Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Little Big Adventure

Things turned when I took all my savings and bought a Casio-keyboard. Instead of writing boring guitar songs I could now play everything on this. I’m not exactly a skilled keyboard player so I recorded everything note by note and then cut it all together in my music program. To cover up all my technical flaws I put a noise filter on everything so that no one could hear the glitches between the notes, and no one could hear the noise from the microphone, as everything was noisy.

This was back in the year 2004 and now five years have passed and nothing much has happened. I still write about what has happened since last I was drunk. But now I also write about trying people at school, trying people on the streets, or trying people on the Internet. Or songs about my low self esteem. Or about hate.

I once tried to explain that all my songs are about hate, and that’s probably true, with some very few exceptions. (by Magnus Sätterström, Little Big Adventure)

Little Big Adventure
is the brainchild of Magnus Sätterström who studies on technical college, named his band after a PC game from 1994 and he writes eccentric pop songs about hate. The debut EP called "The Hateful Eye EP" is set for release on May 13 on Labrador. Recommended!

Little Big Adventure - Happiest Times
Little Big Adventure - Free Mp3's
Little Big Adventure @ MySpace


SONG OF THE DAY: Dinosaur Jr. - I Want You To Know
(from Farm, out June 22nd on PIAS/Jagjaguwar)


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Blogger Ziggy said...

Chain And The Gang


The Chemical Brothers, Mark Kozelek, Coldplay, etc.

Wilco, Manu Chao

Pearl Jam


Ben Folds, Blue October, etc.

Anthony B, Groundation, Dezarie, etc.

1:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What happened to the links of yesteryear? We're at the beginning of the decline...

8:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quit being an ungrateful turd. He doesn't have to put any of this up. You could search what you want yourself.

10:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, a decline in human gratitude.

4:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


5:09 PM  

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