Wobbler is a name used by at least two artists:
1) Rock band from Norway.
2) electronic music
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 http://www.myspace.com/wobblermusic.
To date, Wobbler has released four albums, all to acclaim from within the progressive rock community. As of this writing (February 2018), their fourth album, From Silence to Somewhere, is the highest-rated album of the entire twenty-first century on the progressive rock community ProgArchives.com. The band's sound can be compared to that of classic progressive rock bands like Yes, Genesis, Gentle Giant, Jethro Tull, King Crimson, Van der Graaf Generator, Mike Oldfield, Premiata Forneria Marconi, Banco del Mutuo Soccorso, and so on, and there are some similarities to contemporary acts like their fellow Scandinavians Änglagård and Anekdoten, though the band manages enough vitality in its compositions to avoid feeling like a retread of other acts' works.
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, http://wobbler.nu.
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