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Coulisses have actually been in the making since as far back as 2002. Back then the idea was to write instrumental songs inspired by European and American folk music as well as movie soundtracks. Some of this is still an inspiration, but in its current state Coulisses has grown into a vehicle of Per-Erik Söderberg's inner self, with his trademark vocals and lyrics leading the way.

Coulisses is rather different from Isobel & November - the songs focus on melody rather than rhythm. The differences in expression are also based on the calm that remains after feelings of darkness and aggression has been purged, rather than the catharsis itself.

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Artists on Dither

  • The 80/20 Rule Releasing their debut album “Northeast”, The 80/20 Rule asked writer and critic Jonathan Smith to write their bio for them. Comparing the band with contemporaries such as Editors and Interpol, Smith also suggest that the groups clearest strength lie in their performance on stage. His take on their music is “epic and melodic” and that songs strike a nerve with self-doubters and angst ridden listeners – young or old.
  • Isobel & November "Post-rock Johnny Cash", "Neil Young and Nick Cave in a forest" and "Goth-doom-country-esque". Yep, for once the press aint lying.
  • duel duel was an underground swedish shoegaze act, and with three guitars in their original line-up, they really knew how to build that Spector-esque wall of sound.
  • Coulisses The solo project of Isobel & Novembers vocalist Per-Erik Söderberg. A home for the calm that remains after catharsis has taken place.