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MUSICMUSICMUSIC, pioneers of Swedish new jazz since 2002 are considered one of Sweden’s most important jazz groups.

The group was founded after a tour in South Africa where three musicians realized that they had something special together. A common idea of what music, groove and melody was all about and an almost intuitive interplay. They have ever since represented an open attitude towards jazz and are well known for their bold, groovy and direct approach. Their arrangements of classic jazz standard tunes as well as rock classics and soul hits early made an impact on the Swedish and international audience and they have been praised for their special style in the Swedish music press as well as among young aspiring musicians. The members are highly sought after musicians on the Swedish jazz and rock scenes. The group, consisting of Fabian Kallerdahl, piano, Josef Kallerdahl, bass and Michael Edlund, drums have played more than 200 concerts together and have performed at many big festivals and well-known clubs on almost every continent.

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”Another highlight at Stockholm Jazz Festival 2015, and a close second to Rickie Lee Jones for festival sleeper was Stockholm's MusicMusicMusic's performance of original music at Cinemateket.” - John Ephland, All About Jazz

“one of the best piano trio albums over the last ten years” “MMM is the most important new Swedish jazz trio” - Fredrik Eriksson, GROOVE

“Music Music Music were innovative, inspirational and unique. They could have veered towards selfindulgence on so many songs - they certainly had the talent to pull it off, but their musical integrity was too great” - Jali Mbali, Daily News, Durban, South Africa