A Scandinavian Justin Timberlake, a man edition of Robyn, or – as he describes himself – a one-man young man music group: it’s easy plenty of to slap a label about Swedish pop upstart Juvelen, but that shouldn’t claim that his soulful electronic dance-pop is merely derivative. Certainly, it’s amazing how few really like-minded peers he offers in the past due 2000s – an period rife with outstanding feminine Scandinavian synth-poppers – provided the era’s desire for the digital ’80s and, specifically, the result of Prince in his heyday, which can be an undeniable research stage for Juvelen’s function. Frustrated with unfulfilling stints like a guitarist and keyboardist in a variety of rings, Jonas Pettersson produced a fresh begin in 2005, documenting songs inside a cellar studio beneath the name Juvelen (swedish for “the jewel”), initially alone and with maker Patrik Berger (Robyn, Hilary Duff), with whome he linked through mutual close friends. After getting some internet interest through Myspace, he was authorized by Swedish self-employed label Hybris in past due 2006. The hype increased in 2007 because of the five-song EP – including “Watch Your Step,” which reached #34 within the nationwide charts, as well as the golf club strike “Hanna” – and an bare-bones but energetic live show offering simply Juvelen on stage by himself. In early 2008 he made an appearance on a monitor from the duo S.U.M.O. (&”It’s Great”) and released the business lead solitary (&”Don’t Mess”) from his debut recording, which seems later that 12 months.