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Testbild!

Testbild!

Testbild!


Testbild! is a secretive project from Malmö, Sweden playing pop music with avant-garde pretentions. Testbild! has previously released the albums “The Double Life of Testbild!” (2001), “The Inexplicable Feeling of September” (2004), “Imagine a House” (2006) and "Une Teinte Intense" (2007), a thematic album about Isabelle Eberhardt. The new album, “Aquatint” (2009), the most ambitious Testbild! project to date, is a conceptual piece coloured by the sea. Read more on Last.fm
Testbild! is a secretive project from Malmö, Sweden playing pop music with avant-garde pretentions. Testbild! has previously released the albums “The Double Life of Testbild!” (2001), “The Inexplicable Feeling of September” (2004), “Imagine a House” (2006) and "Une Teinte Intense" (2007), a thematic album about Isabelle Eberhardt. The new album, “Aquatint” (2009), the most ambitious Testbild! project to date, is a conceptual piece coloured by the sea. It comprises a short story – observations of a lighthouse librarian – and a short film, which is a look at our world from under the sea’s surface. The music is a dream-like descent into steam fog and black swirls. Layers of cinematic pop and 60’s jazz mix with sea shanties, Mexican trumpets and vibraphones.

It is the echoes from a forgotten harbour, where the ropes never stopped creaking and the meteorograph went on ticking. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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