Sure Thing!


38 Teitsuo Miyahara Jazz St Germain 1968

God damn this track is surely one of my all time favorite track, ENJOY!

Opeth – Heritage



Just a quick reminder of Opeths latest album “Heritage” that was released in september 2011. Sick cover and some really good tracks in there. JUST GET IT!

This record is more stoner/psych influenced than previous records.




Glesbygd´n released a new album the other day called “En Hand Som Värjer Kronans Tyngd”. To this also 3 music videos that you find down below. This 8 member strong constellation delivers fine jazz-reaggea with often political lyrics sung in a noth swedish dialect called “Bondska”. Their music is too good for humanity, just get the album HERE!

I have made a new mixtape called “Ad Astra Per Aspera”. Click HERE to listen. It´s a gloomy drone/acidjazz story with lots of different horns. Hopefully you enjoy it.

Ohhh YEASH, check this superslick cover version of the classic Roni Size track “Brown Paper Bag” from the album “New Forms” from 1997, the band doing the cover is called Sound Riot and is coming from the middle part of Sweden in the city of Östersund,  this lads are pretty stoked on just dnb music with some jazzy influenses.


I often get music to my emailaccount, some of it i don´t like, some of it i do like and now i found out that there is even music that i have to make a blogpost out of just because its just to odd and strange. I really love people that just don´t follows the standard musical frames, like Jimmy Juliano And The Fluorescents, im guessing the man behind it is some kind of genius  because you have to have brains to make this kind of music (if it´s even called music), i even got a album sent to me THANKS!!

You have to klick HERE and listen, don´t forget to give this man one big HIGHFIVE!


Sorry for the lack of post the last month but i´ve been pretty much out of order with a bad knee, but hey everythings about to get better with a successful surgery from the best doctor in Scandinavia and springtime on the rise you can´t feel down!

In the past month i´ve been listening to loads and loads of new music though and one of the albums that been on repeat is Mozdzer, Danielsson & Fresco´s “Between Us And The Light”

This trio consists the most superb polish piano player Leszek Mozdzer accompanied by Swedish bass player Lars Danielsson and the Israeli percussion player – Zohar Fresco, have created something of a Dream Team Trio. This Dream Team sounds like a dream indeed – lightly, dynamically, with the touch of reflection at times. And as in a good poetry – imagination does not argue with discipline, and the visualization comes along with intellectualism.


Mozdzer, Danielsson & Fresco – Abraham´s Bells from the album “Between Us And The Light”

Mozdzer, Danielsson & Fresco – Light Up The Lie from the album “Between Us And The Light”

Check out the cover they made on Nirvanas “Smells Like Teen Spirit” HERE

While we still are into to it, check out the latest EP from The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble called “Mutations” , seriously, how good can music really get??

In this amazing video we hear the song “Shadows”.


A companion “group” to Jason Köhnen and Giedon Kiers The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble wich i blogged about a couple of weeks ago, The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation is the antithesis of the jazz ensemble concept. Wreathed in subterranean drones and undulating tone waves, The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation is the sort of lounge act one would find playing in the lower circles of Hell, down were time dilates to infinity and every action takes epochs to complete.  It is deep, cold, dark, and suffocating. It is to a radio friendly pop song as glacial drift is to rapid climatic change.

This infected satanic jazz madness is released on the Berlin based label Ad Noiseam.

The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation – One from the album “Doomjazz Future Corpses”

The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation – Three from the album “Doomjazz Future Corpses”

The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation – Four from the album “Doomjazz Future Corpses”

The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation – Seven from the album “Doomjazz Future Corpses”

Alif Tree



This French music alchemist is a self-pronounced DJ and cook, who sings, writes, plays guitars, pianos, percs and scratch samples, then records, mixes, remixes again and again and often speaks to himself as a fervent defender of acoustic sounds, from philharmonic music to pop via smoky nu-jazz, blues, melancholy emotions, that combine simple acoustic jazz elements with spacious, multi-dimensional, synthesized ambience and very mellow beats to world music. 

Alif Tree has navigated through the universe or recording-studios, sound-stages and television, as much as record-labels, for the past fifteen years. Sailing the seven seas of space in zero gravity, between trip-hop under classical influence, instrumental hip-hop and jazzy electronica.

Alif is today signed to the Munich based record label Compost, established by Michael Reinboth in 1994. In the words of the inimitable Gilles Peterson Compost is “the most consistent and forward thinking record label of continental Europe.

Alif Tree – Aurevoir from the album “Clockwork”

Alif Tree – Mai  from the album “Clockwork”

Alif Tree – Forgotten Places from the album “French Cuisine”

Alif Tree – Deadly Species from the album “French Cuisine”

Alif Tree – Duo Impropable from the album “Spaced”

Alif Tree – Hold Me Down from the album “Spaced”