Already has nine songs been selected to the final cut of Tjernberg Brothers debut album; Cosmic Connections. We have decided to add yet another track, so a total of 10 songs now lies ready! The recordings has went on ongoing and we are on track with the album and soon you’ll hear a teaser from […]
Congrats to Aldo Donatello – winner of our social media competition and happy owner of a signed copy of “Anton“, lim. ed. digipak CD.
We will do the music for the upcoming drama short film “Supermaja” (in swe), by Skornja Film. Right now we are busy composing the main theme. Then we will make the entire film score. Shooting is scheduled for late summer. Keep your eyes on the news section for updates and more information about Supermaja. External […]
Write us a line in the comments field, either here or on any of our social media pages (Facebook/Google+/Twitter/Instagram), and we’ll raffle a signed copy of “Anton” (lim. digipak CD) to a lucky winner in the end of June!
Subterranean Passages Vol. 2 by Daniel & Mikael Tjernberg “Subterranean Passages” is a unique collection of dark ambient in two volumes. Our track “Abysmal”, appearing on the second volym, is also licensed for an upcoming horror film. More info regarding that later. Thanks goes out to our friend Jonathan Grönlund, who plays the harp and […]
We’re currently drafting ideas for a serie of compilations themed with “Elements”, with the first compilation being “Earth”.
The Waerloga Journey – Compilation vol.2 by V/A
Waerloga Records have chosen to take the label to a new level and introduce it in the digital market. In doing so, they are also launching a brand new website – WAERLOGA 3.0! Almost all Waerloga Records releases will from now on be available on BandCamp, and that includes four of our albums! Head over […]
We have written a song for placement in an upcoming horror movie called “Abysmal”. It’s an eerie atmospheric piece performed by ourselves and harpist Jonathan Grönlund. The recording and the final details are done right now!
The Tjernbergs are excellent composers and musicians A review of “Anton” on Hypnagogue. Read full review here: www.hypnagogue.net