Hans-Peter Lindstrøm (born 16 February 1973) is a Norwegian producer who works under the name Lindstrøm. He established the music label Feedelity in 2002. He often collaborates with fellow producer Prins Thomas (together constituting the musical group Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas). Lindstrøm won a Spellemannsprisen in 2008 for Where You Go I Go Too. He released a DJ mix album for the Late Night Tales compilation series on Azuli Records on 9 July 2007.
Born in the outskirts of Stavanger, Norway on 16 February 1973, Hans-Peter Lindstrøm is a multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer who goes by the name of "Lindstrøm".
Lindstrøm releases all of his music on his own record label, "Feedelity".
Lindstrøm has over the years produced and released a number of EPs, albums and remixes. He often collaborates with other artists, such as collaborations with fellow producer Prins Thomas and singer Christabelle. Lindstrøm also works on remixes, having remixed artists including LCD Soundsystem, Roxy Music, Franz Ferdinand, Glasser and Best Coast. As a solo artist Lindstrøm has released four albums: It's a Feedelity Affair in 2006, Where You Go I Go Too in 2008, Six Cups of Rebel and Smalhans both in 2012.
Lindstrøm has been nominated for Spellemannsprisen (the Norwegian Grammys) four times and won three times. The first win for his album It's a Feedelity Affair in 2006. He went on to receive the award for Where You Go I Go Too in 2008 and in 2010 he won the award with singer Christabelle for the album Real Life Is No Cool.
In March 2012 Lindstrøm released his fourth solo album titled Six Cups of Rebel, which for the first time in his career contains his own vocals.
On November 5, 2012, Lindstrøm released his third solo studio album, Smalhans.
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