Spotify Premium Sweden, I Want You!

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The Swedish indie rock band Peter Bjorn & John released Living Thing earlier this year. Starting today Spotify Premium subscribers in Sweden can listen to a special remix album of the Living Thing The Remixes that they’ve put together. The album contains remixes from the likes of Jan Hammer and Teddybears.

Peter Bjorn and John also want to find the best remixer amongst their fans and to do this they have teamed up with MusicMyne to create a unique opportunity for fans to remix their latest single, It Don’t Move Me. The best mix will be featured on their site and made available on Spotify. Visit the MusicMyne site to start mixing and vote for your favorite.

The band will also embark as opening act for Depeche Mode on their US tour later this summer – before that you can catch them on a few exclusive European festival dates – check peterbjornandjohn.com for more info.

Comments

  1. WHEN THE FUCK WILL SPOTIFY TEAM WAKE UP AND MAKE A FUCKING BANDWIDTH LIMITER, ALOT OF US USERS DONT HAVE 100MBIT FULL DUPLEX…

    im so fucking sick of this, im gonna end my subscription if nothing happens.

    ye i already posted PLENTY of times on that help site, but no answers.

  2. haha, who taught you all those naughty words?

    Use netlimiter or something like it, if it’s so crucial to you. Btw, I don’t understand your “ALOT OF US USERS DONT HAVE 100MBIT FULL DUPLEX…” comment, Spotify can’t really use more throughput than you have can it now?

  3. What are you screaming about?? I got dsl 13/2mbit and it always work perfectly. You have torrents running with a lot of traffic destroying your bandwith or what? Spotify is great and keeps improving all the time, keep up the good work team. Off topic, but i didn’t start it…

  4. I’ve only just joined Spotify and it seem to be working fine for me. I think the man with the colourful vocabulary had a pretty hectic weekend – Happy Tuesday mate!

  5. Well, The Living Thing album is certainly interesting and not something I usually listens to. But I like indie bands, so I’ll give the group a chance.