Axel Boman

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Axel Boman is a Swedish house music DJ and producer born in Stockholm.

Boman made a breakthrough with his EP Holy Love on Pampa Records in 2010 where the song "Purple Drank" became a hit in the house music scene, since then he has been touring extensively and made remixes for artists like John Talabot and Harald Bjork. He is also a part of the label Studio Barnhus. Bomans music has been described as "raw, playful and drenched in oceans of soul". Boman graduated from Valand School of Fine Arts in 2010.[1][2] Boman also released his debut album Family Vacation, heavily inspired by his German cousin Julius Drescher.


  1. ^ "RA: Axel Boman". Retrieved 2012-03-08. 
  2. ^ "Axel Boman – Upptäck musik, videor, konserter, statistik & bilder på". Retrieved 2012-03-08.