Monday, 08 September 2014 00:00

Fire! Orchestra (SWE)

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Free jazz, avant-garde rock and psychedelic soul combine in the 28-piece Swedish band Fire! Orchestra.

Unbound and unrestricted, the dynamics of this improv collective have produced a sound with depth and pulsating rhythms.

At the core of Fire! is the trio of saxophonist Mats Gustafsson (The Thing), bassist Johan Berthling (Tape) and drummer Andreas Werliin (Wildbirds & Peacedrums). For an exclusive show in London, they will take their musical adventure to the next level as they are joined by a vast guest list of players and singers from the Swedish music scene. 

Below is their performance of the track 'Enter'.

Fire! Orchestra Members

Mariam Wallentin, Simon Ohlsson, Sofia Jernberg voice
Niklas Barnö, Magnus Broo, Goran Kajfes, Emil Strandberg trumpet
Mats Äleklint trombone
Per Åke Holmlander tuba
Anna Högberg alto sax
Mats Gustafsson, Elin Larsson tenor sax
Jonas Kullhammar bass sax
Martin Küchen baritone sax
Fredrik Ljungkvist baritone sax, clarinet
Christer Bothe´n bass clarinet, guimbri
Andreas Söderström lap steel
Sören Runolf, David Stackenäs guitar
Sten Sandell synthesizer and harmonium, piano
Martin Hederos organ, fender rhodes
Joachim Nordwall electronics
Johan Berthling el bass
Joel Grip, Dan Berglund bass
Andreas Werliin, Johan Holmegard, Raymond Strid drums

You can see Fire! Orchestra live in London 26 sept!

More information on Fire! Orchestra can be found here:


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