Los Angeles, CA, Aug 16th, 2013 – Swedish born producer/artist Big Swede is releasing his latest album, Electronic Core District Pt.2, on August 20th, 2013. Just like Pt.1, the release includes 19 instrumental tracks in an Electronica/Soundtrack style.
The three part album includes new tracks and some already featured on several different TV-shows like NCIS, CSI: Miami, NCIS: Los Angeles, Alphas, MTV Video Music Awards Pre-show, and also the two Big Swede tracks used as an intro for the 07-08 Van Halen tour. “I figured it was a good idea to release the album in different parts, because there were so many tracks. I narrowed it down to 3 releases. Electronic Core District Pt.1, was released in May and Electronic Core District Pt.3, will be out in October,” explains Big Swede.
“Downtown LA has fueled my creativity for years. I came up with the idea of calling the albums Electronic Core District, due to me residing in downtown’s ‘Historic Core District’. The title really fits as I have made all my music here for the last 11years. It’s also very electronic and computer driven,” says Big Swede.
“The cover art is the same x-ray of my head used in Pt.1, except this time it has a green color and my head is full of tubes & pipes, instead of computer chips. I’m still ‘part human, part machine’ but slightly altered for this group of tracks,” laughs Big Swede.
Big Swede’s credits include Mercedes Benz “Super Service” Commercial feat. Roger Federer, NCIS, CSI: Miami, Alphas, 90210, Lie To Me, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Punk’d, Real World, tour introduction music for Van Halen, and drum samples for KISS and Slash. Collaborations include Reeves Gabrels (The Cure, David Bowie, Tin Machine) and Paul Ill (Courtney Love, James Blunt, Christina Aguilera).
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BIG SWEDE is all over the place musically, running his recording studio, music production company and record label in Los Angeles. He brings his experience and energy to bear on every project. Moreover, he insists on a casual and comfortable environment where creativity can flow, a bubble of calm amidst the bustle of downtown LA.