As autumn begins, Singular returns with the sound of the night as it turns into day. Früh, Singular’s first solo track of the year, starts off electronically cool but before long it turns into a fleeting flow of whirling piano leaves drifting through airy strands of rhythm, noise and melody. Continue reading
The box “Umf” with four vinyls is a tribute to two major sources of inspiration: the Dadaist Hugo Ball and the German kraut pioneers Cluster. Featuring some sci-fi (crackling movie music from the 50’s) and mixed percussion from Asia (Java, Japan, Korea). Somewhere out on the periphery, Ball and Cluster meet in a common idea: That everything has a sound, and most sounds can be music. This is actually the original format from 1949, when the record companies demanded a little more from their listeners. At that time they were forced to choose the playing order by stacking the discs on top of each other on the designed gramophone player. Long before today’s playlists. Continue reading →
Old-school turntableist and house producer Magnus Moody brings another main funky house track to the floor! The non encrypted HDD including the lost FinSpelarViktor (FSV) original jackin works continues to copy/paste into new modern old school retro future classics! Continue reading →
AKB’s debut album Marianergraven has been celebrated since its release earlier this year. The album has attracted far and wide attention, not least in European press and radio. Now it’s time to dive even deeper into the grave and let the sound waves get minimized, maximized and mixed up with beats!
Through six remixes from international well known Johanna Knutsson to local dubtechno via [krig] Continue reading →
From Uppsala with love, Bæn Gen ones again joins the FSV Edit series with a progressive tech-house roller! The non encrypted HDD including the lost FinSpelarViktor (FSV) original jackin works continues to copy/paste into new modern old school retro future classics! Continue reading →
Swedish basement remixer/producer Maneten (David Holm) is out with 2020s feature. Bits And Flashes is a electronic music album that covers the topic of motors, wires and the velocity of love. A story about race cars & motorcycles narrated by a person that’s ride a bike to work. A somewhat unfiltered and raw partial transcription of memories of what emotions first felt thu CDs and ancient DAWs. A nod to pop and a dynamic tempo and expression range. Plug in / plug out & touchback support. Feed the AI, trick the AI, see what it spits back. Know your flux. Album is mainly written and recorded 2020 at 36 Brick Basement Loop, Gefle. Continue reading →
Sound poetry from an indefinite period with a glimmer of sought madness. With Alderholmens Futuristiskas third album, we once again embark on a long walk on the avant-garde fields. Cacophony and folly are interspersed with quietness and enjoyment. Timeless contemporary music for future look back! Continue reading →
Llarks is back with his third album on Tape Lamour!
Recorded throughout 2018 these songs represent Llark’s music at it’s most beautiful. From the opening swirl of “Imagine”, the grand melodies of the title track, and the searing heartbroken guitar line of “Ghost Lake Acrobat”, Come and Close Your Eyes establishes itself as a simply gorgeous and heartfelt album. The atmosphere continues with the immaculate roar of the aptly titled “Squallflowers”, and the delicate chime of the equally apt title “Lullachime”. By the time the final drone of “Virga Blue” fades we hope you will be reminded that all forms of music can be a steadfast hope in the face of challenge. Continue reading →