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A strong fascination for world music has led Jonas Stampe to travel a lot, especially in India, Pakistan and Morocco. In ’98 he spend one year in India as a sitar-student under Ravi Shankar, and in ’99 he was a part of Ravi Shankars live-group on a tour in the UK. Since 2000 Jonas Stampe has played guitar in the Danish indietronica band Mofus, guitar and sitar with cyber-jazz band Badun, and worked as a session musician (mainly on sitar) on several records with different artists including Barun Kumar Pal, The Broken Beats, Puddu Varano, Grassskirt, Antophones, Glen Scott, Vektormusik and Karsten Pflum.
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Stūrī Zēvele is a group of creative people making down-to-earth compositions that do not really fit to any category. The band is known, among other things, of filming atmoshperic live videos in unconventional places like fountains and elevators.
The very beginning of the band was in 2006 in one of the most beautiful and romantic towns in Northern Europe - Kuldīga, Latvia - when guitarist Klāvs Lauls and flutist Justīne Kuzņecova started to make music. After a little while vocalist Kate Brišķa joined the band and they started to compose their own songs. So far the band has released 3 EP's, recorded in bedroom conditions. Stūrī Zēvele has also participated in some of the biggest festivals in Latvia - Positivus, Laba Daba, and Ze...
Mackaper consists of Per Nyström, Markus Hulthén, Elias Krantz, Christoffer Narin, and according to themselves they sound like one of the characters from Sesam E Street trying to play krautrock.
In September, 2016, they released their third album Minnen Av Framtiden on the Stockholm based label Flora & Fauna, which continued their pioneer work into kraut and space. The album was produced by Daniel Fagerström (The Skull Defects) and mastered by Henrik von Euler. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.