Five years after the release of the smash hit World Industries Andreas Tilliander's new album Show is out on Adrian Recordings - stuffed with irresistible rhythms, catchy melodies and a sterling production, a blend of techno, dub, pop, acid and house. The king of Swedish electronic music is back on the throne! World Industries was not only Andreas Tilliander's real breakthrough. The album also laid the foundation for the explosion of Swedish electronica and techno that has been gushing forth during the last years. Furthermore, World Industries cemented Andreas home town, Hässleholm's reputation as the no. 1 electronica town in Sweden! The album won a Swedish Grammy and received exuberant reviews in many papers. During the five years that have passed since then, Andreas Tilliander has not been idle. He set up his own record label (Repeatle) and released four 12" with deep dub techno on the label. Under the name Mokira he released beautifully crackling ambient as well as rumbling drones/noise music. In the band Bulgur Brothers he served techhouse together with Mikael Stavostrand and Johan Skugge. When you add his work as a mastering engineer, his hosting of the programme Ström on Swedish national radio and his touring as an engine-man in Johan T Karlsson's electro pop project Familjen, you realize that Andreas Tilliander is not an idle man. David Fransson from Division of Laura Lee/New Moscow sings on three of the tracks, among them the melodic Caught in a Riot which will be spinned frequently on all dance floors around the world, either in its original version or via the numerous remixes that has dropped. Other guests include Jocke Berg and Martin Sköld from Scandinavias biggest band - Kent. Jocke Berg makes a rare vocal contribution, on the second single Arlanda, with another artist than his own band. - When Familjen was touring with Kent in the spring of 2007 Jocke Berg heard one of the songs that David Fransson sings on. Jocke complained about never being requested to sing on other artists' songs, so I said why don't you sing for me? to which he agreed! One week later he had written a melody and a lyric - the result is perfect, Andreas concludes. During the spring of 2009 Andreas also released the well acclaimed album Persona under his alias Mokira. This on the hi-profile English label - Type Records. Facts: Andreas Tilliander first made an international name for himself with his debut album Ljud (2001) on the legendary electronica label Mille Plateaux. After that he made a second album which was released on the same label, Elit (2002). His third album, World Industries (2004), was released by the Swedish label Pluxemburg and licensed to German Resopal and Japanese Poplot. Andreas has also released music under his aliases Mokira, Komp and Lowfour. He has also played in the bands Bulgur Brothers, Minimalistic Sweden and Familjen.