Thunderstruck US Premiere at CounterPulse, San Francisco Apr 25-26, 8pm
Alternating Currents US Premiere at Stanford Live, Stanford University, 27 april 19.30pm

Sunday afternoon gear-talk with Jessica Slxgter for Nuts And Bolts! tune in at

Texte zur Kunst review of CTM Festival.

Spring shows!

Interview in the Lake Radio

On this years Shape-roaster

Happy to announce an upcoming gig at HAU theatre during this years CTM festival! More info here

Stream my mix for Caterina Barbieri and Carlo Marias Fulmen radio show on Cashmere radio! Listen here

Interview in Stray Landings

Review of Kontrapoetik in Passive/Agressive

Kontrapoetik is now avaliable for pre-order on the XKatedral bandcamp.
The limited edition 12"vinyl includes a sheet of lamented pressed flowers from Ångermanland, picked, dried and arranged by myself.

I will be in Tallinn this weekend for Tallinn music week.
Tomorrow evening I am invited to do a Kassette-Dj set at EKKM in Tallinn, Im packing my favourite kassettes!

for multichannel loudspeakers and lights

Interlocked cycles is an audiovisual piece in eight voices of synchronised sound and lights. The audio is generated within the Supercollider framework using phase modulation synthesis. Using linear progressions of density and tempi, the compositional process explores a gradual acceleration in aural and optical patterns.

Epistasis is a new piece for string quartet and tape, comissioned by Konstmusiksystrar in 2017. The piece will be premiered by Malvakvartetten on the 20th of april 2018 at Konserthuset in Stockholm. Epistasis is a string quartet in eight voices, where the acoustic performance is doubled using recordings of the Malva Quartet played back live as an electronic tape stem. Through amplification techniques the string spectra are enhanced and slightly distorted. Epistasis focuses on evolving progressions in F minor, the idiom being inspired by the sound and harmonic structure of doom and black metal music.

More info and program at Konserthuset Stockholm

"Less shot through the head with a diamond bullet than being walloped repeatedly with a crystal hammer, Maria W. Horn’s ‘Excitation – Frustration – Excitation’ matches elegance with brutality in admirably brain-wrenching fashion. Tough kickdrums and serrated noise jags serve the pain, their unquiet digital gristle occasionally recalling Ben Frost at his glowering best. The title track is a fine example, its percussion stomping holes in the space time continuum through which pour gibbering waves of sleety, saturated howl."

Read the whole review at: we need no swords

Facshinoma festival at Mooi Collective Mexico
Review (in spanish) at

Interview on

Workshop at Centro Cultural de España en México
on sound, field recording and music production


"like being zapped by lasers and undergoing some sort of mind reading experiment being executed by a droid."
Review of Diverted Units on

Interview (in japaneese) by Hiroko Tsuchimoto

Podcast for Stray Landings