10 August 2017

I Pay You a Dollar

In less than a week from now we will release Emma Hallins new single “I Pay You a Dollar”.

We certainly hope you’ll like it.

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11 June 2017

June again…

On this day four years ago we released a truly cool song about June (the month). And since it seems to be June once every year I would like you to remember this particular one:

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6 June 2017

Alexander Nätterlund

The 16th of June we’re about to give you our next relase. Which will be a superb five track EP from Örebro’s finest Alexander.

Alexander Nätterlund who has released songs with various constellations, this time around it will be in his own name.

But if interested, one of his previously projects are Höga Berget, and this is their great track “Under blåa bergens kant” :


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12 May 2017

Ben Carbine & The 18 Wheelers

On Monday, we will release Ben Carbine & The 18 Wheeler’s new up tempo three track single Dixie Heart. Until then, you can always listen to their popular, and even their latest, release, the cover of “Lousiana Saturday Night”. Just use this link:
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5 May 2017


A picture you can find on the net….


17 April 2017

Spring time….

Soon we will start a busy period again, with quite a few releases (within different genres). First out in this string of strong songs are Emma Hallin’s ”Good Girl Gone Bad” with a release sat for the 27 of April. As the title might assume this song is about a girl that drops her impulse control. She feels pressured to be someone she might not have chosen to be on her own. Destructiveness, possibly a little self-destructive behaviour and unhealthy confirmation needs. 
Anyway this is an impressive, more a less timeless, song with a strong chorus.
Talking about impressing material, well you just wait until we give you the new song from Alexander Engström, a song called ”Close to You”. For you who are familiar with this young guy, want be disappointed. And as his previously tracks, a video will support this release, which will go public on May 3.
The third release during this hectic period will be a very welcome return from the eight member strong country combo Ben Carbine & The 18 Wheelers, now back with a three track single-EP called ”Dixie Heart”. A truly powerful and joyful EP, so for all of you who fancy some great northern country tunes, be aware a stay tune for more information.
The last release during this spring period will be a new emotional strong song from Gothenburg based Alexia Enberg a song appropriately named no more and no less than ”Göteborg (Gothenburg)”.
So indeed we hope you’ll find something that might suite your personally taste. If not, well it’s just to bad.
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14 December 2016

What will come…

It has been quiet for quite some time from this direction, now is the time to change that, with a start early January 2017.
In other words, from that point in early January, we will release no less than three new singles within a period of three weeks. Starting with a new one, on the 2nd of January, from the Örebro quintet Stairs, a song with the aptly name ”Make it Happen”. In fact it’s gone more than five years since we last released something from these guys. The song itself is a timeless mature track with a steady beat and great chorus.
Nine days later (the 11th) its time for another return, namely the return of the Härnösand band WE ARE SHE with their two track single ”My Baby”. The title track itself is a happy party song which hopefully makes you want to shake your hips, at least. The other song on the single is called ”Devine” and is a beautiful laid back track which will help you dream about great things and times.
Last single in this January cascade is a new acquaintance, a young girl named Angelica Lindberg. The girl herself is from Skellefteå and the release (on the 23d) is a collaboration with my dear friend Kjell Nästén. The single, which are written by her self, is called ”Stupid Love” and are promising much much more. This is a quite modern, striped down, pop song, including a great voice, which make it a match. 
10 August 2016

Pajala Truck CO

So soon it will come, at last, the album these Tornedalingar have been doing on and off during a pretty long time.
An album full of pop songs in the true spirit of Pajala, or as one might say; from One motherfucker to another to Tornionlaakso and everything in between.
Nevertheless, on the 31st of August you can listen to it yourself. In meantime, why don’t check out any of their singles by follow this Spotify link?:
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3 August 2016


Here you have a nice teaser prior to what is coming by and with MODESTIJ. A cool song written and performed together with Björn Dixgård. Certainly hope you like.

6 April 2016


During ten years, like a decade, have KFM released one new single every year, all in all ten songs. This year will be the last year of this amazing project. Because of that and the fact that the last single (Hipstermalm) will be released in two weeks time (April 22nd), I took a small chat with KFM, also know as Karl Fredrik Mattsson.

Over and out.

Ten years, ten songs, where and why did you came up with this idea?

I had been longing for a solo project for some time after playing in bands, and also to write lyrics in Swedish. One day I came up with the idea to make one “summer single” each summer, a song that would be released during the summer. I was very busy at the time with my family life (I became a father during that period) so one song a year was what I managed. After a couple of summer singles I realized this was so interesting and fun so I decided to give it ten years, then I would end up with an album.  

Talking about these ten songs (which are quite different but quite the same), which are your personal favourite?

“Hipstermalm” is the best song I think. I also like “Att tänka på sig själv” and “Tonårsrum” a lot. 


Good lyrics and quite catchy melodies I think.

During this ten years project, what have been the hardest and the most disappointing?

In a way you have to invent the wheel every year, writing a new song, contact people that should be involved for this particular song, starting the engine again. Both music-wise but also things like creating the cover and press release. I also learned that you are always dependent on other people even if you have a solo project, but working with others are also what makes it fun and inspiring. The hardest part is to try to write a really good song every year. When it’s only one song a year it has to be good. The best part is the recording sessions with my fellow musicians and listening to the new song at Spotify or iTunes when it has been released.

Okey, now when this is all over, this particular project, does this also mean that KFM is closed down, that KFM is no more?

Yes that’s correct. Sad but true.

So what will you do instead? 

I don’t know yet. I haven’t had the time yet to let the fact sink in that this project soon will be over. But first I will release this last song in the KFM project, “Hipstermalm”. I am looking forward to that.   

I see, anyway, good luck with everything and good luck with whatever you’ll come up with.



Spotify link to his latest single “Tonårsrum”: