Written by Petter Näse
Recorded and produced by Petter Näse at Sthlm Songs studio
Mixed by Markus Sjöberg at Sthlm Songs studio
Mastered by Eric Broyhill at MonsterLab Audio
Vocals, guitars, bass, mellotron: Petter Näse
Drums, glockenspiel and percussion: Fredrik Myhr
© & ℗: Sthlm Songs AB 2019
”Let Me Fall”, the new single by Markus Black Sjoberg, will be out October 12th on all streaming services! Solid songwriting, heartfelt vocals and brilliant production…be sure to check it out!
New single by The Heartbeat Band out now!
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Maritza horn – innan elden brunnit ut
Maritza Horn’s latest album, released on Brus & Knaster, is out now! The album is produced by Maritza Horn and Markus Sjöberg. The album was recorded by Markus Sjöberg at Durango Recording, Sthlm Songs Studio and Stureparken Studio. Markus mixed the record here at Sthlm Songs Studio. Mastering by Classe Persson at CRP. The record consists of Maritza’s interpretations of Ola Magnell’s songs.
Månskensbonden – Vårat ödeland
Månskensbonden:s debut album ”Vårat Ödeland”, released on the artist’s own label Månskensmusik, is out now! The album was recorded by Petter Näse in Sthlm Songs Studio, produced by Petter Näse and Fredrik Myhr, mixed by Markus Sjöberg in Sthlm Songs Studio and mastered by Eric Broyhill at MonsterLab Audio. The backing track for ”Döpt I Kyro Älv” was recorded by Stefan Backas in his studio in Malax, Finland.
Musicians: Markus Bergfors, Petter Näse, Fredrik Myhr, Clas Lassbo, Sofie Björkgren-Näse, Daniel Ventus, Daniel Hjerppe and Eero Paalanen.
New single by our new friends erik & ella
Released May 19th 2017, ”Han Som Har Flest Saker När Han Dör Han Vinner” is the debut single of Sthlm Songs’ artists Erik & Ella. It features the longest title with what may be the sparsest lyrics in quite a while, and yet the song places a firm boot in the male capitalist establishment…while being totally danceable. Dig it!
Music by: Erik Hedrenius & Ella Junghahn
Vocals: Ella Junghahn and Erik Hedrenius
Programming, keyboards: Erik Hedrenius
Drums: Jesper Hättander
Guitars, banjo, mandolin, bass guitar: Petter Näse
Synth bass, piano: Markus Sjöberg
Recorded and produced by Markus Sjöberg and Petter Näse at Sthlm Songs
Mixed by Markus Sjöberg at Sthlm Songs
Mastered by Eric Broyhill at Monsterlab Audio
Additional recording by Erik Hedrenius
Sthlm Songs proudly gives you Felicia’s new single ”Window Nr 9”. About the song and the beautiful animated video she says:
”Window Nr 9 is a story about humanity, sexuality and power. In the song, a woman tells a story about her living as a sex worker. She lives in her own world, a utopia. In her world everyone is equal. She can see that the men that come to her are suffering, in need of help, and she wants to help. Window Nr 9 is a clash between two realities, as in the eyes of the men she is an object giving sexual satisfaction, nothing more. We all see the world through different eyes, and as long as the power resides among those who do not see everyone as equal, there will be oppression.”
Animator: Beatrice Lorén
Background artist: Erik J. Olofsson
Music & Lyrics by Felicia
Produced by Markus Sjöberg and Petter Näse.
Recorded by Markus Sjöberg and Petter Näse.
Released by Sthlm Songs AB.
Mixed by Markus Sjöberg.
Mastered by Eric Broyhill.
Piano: Jonas Westberg.
Drums, harmonium, omnichord: Markus Sjöberg.
Guitars, bass: Petter Näse.
℗ Sthlm Songs AB 2016
© Sthlm Songs AB 2016
We proudly present our brand new artist Felicia and her very first single ”Money, Money, Money”. About choosing to do an Abba-cover she says:
”‘It’s a rich man’s world’ is the essence of the song. A quick look at that phrase and another at what is going on in the world and we all know ‘the rich man’. It is his world we live in. It does not have to be about money or a person. You can be rich in other ways, privileged. My version of ‘Money, Money, Money’ is about how much easier it would be to stand on the same side as the money and the power, holding hands with the privileged. ‘The rich man’, whoever that is, needs to understand his power. He needs to understand the effect of his wealth on the world surrounding him.”
Produced by Markus Sjöberg and Petter Näse. Recorded by Markus Sjöberg and Petter Näse. Mixed by Markus Sjöberg. Mastered by Eric Broyhill at MonsterLab Audio. Written by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus.
Cello: Anna Dager. Violin: Hanna Ekström. Upright bass: Clas Lassbo. Drums and percussion: Jesper Hättander. Guitar: Petter Näse. Piano: Markus Sjöberg.
Malin’s take on Bon Iver’s classic song is close to reaching 3.5 million plays on Spotify. Nothing short of amazing! Check it out if you haven’t already heard it.