Twiggy Frostbite – “TWF”

April 23, 2015 at 6:01 pm

Twiggy Frostbite

It’s been a few years since I wrote about Twiggy Frostbite. As the members have been busy in other projects the band project has been paused for a while. After they received an invitation in the end of 2013 from a festival in Hongkong to perform there as one of two international bands, the band was revived again. After the festival gig in 2014 they started recording their second album “TWF”.

The record was released in January and the trio Elin Lindfors, Anna-Karin Berglund and Emma Sjöberg had now grown to a quartet with the new member Sofia Stolpe. Together with  Kristofer Jönson (Jeniferever) they have created a glistening, beautiful album with melancholic, dreamy folk inspired pop. I love this span of emotions from the gracefully fragile, characterized by Elin Lindfors’ magical vocals, to the grand, powerful and dramatic. It’s an album to be entranced by from the first song to the last. Here are three songs:

Twiggy Frostbite on Facebookon Spotifyon Wimp

Twiggy Frostbite acoustic

January 6, 2009 at 3:33 pm

Twiggy FrostbiteIn the beginning of December I presented Twiggy Frostbite here on Meadowmusic. This was very much appreciated, judged by the responses afterwards. Therefore I thought it would be appropriate to throw in an extra bonus today; recordings from a radio session this Christmas. Naked, acoustic in Swedish national radio, and I think this is magical. Listen for yourself:

Heroes (live acoustic)
Messy Star (live acoustic)

You’ll find Twiggy Frostbite on Myspace

New Christmas Music

December 19, 2008 at 4:17 am

ChristmasAfter listening to Best-of Christmas albums too many times, too many Christmases, I thought it would be nice to find some new favourites. And why not start looking among all the artists we have presented here at Meadowmusic?

So, here’s a collection of new christmas songs, and I hope that you too will find some songs that gives you that extra Christmas atmosphere.

Merry Christmas!

ad dios, the masters of ambience have created their own version of an old Christmas carol. On their site you can also download the wav-file of the song and a cover, so that you create your own Christmas gift.
Once In Royal David’s City

The Deer Tracks
Christmas Fire

Twiggy Frostbite
Lanterns & Stars

Mikael Herrström (with his own version of Hanoi Rocks’ song. Mikael will be presented in an upcoming post.)
Dead By X-mas

Maini Sorri, buy her Christmas EP here.
Our River Runs On Christmas Night

Strangers In Wonderland
Flickan i fönstret

Christian Björklund and Chuck Dread
O, helga natt (Chuck Dread remix)

Pär Enqvist Band
Blir det nån jul i år?

SvenStures Poporkester, the children’s pop band, world famous in Skåne, Sweden, also gives away their new album for free download. If you’d like to listen to the songs you can visit their site. (in Swedish)
Nissarnas A-lagskapten

The Deer Tracks

August 30, 2008 at 1:16 pm

The Deer Tracks started out as a studio project and a side project for the two members Elin Lindfors (Twiggy Frostbite) and David Lehnberg (Leiah, Ariel Kill Him). After a lot of attention on the net, they ended up playing on the Rookie festival in Hultsfred, and the project quickly evolved into something more serious. The 27th of august, they released their debut album “Aurora” on Despotz Records. This summer they have toured around Sweden, they have played at Hultsfredsfestivalen and are now on their way to scenes in London and Finland in the early autumn.

You can listen to and download two songs from the album below. It’s beautiful, it’s emotional, it’s playful and becomes almost epical when the songs reach the crescendo. The bright, fragile and almos hypnotical voice of Elin is beautifully complemented by David’s voice. “Slow Collision” catches my attention most, and it feels like the entire song is built upon a short and simple repeating melody, a melody that has a real hook and turns into a fanfare in the end of the song. Brilliant!
On their Myspace page you can listen more.  Visit also their remix page on Myspace.

Slow Collision
Yes, This Is My Broken Shield

Other blogs about The Deer Tracks: GirlSonic, IndieHere, Rock Sellout, Quarterlifeparty

Slow Collision:

The video is built upon the paintings of the artist Scott Belcastro as you can read about here.

Also, checkout The Deer Tracks performing live at TV4.

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