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Differnet

Differnet

Differnet


Differnet is a Swedish quartet that started with the new millennium that contsists of Tomas Bóden on sound, Digital Signal Processing and electronics, Peter Jackson on guitar, melodica, harmonium, harmonica, trumpet, Cubase, Anna-Karin Brus on vocals and visuals, and Magnus Gyllenswärd on bass and Ableton. As with many groups of the century's first decade, Differnet's approach was an exploration of the ground between restrained, low-key indie rock Read more on Last.fm
Differnet is a Swedish quartet that started with the new millennium that contsists of Tomas Bóden on sound, Digital Signal Processing and electronics, Peter Jackson on guitar, melodica, harmonium, harmonica, trumpet, Cubase, Anna-Karin Brus on vocals and visuals, and Magnus Gyllenswärd on bass and Ableton. As with many groups of the century's first decade, Differnet's approach was an exploration of the ground between restrained, low-key indie rock and electronic approaches derived from Warp Records and similarly experimental techno labels and performers. At its start it had two performers; Tomas Bóden, general mastermind and arranger with keyboards as his main instrument, and Peter Jackson on guitar, flute and vocals. They initially eschewed seeking a formal record company in favor of self-released CDRs and mp3 releases via its website (www.differnet.tk). With the assistance of some other friends, the group began recorded life with Kabelsalat in 2001, followed later that year with We Are Difference, How Are You?, a further collection of edited improvisations, including the help of Niclas Wiklund on santoor, a Persian/Indian instrument. Style Telegraphique appeared in the summer of 2002, followed later that year by a key EP, Affections, a mostly solo affair by Bóden that also featured the vocals of Anna-Karin Brus, who ended up becoming the third permanent member of the band. The first full effort featuring all three, In Advance of the Broken Sound, appeared the following year. At this point the band had been receiving greater attention beyond their self-release program thanks to an appearance on the Friendly People Making Noise compilation on the Swedish label Friendly Noise. This was followed by a full album on that label, Come On And Bring Back The Brjokén Sounds Of Yore!, towards the end of 2003. A compilation and overview of the band's various self-released work of the previous two years, it became the trio's first release to earn wider attention outside of its homeland.

They finally became a quartet with the addition of Magnus Gyllenswärd in 2004. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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