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Oren Ambarchi is an electronic guitarist and percussionist, based in Melbourne, Australia, though he was born in Sydney and lived there until the last few years, he has been performing live since 1986. His music often incorporates drones and loops, which he crafts into enigmatic sound worlds with very subtle melodies. His work focuses mainly on the tonal possibilities of the guitar, and is usually produced without the aid of a computer.
Oren has played and recorded with a broad range of artists, including Keith Rowe, Gunter Muller, Robbie Avenaim, Voicecrack, Brendan Walls, Pimmon, Otomo Yoshihide, and other experimental luminaries.
He is also a member of bands past and present including Sunn O))), Sun, and Menstr...
Mats Gustafsson (born 1964 in Umeå) is a Swedish saxophone player and a stalwart on the Scandinavian free jazz scene.
He first came to the attention of lovers of improvised music as part of a duo with Christian Munthe (started in 1986) and the band Gush (started in 1988). He has later played widely with musicians such as Peter Brötzmann, Joe McPhee, Paul Lovens, Barry Guy and Derek Bailey.
Since the early 1990s, Mats Gustafsson has been a regular visitor to the U.S., forming a particular affinity with Chicago musicians such as Hamid Drake, Michael Zerang and Ken Vandermark and recording for the city's OkkaDisk label.
In addition to projects with musicians, Mats Gustafsson has worked extensively with artis...
Hypnotic, psychedelic and heavy jazz from the Swedish musicians Mats Gustafsson (The Thing) on saxophones and Fender Rhodes; Johan Berthling (Tape) on bass, electric guitar and Hammond organ; and Andreas Werliin (Wildbirds & Peacedrums) on drums. The trio also team up with a host of other Scandinavian jazz musicians under the name Fire! Orchestra.
Fire! have collaborated with Oren Ambarchi (Fire! with Oren Ambarchi) and Jim O'Rourke (Fire! with Jim O'Rourke). Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.