J Olsson is Johan, from Stormkök, Mammaskeppet’s instrumental guitar star. But this is Johan when he is singing. He has a long record of serving local bands of Borås but it’s when he is on his own, recording his songs in his Borås apartment, he finds his voice and sound.
J Olsson will be releasing his first EP on Mammaskeppet spring 2014
Emma has played in countless punk bands since she was 13 years old. Both in her home town Borås and New York where she lived and played with The Jadewalkers for a few years. The Jadewalkers released a 7″ on Puta Records. After living in San Francisco and Gothenburg, Emma is now back in Borås, where it all started. Making music on her own, trying to exclude limitations and expectations.
Her debut EP is recorded with and by Philip Granqvist in his Gothenburg studio. Philip has worked with a lot of inspirational Swedish acts, among them El Perro Del Mar.
The self titled EP is scheduled to be released spring 2014.
Klubb Totaal was formed as a one-off thing, as a supporting act to Swedish alt country artist Christian Kjellvander. They went on playing together, supporting to their friend Kajsa Grytt at a museum surrounded by Lars Lerin’s paintings. Klubb Totaal recorded over 30 songs, in the year of 2010. Every song was experimented on until patience got the best of them and they had to declare the tune done. The duo reside in a renovated 200 square meter warehouse, where they have their studio and practice space. Six songs, each one living a separate life, recorded during several weeks was picked to feature on Klubb Totaal’s debut album, released spring of 2011 on Mammaskeppet Music.
June 2011 marks the birth of Stormkök debut album; Instrumental Musik På Svenska (Instrumental Music in Swedish). Johan Olsson is a frequently seen guitarist and have played in bands like The Eyshades, Sicken Skuta, Alhambra and The Jadewalkers. In the instrumental world, playing out melodies of hapiness and sadness with his guitar, Olsson is at his very best.
Instrumental Musik På Svenska is music from a visual point of view. Every piece ought to have its own movie. The listener travels through spaghetti westerns, special agent avdentures and a country side dance flick where the night never turns dark and the music never stops.
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