Martin Landquist

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Martin Landquist is a Swedish music producer, recording artist, remixer and songwriter working under the name Nåid. He has produced albums for artists such as a-ha, Jay-Jay Johanson, Linda Sundblad and Kent, and has remixed tracks for artists including The Cardigans. He also made a special instrumental version of his song "Better Day" for Eurovision Song Contest 2000 in Stockholm

He is also a member of the bands Peking Laundry with Martin Sköld from Kent and Snowracer with Dregen from Backyard Babies, Amir Chamdin from Infinite Mass and Brady Blade.


Albums released as Nåid

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