My music comes in two levels:
1. Listen to all songs full length in fair
on Bandcamp: F →falkjinfo.bandcamp.com
2. Buy the high-quality
albums from Bandcamp and
listen to them whenever and wherever you want.
Each bought album comes with (additional) bonus tracks
and/or other extras.
I have five musical projects,
with 12 published albums so far:
project 1: Iteki-San Radio Tunes:
danceable electronic cheerful
music, mellow trance, Afro-dance
project 2: Iteki-San Underground Club:
, hardtrance, rave, minimal, club, hardhouse
project 3: Falk Joensson Music:
electronic music, meditation music, chillout, ambient
project 4: Globkunst:
from chillout over pseudo hardrock to noisecore
project 5: Thagga Slug:
techno, industrial, gabber/gabba, speedcore
Some background information
I produced almost all songs with proper equipment
(the Quasimidi The Raven
MAX/Super music workstation)
and not just on a computer.
Almost all songs (only a handful use pre-existing melodies)
are entirely my own creation: composition, arrangements,
all melodies, bass and chords properly on the piano keyboard
(in obvious instances I used a chord arpeggiator),
drums and percussion programming (using no ready-made samples),
On the computer
, I added vocals and sound effects
to some songs, and did the mastering of all.
for all the CDs is also entirely my own.
I wrote most songs in 2001
published the CDs one after the other in 2008
and again as a digital re-release in 2012
1. A friend claims my music helped him stop smoking
Instead of lighting one cigarette after another
on his many long business car trips,
he often got lost in listening to my music instead,
until he finally decided to quit smoking for good.
2. The track "Randori-no Ongaku" that I had produced
by request of my nihon (traditional Japanese) jujutsu
sensei (teacher/mentor) was still on weekly rotation
in my old dojo (martial arts training facility)
even ten years after I had quit for health reasons
(it is used to pace the meditational-ritualistic
freestyle grappling training form of randori,
usually done by a live drummer in Japanese dojos).
Track 10 on B →falkjinfo.bandcamp.com/album/loglosub-q