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was also featured in an Apple advertisement for the fourth generation iPod Nano. The ad showed the song "Fa-Fa-Fa" playing on an orange iPod Nano. The coverart for "
" was also shown. "Fa-Fa-Fa" is also featured as a free premium track on the iPhone/iPod Touch game Tap Tap Revenge 3.
Strøm is also one of the touring and recording drummers for the Norwegian electronic group
is the debut studio album by Norwegian Dance-punk duo
, released in April 4, 2005. The duo's hit single, "Computer Camp Love", is a playful song based on the 1984 American comedy "Revenge of the Nerds" and almost parodies "Summer Nights". The album was later released in 2007 to North America and included the music videos for "Bulldozer", "Computer Camp Love", and "Fa-Fa-Fa".
The 2003 edition presented acts such as
, Xploding Plastix, Bjørn Torske, Frost, DJ Mikal Tellé and Equicez.
Karin's third album, "Ashes To Gold" (2009), was produced by Fredrik Saroea, frontman of the Norwegian band
Red is the second studio album by Norwegian Dance-punk duo
, released on 8. June 2009.
The band has released three EPs and their debut album, "
", was released in 2005 in 10 countries on the band's own label, YAP (Young Aspiring Professionals), receiving favourable reviews, especially in the UK. They made an appearance in Australia's Triple J Hottest 100 with the single "Computer Camp Love" in 2005, placing at #12. Fredrick has commented that Australia was the only country to pick up
early aside from their homeland. This song was #88 on "Rolling Stone"'s list of the 100 Best Songs of 2007.
California EP is the latest EP by Norwegian Dance-punk duo
, released in 2011 included within the Catcher in the Rye EP aka The Most Extravagant Single in History. The EP features the title track "California" a song the band bills as part of a new modern rock musical about
traveling the world. The band continues its often playful approach to music citing references to both The Beach Boys California Girls and Porno for Pyros Make Great Pets in the song "Great Pets"
Tarjei Frugård Strøm (born October 26, 1978 in Bergen, Norway) is a drummer for the Norwegian rock groups Ralph Myerz and the Jack Herren Band and
In August 2007 Kav guested with Norwegian dance-rockers
at festivals in Reading and Leeds, along with some London shows.
See What I Care is an EP by Norwegian band
. It was released on 12 November 2007 by their record label, Young Aspiring Professionals.
Alex Kapranos and Nick McCarthy of Franz Ferdinand play guitar on "Loco". "I Can't Let Go" features guest vocals from Fredrik Saroea of
. The album cover shows Annie wearing a dress by French fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.
The mix features tracks from Justice, Peaches,
, MSTRKRFT, Bloc Party, Franz Ferdinand and others, with guest vocal appearances from Santogold, Spank Rock, Uffie, Kid Sister, Pase Rock, Amanda Blank and Mickey Avalon.
The Megaphonic Thrift recorded their third full length LP together with producer Jørgen Træen (Kings of Convenience, Jaga Jazzist, Motorpsyho) in renowned Duper studio. The album, "Sun Stare Sounds", was released by YAP Records (
, Noxagt, Ungdomskulen) in 2015.
He spent the majority of 2008 to 2011 in Los Angeles, touring the US& on a tour with
& Esser, including dates at The El Rey Theatre, SXSW 2010 & CMJ Music Marathon.
The 2005 version presented many famous Norwegian acts, such as
, Torbjørn Brundtland of Röyksopp (DJ set), Bertine Zetlitz, Mental Overdrive, Tommy Tee, Jaga Jazzist and Nils Petter Molvær.
This edition, included Chris Cornell, Cypress Hill, Fischerspooner, Feist, CocoRosie,
, Kid Koala, Calle 13, Happy Mondays, The Dandy Warhols, Cultura Profetica, Ed Motta, Gotan Project, Luis Alberto Spinetta, Monkey Business, Phoenix, Tego Calderón, Snoop Dogg, Los Cafres, Vicentico and Hot Chip.
According to band members The First Cut is currently on a hiatus and it's not certain if the band will play again. Thomas Santuna Larssen plays bass with
, while Kristian Gundersen used to play in the band I.O.U. Arild Eriksen sings and play bass in Bouvet.
is a Norwegian electronic rock band. The band, known for wearing red jumpsuits, formed in 2000. Original personnel were Fredrik Saroea, Ketil Mosnes and Kevin O'Brien, who soon hired Tom Mæland. O'Brien and Mæland later left the band, but the duo of Saroea and Mosnes continued the project.
The first semi-final took place on 19 January 2013 at Campus Steinkjer in Steinkjer. Seven artists and songs competed for three qualifying spots to the final. Vidar Busk (third place),
(second place), and Gromth featuring Emil Solli-Tangen (first place) qualified to the final.
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