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Dan Lissvik – “Shuvit!”

Dan Lissvik made up one half of the Gothenburg duo Studio, and since the group disbanded he's been producing music on his own. Tomorrow, Lissvik will release a new EP entitled Shuvit! The atmospheric first single "Airwalk" boasted a nearly eight-minute running time, and the EP's title track is even longer. It's a buoyant… More »

By: Gabriela Tully Claymore / February 9, 2015

Dan Lissvik – “Airwalk”

Dan Lissvik used to be half of Studio, the Swedish production duo who helped make Balearic pop a thing back in the late-'00s. Since then, he's done a whole lot of producing and remixing, and he's released music under names like Atelje. This year, he'll release a series of EPs, all leading… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 26, 2015

Atelje – “Ode To Studio” / “Transition”

Dan Lissvik -- Swedish producer and one-half of Studio -- has revealed that his latest project is called Atelje. Since Studio broke up in 2012, Lissvik has had a hand in producing ceo's Wonderland and Young Galaxy's Ultramarine, and has done remixes for the likes of Haim, Sally Shapiro, and Say Lou Lou. Two Atelje… More »

By: James Rettig / October 29, 2014

Brian Reitzell – “Last Summer (Lissvik Remix)”

Film composer Brian Reitzell is getting ready to put out his debut album, Auto Music, next month. The previously released single "Last Summer" featured Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine providing a sort of sequel the work done by Shields and Reitzell on Lost In Translation, and now the song has gotten the remix treatment… More »

By: Miles Bowe / May 20, 2014

Sally Shapiro – “If It Doesn’t Rain (Dan Lissvik Remix)” (Stereogum Premiere)

Today, Sally Shapiro released Elsewhere, a remix album of her most recent full-length Somewhere Else. Among refits from Young Galaxy, Little Boots, and Nite Jewel is this Dan Lissvik's flip of Shapiro's "If It Doesn't Rain." Both versions are darkly emphatic, but Lissvik takes it late night, seedy Miami. Check it out below. More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / May 21, 2013

HAIM – “Send Me Down (Dan Lissvik Remix)”

Swedish producer Dan Lissvik has put his own spin on HAIM's "Send Me Down." The original was met with trepidation by some — it was a darker take on the sisters' sound, despite its back-layer of handclaps (and really, when are handclaps not a totally positive addition to a song?). If you need a… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / January 11, 2013

Band To Watch: HAIM

Even though the Beach Boys sang about California girls over four decades ago, it’s easy to imagine they were thinking about HAIM when they wrote it. The band is comprised of three sisters from Los Angeles who are all in their late teens and early twenties with long hair flowing down their backs and a… More »

By: Melissa Locker / July 11, 2012

New Fever Ray – “When I Grow Up (Dan Lissvik Remix)”

Studio's Rasmus Hägg provided El Perro Del Mar's "Change of Heart" with a buoyant, danceable base. Here, the Swede's partner Dan Lissvik gives another countrywoman a brighter palette, transforming Fever Ray's eerie, excellent second single "When I Grow Up" into an afternoon in the park: The sound of children playing, a languid, pastoral, sun-dappled… More »

By: brandon / March 9, 2009