How Robyn Transformed Pop
“Success for us will be determined by our ability to move faster than everyone else in this space.”
The Syrian refugee said his name was Paul, and that he was 16 years old. The truth was much more complicated.
In Sweden, hundreds of refugee children have fallen unconscious after being informed that their families will be expelled from the country. The patients, doctors say, seem to have lost the will to live.
The reclusive Swedish songwriting guru gives his first interview in 20 years.
A Syrian refugee’s epic escape route through Europe.
He created the template for contemporary hit-making, made Ace of Base the biggest group in the world, and mentored the most successful songwriter since the Beatles. Why have you never heard of Denniz Pop? Excerpted from The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory.
The most successful songwriter of the last twenty years is a forty-four year old Swede, Max Martin.
Tracking the slayings that shocked Sweden.
How a 63-year-old country singer went from a Nashville homeless shelter to #1 on the Swedish charts in under a year.
A group of journalists and researchers wade into ugly corners of the Internet to expose racists, creeps, and hypocrites. Have they gone too far?
On Swedish game designer Markus Persson and his singular creation, Minecraft, which has sold over twenty million copies and earned Persson over a hundred million dollars last year.
Convicted and facing jail time plus a crippling fine in Sweden, the founders of the torrent site The Pirate’s Bay have scattered across the world towards new lives: fatherhood in Laos, a junkie’s life in Phnom Penh, and start-up work in Berlin.
Is the streaming Swedish music service, now making its U.S. debut, the best shot the industry has at staying profitable and relevant?
A Stockholm prostitute is found hacked apart in a dumpster, her head is never found. Two accomplished doctors, confirmed creeps, are arrested. Uncertainty endures.