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Mattias Ståhl


Mattias is born 1971 in Oskarshamn, Sweden and lives in Stockholm. Have the latest 15 years performed at stages around Sweden and elsewhere, focusing on jazz and improvised music. Released two album of his own with his former quartet Ståhls blå ("Ståhls blå" 2001 and "Schlachtplatte" 2004), which achieved great attention from reviewers all over the world. He also composed all the music for this group. As a sideman he contributes in a lot of exciting groups, from projects with the legend Georg Riedel to collaborations with the swedish indie wonder Emil Svanängen aka Loney Dear. Also: Cecilia Persson Quintet, Martin Küchens group Angles, IPA with Magnus Broo/Atle Nymo/Håkon Mjåseth Johansen/Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, Daniel Buner Formos Formo Tre&Metall and different projects with Trondheim Jazzorkester


The Death Of Kalypso

Label: Thanatosis Produktion
Released: 2024
Track listing: Messieurs-dames (Stuck In The Arching Caverns Of Hermes’ Court); Une Certaine Paix; A Campaign Of Tragedy (string quartet); Fetus Of Dawn (Kalypso Talks To Her Son Nausithous And Sings To The Gods); A Campaign Of Tragedy (aria); Cutting The Woods; The Caves Of Ogygia l; The Caves Of Ogygia ll; Kalypso In Karlsbad, Haunted By Dreams; A Campaign Of Tragedy; Outro And Overture; The Death Of Kalypso.


In This Forever Unfolding Moment

Label: Thanatosis Produktion
Released: 2023
Track listing: In This Forever Unfolding Moment; Låt Våra Tårar Bli Våra Vapen; Blommor Och Bröd.


Johan Lindstrom & Norrbotten Big Band

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2023
Track listing: Parade; Interlude; Blues for Somliga; End of the Dark Hours; Ostanvik; Ritmo Bolsillo; Pasacaglia; Arctic Mambo; Nobi.



Label: Odin Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Sonny River; Ariel’s Song; Whale Waltz; Lagoon Mist; Pyramid Dance; Moon Shade; Twini Bliss; Live Sover.


Article: Album Review

Andre Roligheten: Marbles

Read "Marbles" reviewed by Chris May

Tenor saxophonist André Roligheten is best known outside his native Norway, and wider Scandinavia, as a member of drummer Gard Nilssen's Acoustic Unity and as a composer/arranger in the berserker big band, Supersonic Orchestra. Nilssen returns the favour on Marbles, one of Roligheten's infrequent own-name releases. The album has grown out of a ...


Article: Album Review

Vilhelm Bromander: In This Forever Unfolding Moment

Read "In This Forever Unfolding Moment" reviewed by Chris May

Ornette Coleman's haunting “Lonely Woman" is becoming something of a 2023 soundtrack. At the time of writing, we have had memorable versions from Kahil El'Zabar's Ethnic Heritage Ensemble on Spirit Gatherer (Spirit Muse), and Kurt Elling and Charlie Hunter on The Iridescent Spree (Edition), plus another couple of efforts about which the less said the better. ...


A Muted Reality

Label: Clean
Released: 2022
Track listing: Muted Reality; The Hidden Balcony; Fkk Down, Fkk Off.


Källtorp Sessions Volume Two

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2022
Track listing: Vetstugo; Pondus Och Swing; Guldkort; Nu Börjar Det; I-Land Du Välsignade; Vi Går Till skolan (Alt Take); Ayler-Ekberg; POK.


Article: My Playlist

Mattias Ståhl: What I'm Listening To Now

Read "Mattias Ståhl: What I'm Listening To Now" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Mattias Ståhl is a Swedish jazz vibraphonist, multi-instrumentalist and composer. A key figure on the nordic jazz scene, he is active both as a leader and a sideman in countless projects including Eirik Hegdal's Team Hegdal, the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, IPA and many more. 1. Thelonious Monk, Solo Monk, (Columbia, 1965).


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