Boasting a mixture of ’60s-designed psychedelic rock, free of charge jazz, Swedish folk, and instrumental atmosphere, Scandinavian collective Dungen may be the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Gustav Ejstes. Elevated in the tiny town of Lanna in Vastergotland, Sweden, Ejstes was weaned on local folk music and ’60s rock and roll at a age group by his violin-playing dad. He found out the globe of hip-hop as an adolescent and quickly embraced the genre, later on deeming it his “punk stage.” An obsession using the research of sampling implemented, and through his very own experiments using the genre he was subjected to an abundance of ’60s and ’70s Swedish underground music. The organic character from the recordings stirred something in Ejstes, who wished to verify his capacity in playing every one of the equipment he’d previously been sampling. He eventually transferred to his mother’s plantation within the woods of close by Smaland and started honing his build in a studio room in his grandmother’s cellar. Ejstes produced his debut with Dungen, an ambitious record that premiered in 2001 by his friend Stefan Kéry’s label, Subliminal Noises. The record received more than enough attention in the underground community to get the Dolores/Virgin label, and Ejstes discovered himself back the studio room to record some three Dungen singles, among which appeared over the soundtrack for The Jungle Reserve 2. Dungen’s discovery international record, Ta Det Lugnt, was after that released by Subliminal Noises in 2004, accompanied by a second discharge (that one along with a reward disc) with the American label Kemado in July 2005. Although Ejstes taken care of lots of the album’s instrumental passages himself, he also pieced jointly a lineup (including guitarist Reine Fiske, bassist Mattias Gustavsson, and drummer Fredrik Björling) to greatly help him through the documenting procedure. The Dungen collective after that hit the street to get Ta Det Lugnt, whose psychedelic sound acquired won the music group several fans in the us. A follow-up work, Tio Bitar, found its way to 2007, concentrating on well-crafted music in addition to Dungen’s traditional jams, and 4 made an appearance the following calendar year. Having a newfound focus on piano, the record also included percussion from a fresh drummer, Johan Holmegard. The group toured to get the record and played many schedules with Fleet Foxes before coming back home to focus on Skit I Allt, that was released this year 2010. Carrying out a five-year distance, their seventh recording, Allas Sak, which loosely means “anyone’s factor,” found its way to Sept of 2015. Among Skit I Allt and Allas Sak, the music group was asked to create and record a rating for the 1926 film The Escapades of Prince Achmed. The all-instrumental piece was made by Mathias Glavå, combined and edited yourself to analog tape, and lastly released by Mexican Summer season in past due 2016 as Häxan.