Artist RADIO Solar Fields (sweden)

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Swedish based electronic music composer and graphic designer who as been involved in many projects since a teenager, playing drums, percussions, piano, keyboards,.for various bands before launching his own project Solar Fields in 2001 with the album Reflective Frequencies. Magnus always built a unique sound universe, poles apart from current trends in the genre, he explores the wide possibilities of ambient, atmospheric, deep, extatic, industrial yet organic, cultivating contrasts and subtelty with brio. As a high tech sound designer (sampling, sequencing, morphing, programming,...) and multi-instrumentalist (sitar, veena, guitars,,,,) Magnus collaborated with several art galleries and museum, his latest sound installation at Trabekel (Sandviken, spring 2004) met a great success. In synchronisation to the work of pictural artist Antonio Sognasoldi, he presented four pieces which could be played simultaneously and evolve depending on the
position of the visitor in the gallery. Ambient as we know it might not be the right label for his music. Magnus thinks this is the larger definition for his style and the most connected with his dreams. Thats all. Not closed on one type of sound, Solar Fields music is here where you dont think youll find it. Is it a game? Not really, I rather think it is the simple translation of his nocturnal life, with different positions, different landscapes and different matters. In November 2005 he released his third and fourth album[ Leaving Home ] and [ Extended ], the later being a limited edition. These two albums are receiving excellent comments from the media, opening new horizons for Magnus Birgersson and his true visionary work.

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