Flyagaric Forest is a forest where dreams grow. With a sound that has its foundation in Psychill, the tempos and rhythms change like the landscape changes on a journey through a forest. You might find yourself high up on a mountain, wondering through a valley, or relaxing by a stream. Peter Ekelund, the man behind Flyagaric Forest, is an audio engineer, producer, and guitarist from Sweden who started his musical journey in the school band as a teenager. Later on he became inspired by the many possibilities of electronic music production. He fell in love with the sound system culture and his first music releases were in the drum and bass and dubstep genres, often with a dub influence. The Flyagaric Forest sound came about in an effort to move away from traditional music genres and instead focus on songs with a story and a cinematic feel leaving more room for creativity, and often creating a fusion of genres in one song. You may have heard him playing setar on one of Hinkstep’s well known songs Aldrig Mer, or guitar on many others. He performed live as Flyagaric Forest for the first time in 2016, and then in 2017 published his debut album Ar Var Alda. He followed up with his second album Nature Of Things released on Mystic Sound Records in 2018. He is currently working on his third album which you may hear a preview of on a starry night in a Swedish forest this summer.