release of william soovik grand finale - rustik musik, summer 2018

In June the album Rustik Musik with William Soovik Grand Finale was released on Abrovish Records. The band is:

Signe Dahlgreen - tenor sax & bass clarient
Malin Wättring - tenor- & soprano sax & clarinet
Joel Fabiansson - guitar
Viktor Reuter - double bass
William Soovik - drums & composition

It's a great joy to play with this band! You can listen to the music here:

Johannes Cornell wrote in Dagens Nyheter: 

William Sooviks music is a rare mix of free jazz, rock, melancholy and energy. It is hardly calculated, but feels even more genuine. And his band is excellent. 

photo: Tommy Jonzon

the Säve-Söderbergh scollarship
to Malin Wättring 2018


" Malin has already shown an impressive latitude as a musician. She plays in both large and smaller groups, usually saxophone but also guitar and she sings. She has also shown exquisite competence and sense for composition and as an arranger. Her music is almost limitless and spans over many musical fields. It will be exciting to see what this great talent will do in the future. "

Bengt Säve-Söderbergh

                                     New album out now!!
                 Malin Wättring 4 & Bohuslän Big Band - Harvest

Video made by: Donovan von Martens. Composition: Harvest by Malin Wättring

Words about Harvest:
"Most beautiful!" - Eyal Hareuveni, Salt Peanuts

"With the album, Wättring has the ambition to challenge the traditional concept of "big band music". And certainly it's a challenge!"
Tobias Magnusson, Göteborgs Fria Tidning

"It's rarley this fun to listen to big band music. The rich compositions on "Harvest" have their logical structure, but are not predictable.
It sounds varied magnificently, mildly sensitive and cool.

Alexander Agrell, Sydsvenskan

"It feels like it's natural to her to work with a larger ensemble."

PM Jönsson, Göteborgs Posten

"It's an unconventional record, because Wättring does not care about the norms in big band music,
but sees the experienced and skilled band more as a resource for her own ideas."

Ulf Johansson, Lira