A Walk Down The Sound Path: Introspective Dreams with Aera

Fascination sure enough takes a part of you, and dreams are more comforting than the waken moment. At a point where the fascination couldn’t be more elevated, Berlin producer Aera walks Profet Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström down The Sound Path in an interview filled with introspectivity and lucid dreaming. - April 21 2018

What Happened to »Availability 4«?: A question posed about Caravan to the suns lost track

On the international Piano Day, the international improvisation duo Caravan to the sun release three new tracks, called »Availability 2,3 &5«. With »Availability 1« already published last year, there is only one question that needs to be answered: What Happened to »Availability 4«?. Profet’s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström ponders the question in this improvised article about improvisation. - March 29 2018

Somehow, Somewhere They Had Read This Before, part B: Years Of Denial

Maenad Veyl (A.K.A Avatism) and Years Of Denial have released a split EP on Death and Leisure, so Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström made a split interview with the two acts. In the second part, Jerome from Years Of Denial sets the record straight on how he really met Maenad Veyl. - March 19 2018

Acid Ronni: A View on People, Places & Things - »Acid 03«

Profet´s Ronni Arturo takes a toke off of acid house culture as the genre has re-entered the blood stream of the world with »Acid 03«, the debut single from People Places & Things that is featured in a new Adidas campaign. - March 13 2018

A Tale of Two Cities: An Interview with Eric Maltz

Our environment can directly influence our creativity, and in Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström´s case, the obsession with certain places creates nothing but envy. Here he interviews American producer Eric Maltz about moving from New York to Berlin and finding somewhere to belong on new release »Pathway«. - March 9 2018

War of Art: An interview with Boaz Roberts

San Diego raised musician Boaz Roberts talks to Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström about beating the Resistence, criticism and his newest project Sun Sic. As an exclusive feature, Boaz also puts together a playlist of favorite tracks for Profet. - February 24 2018

A Question of Identity, Posed by NYMA and Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström

Who are you? What is your identity? Where is the point where everything exists? Is there a third gender? How do you pronounce »anonymity«? This, and more, is discussed by Berlin producer NYMA and Profet’s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström in an identity-seeking interview. - February 22 2018

You, Me and New Orleans: An interview with Sandunes on the magic of NOLA

Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans? If not, stop reading right this moment. For a non-NOLA-devotee, this piece will be incomprehensible and painfully enviable. Why? Because Profet’s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström interviews Mumbai based producer Sandunes about her EP »NOLA Daydream«, and extensively leans back into the intoxicating memories of New Orleans. - February 20 2018

Damned on the way to Dalston: An interview (that almost happened) with C.A.R

Embarrasment, French witches, robbery, propaganda and missed friends. These are all subjects in the interview that almost happened when Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström went to meet C.A.R in Dalston, to talk about her new album »PINNED«. - February 18 2018

Peckham Paradise: An Interview with Sam Astbury from X-Kalay (and an ode to Rye Wax)

Have you ever been smitten by a place by the mere look of it? Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström was hooked on Peckham, the second he stepped in to obscure bar/record store Rye Wax to meet up Sam Astbury, founder and care-taker of lo-fi house label X-Kalay. - February 4 2018

Somehow, Somewhere They Had Read This Before, part I: Maenad Veyl

Maenad Veyl (A.K.A Avatism) and Years Of Denial have released a split EP on Death and Leisure, so Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström made a split interview with the two acts. In the first part of two, Maenad Veyl explains his roots and his productivity. - January 30 2018

There Is No Loneliness, There Is Audiences: Part II of A Night on the Town with Mary Ocher, Karl Jonas Winqvist and Felix Wickman

Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström meets up with singer Mary Ocher in Stockholm, together with musician Felix Wickman, label director Karl Jonas Winqvist and fellow Profet writer ECE (Elizeth Casal-Eriksson). This is the second, and final, part of the interview that includes pillow talk, poppies (?), puppies and misunderstood questions. - January 18 2018

The Other Side: An Interview with Italian violinist Vito Gatto

Where does the melancholic nature of a violin´s strings come from? Is there a difference between the musical climate in Italy and the one on »the other side«? Such questions, and more, are discussed in this interview with Vito Gatto, written by Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström. - January 11 2018

In Lack Thereof, Hated and Loathed: An Interview with Louisahhh

The first article of the year on Profet is an interview with American dance music producer Louisahhh, conducted by Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström, surrounding subjects such as quality of life and ignorant Ibiza jocks. - 5 January 2018

There Is No Loneliness, There Is Audiences: Part I of A Night on the Town with Mary Ocher, Karl Jonas Winqvist and Felix Wickman.

Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström meets up with singer Mary Ocher in Stockholm, together with musician Felix Wickman, label director Karl Jonas Winqvist and fellow Profet writer ECE (Elizeth Casal-Eriksson). Here follows the first part of the article covering this encounter, including talk of anarchism, veganism and both Mary´s and Felix´s new records. - 20 December 2017

A Poem Surrounding Promiseland´s »My Shadow Is Me«

Profet´s Ronni Arturo gets inspired by Promiseland´s new single »My Shadow Is Me«, in this short poem. - 17 November 2017

Cultural Cocktail: From Estonia to Australia – €A$H and Promiseland

Profet’s Chief Ideologoue Filip Lindström mixes himself yet another potent Cultural Cocktail, made out of trippy Euro Trap and Australian, New York grown, industrial waste. What is the effect of these two components brought together? - 5 November 2017

Best Left Unsaid: An Interview with Pieces of Juno

Do we experience external values as more beautiful than they really are? Who constructs a social structure and what does it take to tear it down? What is the middle point between massive self-esteem and great self-doubt? Profet’s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström interviews Pieces of Juno about these subjects and many more surrounding her new album »Tacenda«. - 24 Oktober 2017

Loud Fascination for Lord Fascinator, part II: An interview with Lord fascinator

Profet´s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström talks to Lord Fascinator himself about making it, and what »making« and »it« really is. Topics such as Turkish psych, Swedish jazz heroes and ambition for the sake of ambition are also discussed in this transatlantic interview. - 26 September 2017

Jazz Is Dangerous - Elena Wolay and the Jazz Är Farligt Festival

Elena Wolay and her project Jazz Är Farligt are major sources of motivation and inspiration, says Filip Lindström, Chief Ideologue for music magazine Profet. In this collaborative interview from Profet and The Forumist, Elena describes the ambition and impossible mission of her annual experimental music festival at an amusement park in Gothenburg, where legendary acts will come together this year. - August 7 2017

Future of the World - Views on coming days of the human race

What does Turkish psychedelic rock music from the 70’s have to do with South African musician Spoek Mathambo? Both the Turk-Psych and the Joburg innovator are key players in the forthcoming Future of the World, according to Profet’s Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström. - July 3 2017

Festival Phenomenon Fading?

The stability of a music festival is never certain, at least not when looking at the fluctuant nature of Sweden’s musical festivities during the last years. Profet’s Ronni Arturo compares the Swedish festivals to the ever inspiring, empowering and redefining force of Brooklyn’s AFROPUNK. - July 29 2017

Excuse Me - An analysis of Pardon Moi »Power to The People«

Profets Ronni Arturo asks himself what a statement such as »Power to The People« really does mean today, as he listens to the Pardon Moi single that goes under that name. - 22 Juli 2017

Loud Fascination for Lord Fascinator

Chief Ideologue Filip Lindström takes a close look at the Internet music culture and its disciples, especially the fascinating Lord Fascinator, in this very first English language article produced by music magazine Profet. - 20 Juli 2017