Live album recorded at the Hulterstad Sound festival, june 29 2013.
Notes from Lars Tängmark who arranged the festival:
The weekend after midsummer in 2012 I decided to hold a spontaneous festival in the garden outside my house (I live in the countryside), inviting musician friends. This is festival is documented on the Hulterstad Sound 2012 album. The next year I decided to hold the festival again, but now the word had spread. I can not clearly remember which artists I invited to come and which ones called me and wanted to come and play, but know that Per Åhlund/Diskrepant came from Stockholm at my request and was the only one who got paid (and just enough to cover the busfare). The festival was free, the equipment was borrowed (thanks Fredrik Rydberg). Unlike the 2012 festival, it was a rainy day and a little tent was set up on stage. During Altar of Flies performance the PA system broke down and had to be replaced by a smaller system (sadly). Due to technical problems krautrockers OCH performance was not captured on tape, but a few videoclips exist and will be published eventually. Overall the festival was a great success and a 2014 was planned but not held due to economic and other factors.
Another collaboration that was initiated that night was between Hulterstad Sound and Framtiden. Sebastian Gallo (who is involved in Framtiden) was a visitor at the Festival and invited me to do a concert at kulturhuset Framtiden in nearby Linköping with many some of the artists who played at Hulterstad Sound 2013. More collaborations are planned for the future.
About Lost in the Wood's performance from Hulterstad Sound 2013:
The performance was 30-40 minutes long and suffered from technical problems, mostly in the form of my equipment not making the sounds it should have. The performance will be enhanced and expanded in the studio and released as a semi-studio album later. What you hear on this disc is a short outtake of a section things were actually working.
released July 14, 2014
All performances by the respective artists. Recorded and assembled by Lars Tängmark. Photos by Henrik Stolt.