Very happy about my latest album Wire Portraits. Check it out on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon,Deezer,Google Play and more... This project is foremost a homage to Stockholm - the beautiful surroundings, the open minded people, the friendly atmosphere and just how great this place is to work and be creative in. This is also a very special thank you to my wife, daughter and son.
Musically I wanted to focus on chords and arpeggios and to explore and develop the role of the electric guitar. For example replacing drums, using ebow instead of synthpads, or building an "electric orchestra" with mostly eguitars. Then adding colors with occasional piano, strings, acoustic guitars/ukulele and analog synth goodness made the songs complete.
I sincerely hope you'll have a great experience listening to the album!
Very happy about new electronic production music release Neutral Positive Sci-Tech Beds (PMY 41) for Primary/EMI. All songs were made with original sounds from analog synths. The working idea was to build positive moving arpeggios and patterns from simple pulses. To achieve this, many of the arpeggios had to be broken up into little pieces, separately recorded, then brought together again like a puzzle. 11 main tracks/themes in a total of 98 variations and reduced versions. Here's from the album description at EMI Play "Simple, building synthetic beds with a neutral to neutral positive mood for underscoring science, technology, computing, data-flow, communications and medicine." Listen to the tracks >>
Very happy to announce the release of new album C! Feel free to check it out on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Deezer and more. When recording the initial ideas/sketches on this project I early felt I was heading away from the traditional A/B form and wanted to do something else… More like develop thoughts/material around C-parts, open structures and improvisations. Furthermore my goal has always been to make music that reflect where I am in life. Since getting 50 is around the corner, with kids now pretty much grown up and having made music for just about 35 years, it feels like I’ve reached a level C somehow (on an endless scale I should add) - Hence the name C.