Østergaard Art Quartet is back, with an album recorded during their Nordic tour in 2014. ØAQ is a collaboration between three countries and four unique musicians – Michala Østergaard-Nielsen, Per Jørgensen, Kasper Tranberg and Marc Ducret – offering a truly personal view of how improvised music can sound.
Head over to the release page for a quick listen, then go get the full album.
Variety of Live is a new album on BoogiePost Recordings, featuring contributions from members of Pink Floyd and King Crimson. We’re promised eerie wordless vocals, sizzling electronica, waves of surf guitar, and driving funk-driven beats. It’s the 25th album featuring our very own Samuel Hällkvist, and his 5th as band leader. Let’s celebrate — go have a listen!
Thymeshift, a Swedish/Icelandic quartet featuring Thomas Gunillasson, Johan Björklund, Thomas Backman and Hilmar Jensson, releases their first album on BoogiePost Recordings. Beyond Horizons, released June 3rd, gives you 13 tracks of highly listenable, adventurous music, spanning from raging free improvisations to icy country tunes. Give it a spin on the release page, and then go get your own copy.
BoogiePost Recordings proudly presents a new release from Nuaia: Belong to the moon. According to Hrayr Attarian (review in All About Jazz 23/4 2015), it’s artistic without being highbrow, poppish while avoiding banality and adventurous without even a touch of abstruseness. It is an exquisite mélange of lyrical modernity and intellectually provocative poetry that is simultaneously substantial and stylish.
The word is out: Samuel Hällkvist is about to return with a new album! On June 4th 2013, the whole thing will be available for purchase and download at the usual places, but already today you can have a sneak preview here at BoogiePost Recordings.
We’re proud to present a new release from Samuel Hällkvist: Variety of Loud. The album is released as CD and downloads, and can be streamed in full from the release page. Then go by the CD, or download it from stores like 7digital and iTunes,
And what about the music? We’ll give you a hint, in Samuel’s own words: “When I composed the music for the album, the guiding words for me were ‘asymmetrical dance music’. I wanted to lose control and trust what the other musicians could bring to the table. The result was something I didn’t expect.”
A new upcoming release, Samuel Hällkvist’s Variety of Loud is to be released on the 4th of June: An all-star album featuring Pat Mastelotto, Pete Drungle, Mai Ueda and Stefan Pasborg. In Sid Smith‘s words:
There’s a wealth of intricate detail within the album; icy twang-bar reveries; dextrous country-style plucking; trance-like beats that percolate through the entire body of the album; joyous, blissed-out swirls of kaleidoscopic keyboards; wordless vocals drifting between undulating ripples of guitar, fizzing electronica and dreamy chords; intense metallic-edged riffs and explosive salvos of chaotic percussion.
Already today, you can watch the video for Urban Champion on the BoogieTube. Enjoy!
The weird music guitarmanship of Samuel Hällkvist (Samuel Hällkvist Center, Television Pickup) has at last found a rhytmic counterpart in the drumming of Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson, Mr Mister). Their Greatest Hits single is now available as a handy streaming 2-track single, here on BoogiePost Recordings. Enjoy!
Television Pickup’s Friday is featured in the brand new and lovely video blog Tabberaset.
The last card has been punched, and we’re ready to open up the curtains for the new boogiepost.com. Things we like:
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