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Sweden’s Emil SvanÃ¤ngen is Loney, Dear. Who really wowed us with his US debut album early this year, Loney, Noir, released on Sub Pop records. Just in case you thought Emil was new to the music game, he has been at this for quite some time back home, with many home recordings that are now beginning to see the light of day here in the states as well.
The next one up from Emil is titled Sologne, named after a region of north central France that was originally self release in early 2005. The original packaging was hand made, CD-R style that was only available at live gigs or from Emil’s website. Amazingly, it went on to sell thousands of copies in Sweden and helped begin the singer/songwriters upward climb.
And now Sologne gets a proper US release last month with the help of The Rebel Group. If you were into Loney, Noir, you will be sure to enjoy this, as Pitchfork said in their recent review of the album, “obviously SvanÃ¤ngen knows how to mount a crescendo.” On songs like the one below, The City, The Airport, Emil takes you from the quiet start to a big sounding song, in a similar way to the great one from Loney, Noir, “I Am John.”
Enjoy not only this new one, but also the CSS remix, which is quite fun.
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