Recently I sold my Fender Rhodes Mk1 from 1972, but before I did I sampled it and made into an instrument in Ableton Live 9. If you're also an ableton user and want to try it, it's free to download HERE.
I've begun building some synthmodules for myself. We'll see where this will end, follow what's happening on Youtube.
A new collaboration has begun, David Engström together with poet Ismael Ataria.
Sad beyond words that today my dear friend Björn passed away into infinity.
I will remember you with warmth in my heart until the day we hopefully meet again.
She's on fire - D'stream remix
Some free tracks avilable for download, check under 'music' and see if you find anything to your liking!
Doing some concerts together with Marja i Myrom, semi improvised performances of music and art over different themes from time to time. A video from an outdoors performance you'll find here.
A release called 'the Sound of Arvika' is now available at iTunes and other digital stores and will be released in psysical form on May 12th with a day long party filled with music and art.
I made a little techno track where all the sounds are made from the same noise, my wife's electric toothbrush. Now Ableton has posted it on their blog since they must have thought it was neat that I used their program Ableton Live to do it.
A shortfilm about undergoing surgery was made for a local hospital by Hampus Robertsson and the soundtrack was made by me. Watch it here: http://vimeo.com/35395305.
'Countdown to Eternity', a one hour long meditative, ambient track is available as a free download! The package also contains a simple cover as pdf for those of you who like to burn it to a CD.
A little video from new year's eve is available. It's not the most awesome quality, but it could give you a hint of what we did.
The concert at Olssons Brygga, Arvika in September,
This is the official website of David Engström, a.k.a D'stream. Swedish musician, composer and producer of electronic music. Find out more here.