Out of Order — Edition Festival for Other Music

Sunday 27 February 2022. 3PM (Stockholm Time)

Please note, this event is online-only!

Programme time: ~3,5hrs

Where to watch:
fonstret.bandcamp.com (100 SEK)
cafeoto.co.uk (£8 or free for OTO members)
— vimeo below (password sent via email to Fifth Edition Festival ticket holders and Fylkingen members)

Chat: https://vimeo.com/live-chat/682268600/

When the Fifth Edition Festival for Other Music was postponed (again!) to August 2022 it felt necessary to do something on the original dates anyway but with only local people… it messes up the sequential festival numbering system, so here we have ‘out of order’ — an interstitial, online edition festival for other music. We’ll be simulcasting the programme to Bandcamp, Cafe OTO and Fylkingen. It will be free to view for OTO and Fylkingen members and Fifth Edition Festival ticket holders (via password sent in advance via email).

Out of Order will present five concerts interspersed with three short ‘fönstret’ films starring Lisa Ullén, Leif Elggren and Raymond Strid.

Concert films:

Magnus Granberg Ensemble

Josefin Runsteen — violin,
My Hellgren — cello,
Finn Loxbo — guitar,
Ryan Packard — percussion,
John Eriksson — vibraphone & percussion
Anna Christensson — piano.

A new sextet performing a new work — Night Will Fade and Fall Apart — by Magnus Granberg. The piece takes two different songs by the late medieval composer Solage as well as the jazz standard My Foolish Heart as its points of departure. This performance is produced in collaboration with Thanatosis Production.

Elsa Bergman / Finn Loxbo / Ryan Packard — Electric Trio

Premiere public appearance of the riotous ‘electric’ trio of Elsa Bergman (electric bass), Finn Loxbo (electric guitar) and Ryan Packard (drums & electronics), recorded in tight confines at the group’s rehearsal space in Vasastan.

Soft Tissue

Soft Tissue is the Stockholm-via-Glasgow duo of Feronia Wennborg and Simon Weins. Their latest LP arrives imminently via Students of Decay.



Fylkingen mainstays WOL — the duo of Wenche Tankred and Lovisa Johansson present new work outside of category.

Vilhelm Bromander Aurora Ensemble

Vilhelm Bromander – soprano saxophone,
Isabel Gustafsson-Ny — pump organ & piano,
Gustav Rådström – clarinet,
Mauritz Agnas – clarinet & double bass,
Emma Augustsson – cello,
Pelle Westlin – soprano saxophone, clarinet and bass clarinet,
Anton Svanberg – tuba.

Erstwhile contrabassist and composer Vilhelm Bromander (here on soprano saxophone!) assembles a special group to perform works from his recent release Aurora.


The Edition Festival is supported by Stockholm City, Region Stockholm and Kulturrådet, The Swedish Arts Council and produced by John Chantler for Ideell Edition.