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Beardfish were formed in 2000 by guitarist David Zackrisson and singer, guitarist, keyboardist Rikard Sjöblom. The group includes bassist Robert Hansen and drummer Magnus Östgren. The first album was recorded as a quintet with Stefan Aronsson on keyboards and flute. Their primary influences are a diverse range of Zappa, King Crimson, and Gentle Giant.

To date they have released two albums, both are highly recommended. The first 'Från En Plats Du Ej Kan Se...' runs the gammet from great epics, brash hard prog, with some tasty flute and mellotron thrown in. Their second album The Sane Day is a more ambitious outing.. this time down to a four piece with Rikard taking keyboard duties. A 'double' album released 2005 that might be seen a conceptual, though they deny it. The growth in the group musically is apparent, and is a good album

The group should be checked out by anyone looking for a good solid modern Art Rock group. If you have the chance.. see this group live. Ask anyone in attendance in Chapel Hill on ProgDay06, they stole the show. They will grab you and not let go. Strongly recomended.



Why this artist must be listed in www.progarchives.com :
strong modern Art Rock group from Sweden. Unquestionably prog.. the 'star' the of ProgDay06 show. Two great prog albums released so far at time of addtion.



Discography:
Från En Plats Du Ej Kan Se...(2003 - Studio)
The Sane Day ( 2005 - Studio)
Sleeping In Traffic Part 1 (2007)
Sleeping In Traffic Part 2 (2008)

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3.61 | 116 ratings
Från En Plats Du Ej Kan Se
2003
4.01 | 188 ratings
The Sane Day
2006
4.06 | 348 ratings
Sleeping In Traffic: Part One
2007
4.20 | 523 ratings
Sleeping In Traffic: Part Two
2008
3.96 | 343 ratings
Destined Solitaire
2009
3.96 | 474 ratings
Mammoth
2011
3.88 | 324 ratings
The Void
2012

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 Från En Plats Du Ej Kan Se by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2003
3.61 | 116 ratings

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Från En Plats Du Ej Kan Se
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

5 stars The Swedish prog rock band "Beardfish" was formed in the year 2000 and "Från en plats du ej kan se" from 2003 was their debut record. I have listened to it several times now and have hard to let it go, it is so good and rich of great music. The musicians were Rikard Sjöblom (vocals, guitar and keyboards), David Zackrisson(guitar), Stefan Aronsson(keyboards, flute), Robert Hansen(bass) and Magnus Östgren(drums) and the cover has a picture taken from high up on a sky scraper, perhaps in New York or in another modern environment. These listenings were very interesting in many ways.

Three of the songs are sung in Swedish and that is fantastic. A band should sing in their mother's tongue. But also the songs with English lyrics are fantastic. Actually the whole record is so fantastic. "Från en plats du ej kan se" the title track, is a mixture of folk rock and intelligent progressiv rock with a lot of power, some parts are really heavy. The singer has a very unique voice and every instrument do their things. "Today" has a lovely sweaping melody and "Poison Ivy and the full monty" is truely symphonic and lovely. "Brother" is softer and very fine and "Spegeldans" is a very interesting track just as "Om en utväg fanns" with funny lyrics. "A psychic amplifier" has organs that very much reminds me of great prog of the seventies and that is a musical journey I recommend every proger to experience. Totally, the whole record has so much interesting features and I was early amazed and surprised that the band was so good so early in their career. I think I am right when I say that Beardfish is one of the very best prog bands in modern days. My favourite songs here are "Från en plats du ej kan se", "Today", "Poison ivy and full monty" and "A Psychic Amplifier".

Beardfish makes modern progressiv music with a unique style even though it appeals to me, a listener who prefer the seventies' prog before modern versions. This is a beautiful record I recommend warmly!

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 Sleeping In Traffic: Part One by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2007
4.06 | 348 ratings

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Sleeping In Traffic: Part One
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by Progrussia

4 stars I meant to make review of Sleeping in Traffic Prt 2 to encompass the entire story, but since Part 1 is nominally a separate entry... What I like about Beardfish is they don't just copy the usual British suspects - Genesis, Pink Floyd, Gentle Giant, - but base their music also on more traditional sources - American (bluesy hard rock, soul, country) and European (use of accordion, waltz- and tango-like melodies). I've said that Beardfish for prog is not complicated, a pleasant and accessible band (maybe not on first, but easily on second or third listens). While that is true, their guitars may sound surprisingly dirty and bass - pulsating. Keyboards are vintage-sounding.

Beardfish is classified here as eclectic prog. Compared to part 2, the "day" part of Sleeping in Traffic is more eclectic than prog. For listeners reaction to go from "hey, that's cool" to "wow" factor, it needs to have the Part 2. For that reason, I'll rate Part 1 slightly lower - but only slightly.

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 Destined Solitaire by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.96 | 343 ratings

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Destined Solitaire
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by Progrussia

4 stars It must have been a lot of pressure for eclectic retro-rockers Beardfish to follow-up to the critically successful Sleeping in Traffic saga. That they managed to come up with nearly 80 minutes of music only a year after is proof of melodic talents. Whereas Traffic was musically centered on hard rock, blues, funk, fusion and everything in between (tango, accordion), Destined Solitaire is at the same time heavier and more instrumentally challenging (title track, Awaken the Sleeping), and has a more relaxed, bar lounge-y vibe (most other songs).

In hindsight, however, Beardfish would have been better served by refining their songs a bit more. In an industry with often many years between albums, who would have blamed them? All songs have interesting ideas, but some parts wouldn't pass quality control. There is a line between quirky, surprising inserts in songs and them being plain annoying.

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 The Sane Day by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2006
4.01 | 188 ratings

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The Sane Day
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by Progrussia

3 stars Impressive for a band so young (age-wise, too) to make their second record already a double album. Since, I believe, that their songwriting craft was not yet fully honed, there is a lot of filler. But it's basically anything goes approach for Beardfish who clearly wanted to put to use the many ideas popping up in their young minds. About half of songs can be described as pleasant psychedelic pop-rock, with bluesy influences, sense of humor and a keen knowledge of provincial American pop culture (learned probably thru Frank Zappa). Production here is clear and bright, but on later albums would get significantly grittier. The second disk unexpectedly ends with a series of quite progressive instrumental or almost-instrumentals. The band said King Crimson was a big influence, but I see here the Crimsons' more lighter side.

This record clearly shows a band with great potential, which they realized later on, but still I can't overlook the amount of filler here.

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 Sleeping In Traffic: Part Two by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2008
4.20 | 523 ratings

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Sleeping In Traffic: Part Two
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by Progrussia

5 stars I've always thought of Beardfish as a primarily retro band, creating its quirky yet accessible prog from popular, rather than obscure, ingredients of the 70s. Of their albums, Sleeping in Traffic has the most 70s vibe to me. Two albums released a year apart, but basically a double concept CD, it has surprisingly little filler for a modern-era double album, with the second part being even better in that regard. Most songs are multi-part, and each part has a memorable foundation to it, be it hard-rocking boogie, blues, soul, funk, fusion, a bass/keyboard dominating melody, an intricate guitar duet, whiny alternative rock or even accordion and tango. The most-talked about song is naturally the 35-minute eponymous epic. It is surprisingly consistent for such a long song, but has a curious structure - after a scorching deep bass-Eastern-metal-tango book-end the song is very slow for the first 15 minutes, and for the next ten it is basically a non-stop romp, before returning to the original unsettling melody. In short, if you can afford to have only one Beardfish disk, all are good, but if you must, get Sleeping in Traffic part 2. Disregard the frontman Rikard Sjoblom saying that its more difficult to get into. Just give it a few spins, and it will fall into place.

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 The Void by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2012
3.88 | 324 ratings

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The Void
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by Progrussia

3 stars Rikard Sjoblom, leader of the quirky eclectic retro-proggers Beardfish, who have been increasing in heaviness lately, has said he was a fan of metal. There was before the rare growl in Destined Solitaire (from eponymous album), and in the ...And the Stone Said. Now he indulges himself with several stabs at a sort of gritty proto-metal riffs. Problem is, while in Solitaire the metal was a send-up, and in the Stone it was appropriate to the segment, in the Void it comes across as strained and forced, although the riffs themselves are not half bad. The reaction is more of raised eyebrows rather than head-banging. It overstays the welcome. To me, their best stab at heaviness remains the metal/tango intro to Sleeping in Traffic.

Another half of this album is Beardfish at their usual pleasant self - a jazzy instrumental, a sad pop-rocker, an epic full of glorious melodies and vocals (the album also ends on an unexcepted but cool note with unrecognizable lo-fi country-blues). The problem is, however, that even those songs are prone to being somewhat repetitious (Seventeen Again and Ludvig and Sverker could have both be shaven by two minutes easily).

Well, kudos to Beardfish for trying on, with occasional success, new approaches, but to me The Void is their typically interesting, but least compelling album.

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 Mammoth by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2011
3.96 | 474 ratings

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Mammoth
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by Progrussia

5 stars Beardfish can be described as often quirky, retro eclectic prog band, with ingredients of pop, heavy, psychedelic, jazz, soul, traditional music and plain old boogie. Lately they have habit of introducing dark metal elements, but still do it in a decidedly unmodern way, sounding most inspired by Black Sabbath. Like fellow Swedes Flower Kings, Moon Safari and others, Beardfish are prone to gigantomania. Mammoth is their most compact album, six proper songs, diverse ones, and with as little filler as possible, is my favorite. Two heavy tunes, a bombastic epic, an ethnic jazzy/heavy instrumental, a foray into a sort of psychedelic disco, and, to conclude, a sing-a-long-fest with a surprisingly somber ending.

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 The Sane Day by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2006
4.01 | 188 ratings

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The Sane Day
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by bloodnarfer

5 stars This is Beardfish.

While it may not be their most consistant or mature album, The Sane Day is Beardfish in full style. I was not initially impressed with The Sane Day as I was with Sleeping in Traffic pt 2 and Destined Solitaire, but as I became more familiar with Beardfish, this album started to shine as my favorite. This is full, unrestrained Beardfish. This ambitious double LP comes right after their debut, early enough that they still have an "anything goes" attitude. Rikard and gang simply had too many good ideas ready for a single disc and therefore opted for the double album. The playing here is not as refined or skilled as in later albums but the song writing and ideas are most unique here. A few highlights:

Beginning with A Love Story, the album kicks off with a story about a chump who is left by his girlfriend and simply cannot continue to live. He will even DO THE DISHES if it meant he could have her back. This song is exactly the kind of song beardfish is known for. Great use of hammond organ, jam sections, non-repetition, and of course not taking themselves too seriously. It really plays out like a story. And it seems so unabashedly honest it might just be a true story.

Gooberville Ballroom Dancer is unmistankenly Beardfish-esque. This is an early example in the vein of the South of the Border joke song with heavy influence from Zappa. "Dwight was a filthy mother ..%*(*. " It is an overtop ludacris song full of narrative and oddball characters. The crunchy guitar riffs and interesting (sometimes goofy) vocal melodies keep it interesting after many plays. The instrumental portion of this song is undeniably excellent.

The second side contains many shorter, mellodic songs toward the beginning, and instrumentals toward the end. Every one of these are pretty great. For instance, Now starts out very meloncholy with long organ chords as the guitar slides in and out of tones. Halfway through the song it welcomes something different as a Tangerine Dream type arpeggiator and a lighter guitar riff transfers the song into a much more optimistic mood. Ask Someone Who Knows is a great instrumental piece. There are so many textures of keys and guitar work interweaving throughout this piece. Rikard is a master of melodies on the keys, and it really stands out here. The song transitions from thought to thought in interesting and powerful ways. The end is particularly haunting as the organ plays a dilapidated carnival theme and the evil clown returns from 'Easy Money' to laugh at you again (basically).

This may not be the best introduction to Beardfish (see Sleeping in Traffic pt. 2) but this is certainly the most Beardfish-sounding album and probably their best work. This is the album I return to the most. I think it touches on every facet of the character of the band and strong melodies and songwriting can outweigh bombastic playing anyday (See Mammoth). I am hesitant to give the masterpiece rating but I will round up from 4.5. It is well-deserved. Essential work of modern progressive rock.

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 Destined Solitaire by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2009
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Destined Solitaire
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by aapatsos
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3 stars 'Till you comply with their madness

I have spinned and enjoyed this album a few times now but it always leaves me with the same feeling: that of confusion.

Beardfish are a very talented and educated (from what I can hear in their music) band. They have a pretty unique, absolutely eclectic style, borrowing from the past, yet being ridiculously modern. Throughout this album I see so many ups and downs, get overly excited and disappointed within the same track a few times, and end up unsure of whether what I listened to was a masterpiece or a bunch of well-educated jazz/prog passages put together on an ad-hoc manner. The answer lies somewhere in the middle.

From the first track the effect that Gentle Giant and Zappa have had on Beardfish's music is evident. Flirting with, but never utterly reaching avant-garde, they seem to borrow from the symphonic elements of ELP and take their music forward with a very modern approach. There are several intentional "atonal" passages that simultaneously put me off and create some curiosity. Their lyrics are full of irony, utterly interesting and have a social/political tone - see "Until you Comply", one of the best tracks in here and with similarities to The Tangent. Quirkiness, quirkiness, quirkiness... is everywhere. From the accordion-led instrumental "Coup de Grace" to the VDGG-influenced "Abigail's Questions", the album surprises in all fronts. Especially dominant is the use of organ that provides a retro- and epic feeling at the same time (see the end of the closing track...).

"In real life there is no algebra" they claim, but in this album the maths are for the experienced solvers. For those that love quirky prog, this is probably a must, for the rest this could be a love-or-hate album. 3+ stars.

Highlights: Until you Comply, Coup de Grace, the irony in the lyrics

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 Sleeping In Traffic: Part Two by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2008
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Sleeping In Traffic: Part Two
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

5 stars Beardfish's fourth record from 2008: "Sleeping in Traffic: Part Two" contains very much great music for the interesting listeners. It's not either very complicated to understand. The cover is mostly brown but it also shows a streat with a forest on the left side. The band comes from Gävle (Gästrikland, Sweden) and is still active with doing great music.

This record has eight tracks but is dominated by the rather long title song. The starter and the closer are short, soft and instrumental. "Into the night" shows how majestic the sound of the organ/keyboards is and it is a happy and playful song with a bright progressive mood. "The Hunter" is also sharpe and beautiful and "South of the border" is one of my favourite with a very humouristic text with a telling melody which changes during time. A very clever composition. "Cashflow" is instrumental and wonderful. It whirls towards new dimension with pretentious beauty and the sound of the keys reminds me of "Kullamannen" a great children television from the 60s. "The Downward Spiral/Chimay" proves the band's skillful musicians with a lot of technique and the melody is almost classical. "Sleeping in Traffic" finally is amazing but you have to be alert and rested to get it. This episodic compositions shows all of Beardfish's talent. And this is a perfect opportunity to study the lyrics. They are very funny and humouristic. The singer Rikard Sjöblom does a good work on this record. Beardfish is one of the best modern progressive bands in my opinion and this record is surely worth listening. There is something innocent about it I like.

Best tracks: South of the border, Cashflow, Sleeping in traffic Worst track: No, every one is great!

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