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Mal Sirine

Label: Kopasetic Productions
Released: 2017
Track listing: Mal Sirine; Vetenskapens Katedral; Ögat; R1: Värmestrålning; R1: Tryckvåg; R1: Vindar; Ein Bisschen Schmerz; Drew's Brew.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Viva Black featuring Gretli & Heidi: Mal Sirine

Read "Mal Sirine" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Viva Black was formed in 2013 by Swedish bassist Filip Augustson featuring Eva Lindal on violin and Christopher Cantillo on drums. Their first eponymously titled CD was released in 2015 receiving widespread critical praise. Their second album Minsta Gemensamma Nämnaren was released 2016. Mal Sirine, the group's third recording is augmented by the idiosyncratic duo Gretl ...

Viva Black

Label: Found You Recordings
Released: 2015
Track listing: Desperadon!; Glissando para Juanes; Flying Flyers; Ituri; The Butterfly Left the Flower; Stuff by stuff; Repetitivo Acrimasa; Viva el Ritmo; Tensta Tango; Triss i Trä.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Filip Augustson: Viva Black

Read "Viva Black" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Swedish double bassist Filip Augustson leads a reasonable personal life and career. He recorded his debut album as a leader about ten years ago, Ich Bin Filip Augustson (Moserobie, 2004) and has collaborated with vibes player Mattias Ståhl's Ståhls Blå, sax players Fredrik Ljungkvist and Fredrik Nordström and keyboard player Mats Öberg. Augustson is a happily ...


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