Per Fredrik Strage is a Swedish journalist and author who writes about pop culture. Strage's writing career began in the early 1990s at the Swedish fanzine New Life. He has written for several newspapers and magazines, including Dagens Nyheter, Pop, Bibel, Månadsjournalen, Nöjesguiden, Billboard, Café and Sonic. In 2003 Strage contributed to Belinda Olsson's anthology De missanpassade. In 2016 Strage started the podcast Hemma hos Strage in which he invites artists to his apartment in Stockholm to drink coffee and talk about their favourite songs. Previous guests include First Aid Kit, Susanne Sundfør, Howlin' Pelle from The Hives, Lydia Lunch, Corey Taylor from Slipknot, Douglas McCarthy from Nitzer Ebb, Michael Stipe from REM, Brett Anderson from Suede, Bobby Gillespie from Primal Scream, Nergal from Behemoth, Perturbator and Father John Misty.
About Fredrik Strage
Swedish journalist and writer who is known for his coverage of pop culture. He is also known for hosting the podcast Hemma hos Strage where he talks with a wide range of artists and musicians about their favorite songs.
He started his career as a journalist working for the Swedish zine New Life in 1990. He then went on to appear in several other press outlets including Dagens Nyheter and Nojesguiden. In 2003, his writings appeared in the anthology De Missanpassade.
He has won several awards for his work in journalism including the Nojesguidens Pris award for Years Best Journalistic Piece in 2005.
He was born and raised in Linkoping, Sweden. He married Linda Leopold and together they have a daughter.
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