Musik tillägnad Bertil Enstöring vol. 1 (various artists)


This tape contains music that we dedicate Bertil Enstöring, drone and ambient for lonely times
Bertil Enstöring is a professor and holds a PhD in philosophy, medicine and technology. As a matter of fact, he refuses to meet other people, with the exception of Skrotnisse and Kalle. The work of his book takes him several years, one time he plans to live alone. Although he may seem grumpy, Bertil is a happy figure, and often has conversations with himself. He always walks in a red robe.

Tracklist:
A1 LEHNBERG – Drone till Bertil
A2 Brus – Läthian
A3 Olle Oljud – Coille fàileadh. Pàirt a
A4 Stenbit – Ralf och Bertil
B1 Catterfly (Emma Sörensen) – Gubbskratt
B2 Slim Vic – Lämna mig i fred
B3 Plasmafuse – In There
B4 Girilal Baars – Call of the Lonesome Quarkboy

Mastered by Joakim Westlund
Compiled by Viktor Zeidner

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REVIEWS and ARTICLES

Universum noll
“…mest substans/intresse för min del inledande ”Drone till Bertil” med Lehnberg, Stenbits ”Ralf och Bertil” och Plasmafuses ”In There”.
Read full post at: http://stigsson.blogspot.it/2018/05/zandersson-maj-18_11.html

God is in the TV zine
“With Brian Eno about to release a new album it’s worth remembering that Sweden has some drone meisters of its own. The specialist Swedish label Lamour has released a compilation cassette tape with “ambient & drone for lonely moments”, titled ‘Musik tillägnad Bertil Enstöring vol. 1’”
Read full post at: http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/2018/05/01/nordic-music-scene-3-news-and-reviews-from-across-scandinavia-and-the-nordic-countries/#comment-85477

Instrumental Daydreams
“Slow meditations over loneliness and fear of interaction. Drones that celebrate the outcasts and provides space for contemplation.”
Read full post at: http://www.instrumentaldaydreams.se/audio/lehnberg-drone-till-bertil/

Vital Weekly
“It is all a bit on the experimental side of drone, which I liked very much.”
Read full post at: http://www.vitalweekly.net/1125.html

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