Christoffer Lundquist

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Christoffer Lundquist
Christoffer Lundquist-Roxette at Bospop festival The Netherlands 2011.jpg
Lundquist at the Bospop festival in Weert, The Netherlands, 9 July 2011
Background information
Origin Sweden, born in 1970
Genres Pop, Rock
Occupation(s) Bass Guitarist, Electric Guitarist, Producer
Years active 1993–present
Associated acts Brainpool, Per Gessle, Roxette
Website AGMSweden

Carl Christoffer Lundquist, born 1970, is a Swedish musician and producer. His own band is Brainpool where he started as a bass player and backing vocalist, but has moved to play both the bass and the guitar. Brainpool won a Swedish Grammy in 1994 (best new band). He has also produced albums by Per Gessle and Gyllene Tider and played in the backing groups of Roxette and Gessle.

He has his own studio in the rural south of Sweden, The Aerosol Grey Machine Studio (AGM) in Vallarum, Scania. The AGM is primarily an analogue studio with much vintage equipment and two live echo-chambers. Since its start in 1998, the AGM has hosted a vast selection of both Swedish and international artists like Roxette, Per Gessle, Ed Harcourt, Ulf Lundell, Gyllene Tider, Thåström, Bo Sundström, Wilmer X, Christian Kjellvander, Helena Josefsson, Sandy Mouche, Peter von Poehl, Edda Magnason, Justin Winokur, Doug Wyatt, and Moneybrother.[1]

In May 2011, Christoffer released his debut solo album, Through the Window.[2] All the songs on the album were co-written with songwriter Michael Saxell.[3] The album reached #29 on the Swedish album chart.[4] Also in May, Christoffer was the first person ever to be awarded the Sir George Martin Award at a gala event in Malmö, Sweden. The award came with SEK100,000.[5]


  • Through the Window (2011)


  1. ^ Lundquist on AMG-Sweden.
  2. ^ Mattias Dahlström (2011-05-04). "Christoffer Lundquist: Through the window review". Dagens Nyheter. Retrieved 2011-09-18. 
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ "Sverigetopplistan official website". Retrieved 2011-10-01. 
  5. ^ Emil Sandgren (2011-02-24). "Lundquist rörd över Martin-pris". Sydsvenska Dagbladet. Retrieved 2011-09-18.