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Crossover was yesterday! Musical pigeonholes don't work for the Swedish sound factory Tonbruket around former e.s.t. bassist Dan Berglund and guitarist Johan Lindstöm. Together with Martin Hederos, among others a member of the successful indie rock band "The Soundtrack of Our Lives", on various acoustic and electronic keyboards and drummer Andreas Werliin, a unique band sound between jazz, psychedelic rock and neo-folk is created. Or simply Tonbruket's very own interpretation of the term "jazz".With "Dig it to the end" they define their unique band sound and style even further and carve out their musical niche combining instrumental prog-rock with improvisational elements. The album title "Dig it to the end" refers to the compositional and the recording process. "We went the extra mile to really carve out the songs and compositions. It was like shuffling earth to excavate the true heart, meaning and soul of each song", explains Johan Lindström, who with six songs to his name was again the most active composer. "But then you are also free to interpret it as an invitation to really listen carefully to all songs. It is worth it", he adds with a twinkle.The basic tracks were laid down in Stockholm's Atlantis Studio. From there they took the tapes to Johan Lindström's Hammarby Studios and over a few weeks refined, edited, mixed and added to reach the ultimate result.
Crossover was yesterday! Musical pigeonholes don't work for the Swedish sound factory Tonbruket around former e.s.t. bassist Dan Berglund and guitarist Johan Lindstöm. Together with Martin Hederos, among others a member of the successful indie rock band "The Soundtrack of Our Lives", on various acoustic and electronic keyboards and drummer Andreas Werliin, a unique band sound between jazz, psychedelic rock and neo-folk is created. Or simply Tonbruket's very own interpretation of the term "jazz".With "Dig it to the end" they define their unique band sound and style even further and carve out their musical niche combining instrumental prog-rock with improvisational elements. The album title "Dig it to the end" refers to the compositional and the recording process. "We went the extra mile to really carve out the songs and compositions. It was like shuffling earth to excavate the true heart, meaning and soul of each song", explains Johan Lindström, who with six songs to his name was again the most active composer. "But then you are also free to interpret it as an invitation to really listen carefully to all songs. It is worth it", he adds with a twinkle.The basic tracks were laid down in Stockholm's Atlantis Studio. From there they took the tapes to Johan Lindström's Hammarby Studios and over a few weeks refined, edited, mixed and added to reach the ultimate result.
614427902610

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ACT
Rel. Date: 06/09/2023
UPC: 614427902610

Dig It To The End
Artist: Tonbruket
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to order 3-5 days $21.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Vinegar Heart
2. Balloons
3. Decent Life
4. Lilo
5. Lighthouse
6. Dig It to the End
7. Gripe
8. Grandma's Haze
9. Le Var
10. Trackpounder
11. Draisine Song

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Crossover was yesterday! Musical pigeonholes don't work for the Swedish sound factory Tonbruket around former e.s.t. bassist Dan Berglund and guitarist Johan Lindstöm. Together with Martin Hederos, among others a member of the successful indie rock band "The Soundtrack of Our Lives", on various acoustic and electronic keyboards and drummer Andreas Werliin, a unique band sound between jazz, psychedelic rock and neo-folk is created. Or simply Tonbruket's very own interpretation of the term "jazz".With "Dig it to the end" they define their unique band sound and style even further and carve out their musical niche combining instrumental prog-rock with improvisational elements. The album title "Dig it to the end" refers to the compositional and the recording process. "We went the extra mile to really carve out the songs and compositions. It was like shuffling earth to excavate the true heart, meaning and soul of each song", explains Johan Lindström, who with six songs to his name was again the most active composer. "But then you are also free to interpret it as an invitation to really listen carefully to all songs. It is worth it", he adds with a twinkle.The basic tracks were laid down in Stockholm's Atlantis Studio. From there they took the tapes to Johan Lindström's Hammarby Studios and over a few weeks refined, edited, mixed and added to reach the ultimate result.
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