All good things come to an end: Before Ja Ja Ja will go on summer break, the event will happen one last time. And because happy endings must be celebrated with a big bang, this month’s edition will welcome the aspiring Swedish band Last Lynx, Norwegian baritone voice Psyence Fiction and Finnish finesse NEØV to FluxBau. And to get to know the artist before the show we have talked to Psyence Fiction and asked them to pair 5 of their own songs with 5 very different situations.
1. Showering in the morning
Psyence Fiction- Big Sleep
Starts of like a creepy dark slow burner. Tight and sleepy and drags it’s feet behind it. Let’s you in and then opens up, gets airy and colorful. There is no real climax, just an expanding of energy. Parts pushing through, coming to life. Goes well with hot water running down the neck.
2. The last 5 dreadful minutes of a run
Psyence Fiction – Don’t stall
Oldest song i’ve put on record. It’s basically about not becoming slow. Move on. Very little fine tunings, pure energy, pure emotion. Very ‘fuck you’.
3. A candlelight dinner
Psyence Fiction – Spy vs. Spy
Probably the only really positive song there is. Candlelight dinners have a better chance of ending up with sex If you’re not such a god damned misanthrope. Also it has a sort of desperateness about it, a collected wildness. And a positive message.
4. The first warm day of spring
Psyence Fiction – Space O’hoy!
A song that is unleashing the dragon throughout. When we play it live it has long instrumental gazy parts. It’s wanting to go places. It’s lyricaly about all the things we think we need. When spring comes, you’re finished keeping yourself in place with small little gifts or to-do’s. You just want to be. Take in space.5. For a stormy day
5. For a stormy day
Psyence Fiction – Small filled in number nines
It’s got a americana stay inside warmness about it. Lap steel guitars, whiskers, that nice long choir-part. Childhood nostalgia defined. A great contrast for stearing out windows.