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Fredrik

    Fredrik is a three piece indie band from Malmo, Sweden. Current members include Fredrik Hultin (voice, words, guitar, alto horn, piano), O. Lindefelt (toms, mallets, cello, samples, voice, re-input electronics) and Anna Moberg (guitar, voice, analogue sound machinery). Fredrik has released two albums starting with their debut in 2008, Na Na Ni,[1] which made them an instant critical success with Magnet Magazine and Stereogum featuring them as a Band to Watch[2] and brought them to the United States for the first time. Their second album Trilogi [3] came out in March 2010 which saw the band ...read more

    Fredrik is a three piece indie band from Malmo, Sweden. Current members include Fredrik Hultin (voice, words, guitar, alto horn, piano), O. Lindefelt (toms, mallets, cello, samples, voice, re-input electronics) and Anna Moberg (guitar, voice, analogue sound machinery). Fredrik has released two albums starting with their debut in 2008, Na Na Ni,[1] which made them an instant critical success with Magnet Magazine and Stereogum featuring them as a Band to Watch[2] and brought them to the United States for the first time. Their second album Trilogi [3] came out in March 2010 which saw the band touring Europe and the eastern US, including a live performance on NPR. Their music features sounds ranging from folk to electronica to symphonic instrumentation. All of their songs have been recorded in their private garden studio. « hide


    LPs
    Flora
    2011

    4.4
    4 Votes
    EPs
    Ornament
    02/07/2012

    Compilations
    Trilogi
    2010

    4.5
    3 Votes

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