Fast becoming a badly kept industry secret – Christer’s reputation has made it possible for him to work with a broad selection of talented artists. With well trained, (and carefully groomed) ears, he puts pride and soul into each and every production.
Frøder “Air I Need”
Mixed most of Frøder’s upcoming debut album. First track , “Air I Need” out now. “Frøder has had the tastemakers’ eyes on her for a long time, from even before she lended her voice and songwriter skills to CLMD’s international platinum hit «The Stockholm Syndrome« in 2013, and thereafter released three solo singles which all […]
Produced and mixed Simen Lyngroth’s debut EP
Beautiful stuff. I simply love this song:
Mixed Monica Heldal live session
Love this. Amazing artist, incredible band. Have a look: Jimmy Got Home
Circus Maximus “Havoc”
Mixed yet another Circus Maximus album, “Havoc”. The album has been getting massive reviews, peaked at no 23 at the billboard heatseekers charts and entered the charts all over Europe. A long European tour is just done and a North and South America tour is coming up. Some songs to watch/ hear:
“For most bands, the chance to work with a philharmonic orchestra is a rarity, an opportunity to expand their sound into new levels of heightened emotion and volume. For Anathema, however, it’s almost redundant. Following albums like 2010’s We’re Here Because We’re Here and 2012’s breakthrough Weather Systems, Anathema has already proven itself to be quite the orchestral outfit. Songs like “The Storm Before the Calm” and “Untouchable” hit the emotional heights that not even Coldplay circa A Rush of Blood to the Head was able to hit, with strings, piano, and vocal interplay cranked up to their highest possible limits.
Universal is not just a document of a stellar live show; it’s the culmination of everything Anathema has worked for up to this point. Weather Systems and WHBWH were, while fine releases in their own right, just stepping stones to this, one night where everything came together brilliantly, as if by magic and clockwork all at once. Like band’s ordinary yet resounding lyrics, one worn-out phrase of praise holds a lot of truth about this concert: this is Anathema as it’s meant to be heard.”