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DAN LISSVIK OF STUDIO SIGNS TO SMALLTOWN SUPERSOUND // ANNOUNCES “SHUVIT!” 12”, OUT FEBRUARY 10TH

The Swedish duo Studio officially called it quits in January 2012, according to a note posted on the band’s website by member Dan Lissvik: “Thanks to all involved, see you in another shape and form.”

With a brand new 12” titled “Shuvit!,” Dan Lissvik is officially back, under his own name.  Having signed a record deal with Smalltown Supersound, “Shuvit!” will be released February 10th and is the first in a series of 12”’s before an album is due in late 2015. It is available for pre-order now.

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LISTEN TO DAN LISSVIK’S “AIRWALK”:
http://youtu.be/5e2rFU73-Rc
https://soundcloud.com/lissvik/airwalk/s-Sc1cG           

PRE-ORDER “SHUVIT!”:
via iTunes –
https://itunes.apple.com/no/album/id946937503
via Amazon — http://www.amazon.com/Shuvit-Dan-Lissvik/dp/B00RO5LY2W/
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About Dan Lissvik
Gothenburg-based producer Dan Lissvik was one half of the Swedish duo Studio. They released the critically acclaimed album West Coast in 2006 (on their own Information label) and it’s companion album, Yearbook 1 Compilation, in 2007. Studio officially broke up in 2012, but the project had been dormant for several years leading up to this. Not allowing the latent Studio period to deter his productivity, Lissvik released an album titled 7 Trx + Intermission under the D. Lissvik name in 2008 and a collaborative album with Fredrik Lindson (The Embassy) by the name of The Crêpes in 2009. In the period after Studio, he went on to produce records for the likes of CEO and Taken By Trees and remix Foals, Haim (both “Forever” and “Send Me Down”), The 1975, Fever Ray, amongst others. In December 2014, Lissvik released a limited, vinyl-only, surprise LP under the name Atelje, which sold out immediately.