Gustav Ejstes

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To paraphrase (very loosely) Ben Franklin, wherever you go in this world of ours — and that includes Sweden, native land of Dungen mastermind Gustav Ejstes — nothing is certain but death, taxes, and being picked on mercilessly if you’re a kid who plays
The bigger, better sound of Dungen
By MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG  |  October 21, 2008

Dungen | 4

The playing is looser and rougher than you might expect, with tons of drum fills that teeter on the verge of sloppy, but this adds to Dungen’s trademark unpredictability.
Kemado (2008)
By DANIEL BROCKMAN  |  September 23, 2008


Depending on your outlook, Dan Snaith is either a genius auteur or a misguided, egomaniacal control freak.

Caribou at the Paradise Rock Club, March 26, 2008

By WILL SPITZ  |  April 01, 2008

Swede stuff

To most rock fans, psychedelic means Jimi Hendrix and Arthur’s Lee’s Love, or Iron Butterfly’s “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” and Frigid Pink’s “House of the Rising Sun.”
Dungen deliver another potent dose of psych-rock
By KEN MICALLEF  |  June 04, 2007