Johan Bengtsson (known under his stage name Mitch Murder) is a Swedish electronic artist from Stockholm, known as one of the numerous craftsmen that advanced the synthwave sort. His first EP, After Hours, was discharged in 2009, trailed by Current Events and Burning Chrome on Rosso Corsa Records in 2010 and 2011. He clarified in a meeting of his motivations being "jazz, mushy 1950s bossa nova, 1970s motown or 1980s pop", and referenced Paul Hardcastle, Jan Hammer, and Vince DiCola as precedents.
His essential programming for music is the tracker program Renoise. In 2013, he was reached by executive David Sandberg with respect to his film venture Kung Fury, where he would make the greater part out of the music. Before the motion picture's discharge, he teamed up with David Hasselhoff for the single True Survivor.
Both the single's music video and the film circulated around the web upon their discharges, increasing impressive praise. In 2014, he discharged his third collection Interceptor on Mad Decent.