I’ve made the music for Simon Klose‘s documentary BBS – nätet innan webben (the net before the web). It’s a brief look into Swedish BBS-culture, before the web took over. It premieres at Internetmuseum in Stockholm 13 June.
Stanley’s Trauma, a video by Raquel Meyers and me with PETSCII-spewing techno robots. The song is from 80864.
This is a video recording of Videohaters, a video song out now on 80864.
This excellent video flyer for Klubb Tu666ummi with claymation has music by me. Actually, it’s from a song that was made as a Custom8-order. You’re not really supposed to order songs from Custom8 – more like genres/styles and then I compile already made songs – but some people succeed to get custom songs, apparently. 8=)
Rosa Mannen, the notorious pink Swedish file sharer who the sceners know as Dj Cat/Keso, has made a video for an old song of mine – again. This time it’s Break34, a C64-song inspired by 80’s “breakdance music”. Just like with his last video the video is a montage from an 1990’s Swedish TV-show, this time Bingolotto!
Rosa Mannen, probably the most prolific music (video) ripper in Sweden, made a video for an old C64-song of mine. It’s a cover of the song Robinson by HT – a sort of synth poppy project that me and Greger Eklund had 1996-2004. You can listen to some of the stuff here.
The song is about the TV-show Robinson, so Rosa Mannen edited together some VHS-recordings of the program.
Video by DJ Waterman. The song can be found at Free Music Archive.
In 2013, me and Raquel Meyers performed a big show in Paris for kids called Yeti Sound Machine. This video shows the different parts of that performance, running with one of the songs from the performance: Yeti Bad Guy Polka (also featured on Files in Space). She also recently made a book with graphics from the performance. All in glorious C64 PETSCII graphics.
Eidsvoll 1814 is a Norwegian museum, obsesssed with the year 1814. They’ve made a video with kids talking about important things and it was just published on the local newspaper’s YouTube channel. The spasmofunky music was made by me. In 1814. Video by Øivind Strand Sandbu.