Thursday, April 22, 2021

Joxfield's "Live Joxfield Vol.1" out today.


Ladies & Gentlemen!
Joxfield's "Live Joxfield Vol.1" out today.
Hypnotic and beautiful spellbinding electric folk music, an effect when city guys Janne Yan Andersson & Stefan Oax Ek meet in a rural countryside environment of Sweden to perform together.
CDr Edition of 30 from Discreet Music
Streaming & Digital Download from Tin Can Music Bandcamp

Monday, April 19, 2021

Joxfield - "Live Joxfield Vol.1" - Upcoming Release This Month

New upcoming release this month on Tin Can Music!
Joxfield - Live Joxfield Vol.1
In July 2017 Joxfield played quite different versions of the same tune “Crackle” for four days live in Bråna Dalsland. Sweden, as a conceptual project.
Here are some parts of it.
The music presented is hypnotic and beautiful with lots of stuff happening within the musical frames, an effect when city boys meet on the countryside to perform together.
They have since continued with new Joxfield music, but also developed new projects like The Global Researchers
and Etherwink & Larwott.
Joxfield is Janne Yan Andersson & Stefan Oax Ek
Limited edition of CDr will be found at Discreet Music
Streaming and digital download will occure from Tin Can Music Bandcamp.
Beware! Be Aware! Be There!


Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Etherwink & Larwott review in The Quietus


Well, this little review by Jennifer Lucy Allan (March 29th, 2021) of three E&L albums in The Quietus made me very happy today
Etherwink & Larwott – Musik Från Bråna
Etherwink & Larwott – Musik Vid Havet
Etherwink & Larwott – Lagereldsmusik
(Tin Can Music)
Bought three of these CD-Rs by Etherwink & Larwott from Discreet in Gothenberg, but wish I’d bought the whole set. These capture “impressions and inspiration of things that can happen in the area of my summer cottage in Dalsland, Sweden” (Musik Från Bråna) “things that can happen around a campfire” (Lagereldsmusik) “things that can happen by the sea and its vicinity” (Musik Vid Havet). There’s also a fourth – Musik I Någon Stad, from the western central city of Gothenburg Sweden. These recordings are impressionistic and minimal in their means. I love the menacing motif and birdsong that opens Musik Från Bråna because it sounds more like an organ than a guitar; the lo-fi shoegazey feel to some of Lägereldsmusik; the heaviness to Musik Vid Havet. There’s something of an early 00s folk underground feel to it, but without the heavy psychedelic edge – moments of Jackie-O-Motherfucker or Charalambides unplugged, perhaps, but combined with something like Jon Collin’s guitar music and Poul Gernes’ organ LP. Whatever it’s reminding me of, these diversions have been second only to MBSP on the living room stereo this month.