Oestergaards – Rötterna

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Oestergaards makes music with a shimmer of mystery darker than Dragon Gate’s history. A dystopian world of sound with essences of Hälsinglands rural society and the desire to get away from the traditional trodden musical paths.
Some hear references with dark ambient guru Lustmords early works, others see references to the film world, but it is clear that Oestergaards feel at home in the dark sound chamber.Oestergaards (born 1977) based in Älvkarleby with a background as festival organizer in Hälsingland and the front figure in traditional Americana band breaks his story and focuses on the compilation of electronic music. The debut album “Roots” is released on Gävle-based Lamour.
Photos by Marias of Sweden
Mastered by Joakim Westlund
Cassette edition of 60

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REVIEWS and ARTICLES

Universum noll
“…Övergivna, döda korallrev i det becksvarta vattnet i hamnbassängen i Lübeck – det är musik som andas mörker och en icke-fungerande kol-stål-union i ett blodfattigt Europas inte längre pumpande hjärta, som en Bladerunner-kuliss där neonrören slocknat och Lee van Cleef spelade Deckard.
Musik från Kallocains källare och Du sköna nya världs bakgård. En kassett som lägger sordin på tillvaron.
Read full post at: http://stigsson.blogspot.it/2018/05/zandersson-maj-18_11.html

Tabs out podcast Episode #123
The track ‘Rötterna’ was feautured in the episode
View post at: http://www.tabsout.com/?p=16684

482 MHz Betyg 7/10
“Rötterna är en kall, trubbig och hotfull ljudupplevelse. En bra dark ambient-debut, som lovar gott inför framtiden.”
Read full post at: https://482mhz.wordpress.com/2018/04/11/fyra-nykomlingar-oestergaards-pink-spit-stenlunga-och-parasite-child/

Electronic North
“The changes in tone and rhythm seem almost minimal like a storm cloud on the horizon, seemingly unchanging until you pay attention to the intricate and constantly evolving and shifting layers, then the track overpowers you with its own unexplained emotions.”
Read full post at: http://www.electronicnorth.co.uk/the-weekly-roundup-25-03-18/

Vital Weekly
“…It’s raining outside, and
inside there is a burning fire of Oestergaards’ sick society/demented folk music; or perhaps the lurking
danger in Swedish woods, full of mist and danger? Pleasantly discomfort!”
Read full post at: http://www.vitalweekly.net/1125.html

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