Pop music of the highest quality is the trademark of Swedish trio Peter Bjorn and John, which they proved during a gig at Nobelberget on 2 June 2016. Full gallery at http://gaffa.se/galleries/gallery/58981.
As an extreme contrast to the hardcore concert with Refused last Wednesday, Tindersticks still express very intense emotions with their music, and especially with the lyrics. Tonight, 24 April 2016, at Södra teatern in Stockholm they played for a very concentrated audience, listening to the band and the soothing voice of Stuart A. Staples. Full gallery at http://gaffa.se/galleries/gallery/58709
Dennis Lyxzén is singer in several bands, but regardless of which band he's performing with, he is one of the most energetic singers around. He came with his band Refused to Nobelberget just outside Stockholm on 20 April 2016 and didn't disappoint. Full gallery at http://gaffa.se/galleries/gallery/58679
Guitars, loud volume, flickering strobes... Amazing rock show as always by A Place To Bury Strangers at Debaser Strand in Stockholm on 13 April 2016. Full gallery at http://gaffa.se/galleries/gallery/58655
Amanda Bergman at Södra teatern in Stockholm on 21 March 2016. Great concert with one of the best voices in Sweden, well known from her work in the band Amason. Full gallery at http://gaffa.se/galleries/gallery/58540
Lots of energy at the concert with IAMX at Debaser Medis in Stockholm 20 February 2016. Full gallery at http://gaffa.se/galleries/gallery/58385
Some things are impossible to do justice in a photo. A small square image sometimes just doesn't give the impression that you get when witnessing something. Beautiful landscapes is one example, and a once in a lifetime concert in an Omnimax theatre is another.
Swedish band Kite used the whole 180 degree Cosmonova dome over the audience to project images while they were playing music, sometimes in front of the screen and sometimes behind, synchronized with sledgehammer-wielding dancers in strange costumes. I tried to cover the show (gallery at http://gaffa.se/galleries/gallery/57842), but it is only a faint representation of a great concert.