The Why plays .​.​this earth, Bandcamp, 2021 on #neuguitars #blog

Dear friends

Covid-19 is dangerously impacting the social-economic category of musicians. No concerts, poor political and social consideration, uncertain earnings. As a consequence, an ever-growing number of musicians, especially those from the experimental area, are trying to promote their music on BandCamp in digital format only. It is increasingly difficult for me to follow and review this incredible flow of music. I therefore decided to open this section on my blog Neuguitars where I propose music in digital format that I consider particularly interesting and worthy of attention. I hope you like it. Let’s support musicians. They need it.

Andrea Aguzzi

The Why plays .​.​this earth, Bandcamp, 2021 on #neuguitars #blog

https://jeremycarlstedt.bandcamp.com/album/this-earth

the why

conversation
this earth
still haven’t saved the earth/been trying to save it for years
music is a conversation
not just a dialogue but a synergy
there is a common goal

Anders Nilsson (guitar)

Anders Nilsson is a Swedish New York-based guitarist, composer, improviser. He plays electric and acoustic guitars and the 11-string alto guitar. His output spans a wide musical spectrum ranging from solo shows (“Night Guitar”) to Anders Nilsson Group with Satoshi Takeishi and David Ambrosio, to “Outer Space Caravan” an out there chamber group, to Anders Nilsson’s AORTA (a jazz-rock type band in Sweden). He has performed and/or recorded, or toured internationally with many artists such as vocalist Mohsen Namjoo, Kalabalik, Paquito D’Rivera, Elliot Sharp, Fay Victor Ensemble and art-metal band Angelblood. Nilsson’s work as a composer includes music for short films, dance performances, string quartet, theatre plays, as well as a growing book of a hundred compositions including brief to epic works…  more

credits

released October 9, 2020

anders nilsson – guitar
jeremy carlstedt – drums

compositions by anders nilsson and jeremy carlstedt
recorded/mixed by jeremy carlstedt at Demoplex/Brooklyn 2020
artwork by jeremy carlstedt