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Inspired by the peaceful Scandinavian landscapes, the musical project Malmö takes its name from this famous Swedish city, a place of exchange and dialogue connecting Denmark via the Oresund detroit.
Through his compositions, this young Parisian creates tactful melodies which are finely cadenced by wooly beats. Ambient, electronica, and felted techno meet each other to give life to evading tracks.
Amateur of aerial tones, Malmö cites Four Tet, Saycet or Rone as his main influence, but he admits liking experimental and more radical music, as he shows his enthusiasm for producers like Fuck Buttons, or Mondkopf.
With his first track, Inupiat, accompanied by a beautiful video, and then with an acclaimed remix of Rone’s “Bye Bye Macadam”, he managed to have his music heard by many, and more specifically by people like the Sourdoreille crew.
This recognition allowed him to present his first live in various places in Paris, and to play a few dj sets in clubs such as Petit bain, Le Chinois, Panic Room, and even À la Folie, along side famous artists like Phon.o, AWD and Ada.
In December 2016, Malmö released the EP “Inupiat Remixes”, asking NIID, Emseatee and Mooncalf to remix his track, and adding himself a live version of the track.

Biography by Ronan Deshaies, translated from the french by Leo Martin

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