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Stockholm’s Christian Källström is a multidisciplinary
electronic music producer, equally at home in front of
high-end, state of the art synth gear as he is before
battle-weary 20-year-old home computer hardware.
And if forced to choose between the two musicmaking
toolsets, Källström may jump the way you wouldn’t
expect. As Crazy Q, Källström mans and operates
Atari ST, Atari Falcon, and Commodore Amiga
consoles, pressing them into the service of dancefloor
calls-to-action unique for more reasons than just the characteristic sounds of the machines’ chipsets. Crazy
Q’s composition treads an uncommon stylistic line, pairing playful soundchip arpeggios with pensive, moody
melody, and fastening it all onto a solid-core rhythmic framework of absolute drag-you-to-the-dancefloor
funk. There’s nobody that sounds like Crazy Q, in style or instrumentation.