A couple of weeks ago we filmed a talented, young duo called Cavern People at a club in Gothenburg. Here’s a song from the show (and might also be a preview of what tunes we’ll be listening to at our release event).
Right now we’re spending all our time organizing and editing the documentary. But until we’re finish next week and can give you a release date for the documentary, you can watch our trailer!!!
Before our trip to NYC we met up with the Percivals and filmed them playing in the tropical house and several other places in Gothenburg.
We also filmed a session with Petter Seander by a river in Gårda, Gothenburg.
After our arrival to New York, we spent the first days at the Afro Punk Festival in east side Brooklyn with Erykah Badu, Janelle Monáe and Reggie Watts on the set list.
Except hanging on a roof in Brooklyn, eating great food in SOHO and spotting a zeppelin from the roof of Metropolitan Museum, we met bands like…
Inky Jack in their rehearsal based in Williamsburg.
The swedish cold welcomed us when arriving home from the US , but that didn’t stop us from filming this autumn. We filmed bands like the swedish italian Emmecosta at Henriksberg,
Pfemme Records during their Yaki da-concert,
we had interview with Jonas Martinsson from Emmabodafestivalen on the top of Skansen Krona in Gothenburg
We also had a session and an interview with Hagaliden at their rehearsal
and met up with the nice Navid Modiri for an interview.
That’s all for now. Soon we’ll probably post some videos of the bands participating in the documentary.
Here’s a taste of what we recorded when the band Den Stora Vilan played at Brötzfestival (a free jazz festival in a barn in the deep forests of Sweden).
Where we found a huge fan.
This is the Gothenburg band Westkust playing Care from their new record Junk EP. And the audience pretty much taking over the stage. As the drummer told us: “It was the worst but at the same time the most fun gig I have ever done. Chaos”
We haven’t mixed in the good sound on this one yet. So this is just camera sound, which is shitty sound.