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MLiR

(Modern Life is Rubbish)

Studio Barnhus / Magic Teapot Records

Location: Malmö, Sweden + Barcelona, Spain

Booking: Worldwide

The word ”organic” often comes into mind when you hear MLiR’s music. They blend together a whole new universe of sounds, analog vs organic, samples vs field recordings; always telling a story and impossible to categorize under one genre.

In 2016, Einar Christoffersson and Marco Gegenheimer broke through with their debut EP ”Swedish Lo-Life” - consisting of 5 songs, featuring the hit “People”, which boasts almost a million plays on Spotify. Released on Studio Barnhus, the eclectic record label run by Axel Boman, Kornél Kovacs and Petter Nordkvist.

With gigs at the likes of Dekmantel & Pikes Ibiza under their belt, the future is looking promising for the boys. June 2019 saw the release of “Trans-World-Junktion”, also on Studio Barnhus. A sizzling hot, summer-ready, two-tracker that picks enough musical twists and turns to put your favorite quadruple 12-inch to shame.

Up next this year are the EPs “Lajbans” and “Mad Honey” coming out on labels Local Talk and Internasjonal [Prins Thomas] respectively. Both featuring Hivern Discs’ upcoming curly haired promise; Arnau Obiols, aka, Velmondo. A 3rd EP for Studio Barnhus, a debut album and some trippy ass remixes for Ibadan and Fantasy Love Records are also in the pipeline.

The boys are more eager than ever to show the world what they are all about, with both their live shows and dj sets. Everybody who is anybody deserves the chance to witness them shaking their booties to their fresh and freaky sounds.

Music video for "El baile de los muertos" and "Mania" from "Trans-World Junktion" EP by MLiR, out now on Studio Barnhus Video by Einar Christoffersson/ALTERfix Music written and performed by MLiR (Einar Christoffersson and Marco Gegenheimer) Bass by Josef Christoffersson Artwork by Leolyxxx Bookings: alex@neptunemusic.net (Studio Barnhus, 2019) "Trans-World Junktion tells the story of El Marcianito, a Martian on an interplanetary mission.