Swede stuff

By KEN MICALLEF  |  June 4, 2007

Indeed, along with excursions into Turkish folk, Ejstes has been learning the DJ arts of mashing, scratching, and mixing.

“Dungen for me is a music project as much as Swedish folk music. I practice a lot of violin, Swedish folk music, and a lot of turntable, too. Everything influences everything.” He sighs, tiring of questions. “When I play fiddle tunes, I am thinking of rock music, and when I play turntables, I think of Swedish folk music or psychedelic rock. Everything is melting together. It’s all music.”

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