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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (July 2007) This article may require cleaning up to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (October 2008) (Consider using more specific clean up instructions.) Mattias Olsson (born 9 January 1975) started his career as a classical percussionist playing in orchestras and big bands on Ekerö outside of Stockholm. As a sideline to recording and producing bands Mattias Olsson writes articles (music related) for several Swedish Magazines. Contents 1 Early life 2 Theatre & Film 3 Studio 4 Personal 5 Selected Discography 6 References Early life He was born in Hong Kong to Swedish parents. In 1981 he moved to Stockholm. Starting as a drummer at eight years old he started off playing in big bands, pop and classical ensembles. When he was 17 he joined progressive rock band Änglagård. Änglagård consisted of musicians from Ekerö as well as Waxholm. The band was heavily influenced by bands such as King Crimson, Yes and Genesis but also listened to less famous bands such as Shylock, Cathedral and Yezda Urfa. Änglagård quickly became known for their instrumentation skills and their dynamic range often reminiscent of classical music. When the band started the current trend in progressive rock was to use the newest digital equipment. Änglagård decided instead to use old classic prog equipment like the Rickenbacker bass, Mini Moog and the Mellotron. Änglagård recorded two studio albums, Hybris and Epilog. They also recorded a live album called Buried Alive. The title was a joke from Mattias, the worst title for a live album must be ...Buried Alive. He also did some sessions with White Willow and Pär Lindh. After Änglagård, he joined Swedish pop band Pineforest Crunch who have so far recorded three albums: Make Believe, Watergarden and Panamarenko. The bands influences ranged from R.E.M, American Music Club to King Crimson and the Sundays. Pineforest Crunch had a very strong D.I.Y ethos and recorded six demos before getting signed to Abbas old label Polar. The band had a hit from the first album, "Cup Noodle Song". The single was a hit in Sweden and Japan[citation needed] and lead to intensive touring. The second album, Watergarden, was recorded in England with Radiohead producer Jim Warren. Watergarden mixed orchestral textures with mellotrons and experimental guitars. Parallel with Pineforest Crunch, he started playing drums and occasional keyboards with Reminder. He has since then played in numerous projects and is now active as a record producer. He has recorded albums with Deadwood Forest, Devi, Clockwork, AK-momo, Nanook of the North, Vijaya and others. Theatre & Film Together with musician and composer Matti Bye Mattias Olsson has written music for both film and theatre. In 2009 they wrote music for productions at both Dramaten and Stadsteatern in Stockholm. They have also played together at silent movie festivals and showings both in Tromsö and Stockholm. They have written and played music for Berlin, Nanook of the North and Fritz Langs Metropolis. Studio Mattias Olsson runs his own studio outside of Stockholm called Roth Händle Studio. The studio started as a simple homestudio using a Akai Dps-12 and a handful microphones. There was no plan to become a producer but as bookings started to appear albums started getting recorded. The small home studio is where the Swedish popband Andreas & Jag started recording three albums. Andreas & Jag was Mattias Olsson and Andreas Morland. Other bands that recorded at the homestudio was Pineforest Crunch and Nanook of the North. The first real location was at Finnboda Varv just outside of Stockholm. At this studio location bands like Kit le fever and Clockwork recorded early EPs. The Studio has a collection of musical artifacts including claviolines, pipe organs, Stylophones, Mellotrons, Orchestrons and Talentmakers. In 2010 the location in Sundbyberg closed and the studio went into storage for a brief while. The fifth location of the Roth Händle studio will be located in Vällingby. Personal Mattias Olsson is married to Åsa Carild and has three children. Selected Discography Änglagård - Hybris Änglagård - Epilog Änglagård - Buried Alive Änglagård - Ptolemaic Terrascope 7" Gånglåt från Knapptibble White Willow - Pär Lindh Project - Gothic Impressions Pineforest Crunch - Make Believe Pineforest Crunch - Cup Noodle Song (single) Pineforest Crunch - Watergarden Pineforest Crunch - Shangri-la (Japanese version of Watergarden with bonus tracks) Reminder - Broken tone Andreas & Jag - The Uri Geller Syndrome Andreas & Jag - Everyone loves you Andreas & Jag - Aretha Live in Pakistan Geller - Judas (single) Vijaya - Vijaya Two times the Trauma - A little sign (single) Two times the Trauma - I fell in love with an ocean The Tarantula Waltz - The tarantula Waltz Nanook of the North - The Täby tapes Thieves Kitchen - Ludvig Andersson - S.R.O Blanc - Brighteye Brison - Brighteye Brison - Mellodrama - OST Vera Vinter - Lennart Grabe - Martin Ekman - Devi - The Opium Cartel - Devi - Clockwork - Molesome - Songs for vowels & mammals Molesome - Dial AK-momo - Return to N.Y Matti Bye & Mattias Olsson -Elephant & Castle Saint She - Ska jag berätta en hemlighet - Clockwork - Garden Kit le fever - Soldier Blue Kit le fever - Krysztof Antkowiak - Antkowiak Necromonkey - Necroplex Sophie Rockwell - Gösta Berlings saga - Detta har hänt Gösta Berlings saga - Glue Works Anima Morte - Rising Shadows Therion - Rhys Marsh and the autumn ghost Atlas - References Änglagård Interviews (with Mattias Olsson) Roth Händle Studio Persondata Name Olsson, Mattias Alternative names Short description Date of birth 9 January 1975 Place of birth Date of death Place of death