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Stefan Wistrand

Stefan Wistrand got hooked on jazz in the early 70s and at the same time took up playing the saxophone. At first involved in the then-current jazz rock scene, he soon encountered free jazz through the duo he formed in the mid 70s with drummer Peter Olsen. In 1978 they released the album “Duo” on composer Leo Nilsson’s label Studio Viarp. Throughout the 80s Wistrand was active on the alternative rock scene, touring Sweden and Scandinavia and recording three albums with rock group Memento Mori.

In the 90s he returned to jazz and improvisational music and was initially mainly active as leader of free jazz group Nods Off, with Olsen, bassist Stefan Larsson and guitarist Daniel Berton

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The Electric MZ “Eternity & A Day” (Einnicken, 2018)
”Together, everyone contributes to creating a genuine group sound, which despite the actual timelessness of the music and its “here and now” still feels a lot of Swedish 70's, but then of the absolute best kind. The title is a homage to director Theo Angelopoulos. An album to glorify the summer with.”
Orkesterjournalen (Sweden)

”Should you compare the band with something else, maybe it could be Tonbruket, which can move in about the same boundaries. But The Electric MZ cultivates a softer and more rounded and unified sound

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Discography

Eternity & A Day

Eternity & A Day

Einnicken Records
2018

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Going (Gone)

Going (Gone)

Einnicken Records
2017

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Silent in the Murmur

Silent in the Murmur

Einnicken Records
2015

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Fundamental Form

Fundamental Form

Einnicken Records
2010

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Fictions

Fictions

Found You Recordings
2009

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In the Space Between

In the Space Between

Einnicken Records
2005

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