2007 I came to a fork in the road. I realised I couldn’t live off music alone (people had stopped buying records and with that half my annual was gone), so I had a choice: Either go more commercial, or let my music be a space of uncompromising art, and absolute creative freedom. I chose the way of no compromise. But. Having worked closely with record labels … Continue reading Darkness On the Edge of Ecstasy – LP out now!
I just made an appearance in the podcast: The Catacombic Machine. The podcast and blog is run by Josef Gustafsson, who formerly also rn the blog and podcast Freestyle Christianity to which I’ve contributed some texts. This is, however, the first time I’ve been part of the podcast. Feel free to listen as I elaborate on the introductory text to this blog and unpack it for you, … Continue reading Podcast: The Subsecular & The Music
Welcome! Let’s start with the ”what?”. In 2001, in the wake of 9/11, German philosopher and sociologist Jürgen Habermas expressed that we are living in a postsecular world society. The term postsecular had been around for some time (made its first occurence in the 60ies and diversified in the 90ies) but now widespread discussion ensued. What it means to live in a postsecular time has … Continue reading What is Subsecular Arts?