Swedish musician Axel Boman (edit something about Axel here) is in prep mode. The Stockholm-based musician is set to release his debut album “Family Vacation” in November.
The album will be released through Studio Banhus, another Stockholm native that Boman operates along with Kornél Kovács and Petter Nordkvist.
“I decided to go through the vast collection of ideas and sketches I had on my computer, as a final project before I set that machine on fire and let it all go up in flames, kind of like what Lee “Scratch” Perry did with The Black Ark in Kingston in the ’70s,” Boman told Resident Advisor.
“A friend says the album sounds like ‘weird Jamaican space disco,’ so maybe it’s a fitting reference.”
Boman hit the music scene in 2008 with an irreverent look at house music and he hasn’t looked back since. His music has been on labels such as DFA, Permanent Vacation, Hypercolour and DJ Koze‘s Pampa Records.
Pampa Records released Boman’s breakthrough beat Holy Love. HE has also teamed up with Talabot under the moniker Talaboman on a beat called “Sideral”. That track was included on Talabot’s upcoming DJ-Kicks mix.
Family Vacation will be released on double-vinyl, CD and digital.