.

    15 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Neue_regel_


    10 Oct 2011 Reply
  • svampmoln

    Our group "Retro rock" focuses on rock bands today with their sound rooted in the 60's and 70's rock. Welcome!

    4 Sep 2011 Reply
  • StakerSen

    First listen, I disliked. A lot better when I came back to it.

    25 Aug 2011 Reply
  • CricketsInTune

    Just found this band - really happy someone can still capture the authentic sound of 70's prog. I've seen a lot of complaint that they're just a Yes clone, but come on, Yes can't even write like this anymore. There's such a good grasp on Gentle Giant too - unreal.

    5 Aug 2011 Reply
  • ironhedd

    Rites at Dawn is a beautiful album! These guys are great.

    29 Jul 2011 Reply
  • Rushgrrrl

    This band is ridiculously GREAT. How did I miss them till now? True musicians, all. With a heart full of 70s prog goodness, all while maintaining their own unique sound. I love the new singer <3 But I also really love the previous albums, they are kinda dark and epic (they way we like em!) BRILLIANT band!!

    21 Jun 2011 Reply
  • anteropolso

    The singer sounds little bit of Anderson from Yes ? Agree ?

    18 Jun 2011 Reply
  • thomeidell

    I really enjoy Rites At Dawn, personally I enjoyed them live but, but I don't think that they have really succeeded at making an album that interests me before, Afterglow has it's moments though. But I never really liked the old vocalist Tony's vocals, didn't really fit in. Too much classic British heavy metal for my taste.

    15 Jun 2011 Reply
  • FoggyFogster

    Personally I love 'Rites at Dawn' (My wife hates it). I love all music, but am always drawn back to prog and this is so early 70's I think it captures a great era. I've not heard any other Wobbler but will now look for more. That's now 2 great Norwegien ands I know of Wobbler and Motorpsycho!!!!!!

    2 Jun 2011 Reply
  • omardiyejon

    I liked the new album but I feel the same as pupertron about their originality. 'Yes' influences are so obvious and it starts to bore after a few listenings.

    20 May 2011 Reply
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