Swedish electro pop music group comprising Leo Drougge (b. Malmö, Sweden; vocals, synthesizers, electric guitar) and August Hellsing (b. Malmö, Sweden; synthesizers, percussion). Drougge and Hellsing fulfilled at school, developing their musical relationship in 2001 more than a distributed love of digital music. Using vintage ways to record their music, their initial commitments to tape had been a hotchpotch of mellow home fused with 80s rock and roll ballads, which didn’t really gel. Another four years had been spent honing their specialized abilities, while Drougge sophisticated composing lyrics that installed with the warm synth noises. In 2005, Lo-Fi-Fnk captured the ears of the united kingdom label Moshi Moshi Information which authorized them for worldwide distribution immediately. Their debut launch for the label, ‘Modification Channel’, had all of the hallmarks of 80s euro pop provided a fresh millennium makeover. The monitor produced positive waves for the underground dance picture, and was quickly played for the turntables at hip pubs and night clubs all over the world. The follow-up, ‘Wake Up’, released in August 2006, was strangely similar to 80s electro pop designer Howard Jones’ sound and was once again extremely catchy and well created. Several more produces implemented in 2006, combined with the duo’s immersion right into a studio room over the outskirts of Malmö to create their debut record. Boylife, released on Moshi Moshi, was a brand new burst of electro pop completing the region between Au Revoir Simone and New Teen Pony, a genuine rarity within a somewhat throw-away music genre.