The Ocean Tango LP available HERE!

* Partikelbana 10" viny + booklet, musical interpretations of poems of Martti Soutkari feat. Petter H and Siri, OUT NOW at Zeon Light

STAD LP is sold out, but there's a cassette version still available!

Another cassette with music from the short films of Henrik Möller Filmer has just been released on Zeon Light. Buy/listen!

* ANTI-CLOCK, new album of Sternpost finished (Petter H of Testbild! with contributions from Siri, David Dolly Dolly Yates with daughter Mabel), is out NOW on Dilettante (vinyl)

Other upcoming projects:

* Mouse, the Testbild! and Dolly Dolly collaboration project, to be finished and released before you know it


This page will be updated regularly. Thank You for Your interest!

04 October 2006: A fine review by the one and only George Parsons (Dream Magazine):

Testbild! Imagine a House (Friendly Noise, / I received and listened to this album the same day I
heard that Syd Barrett died. I think you have to be careful what you
expose yourself to during such times; I first listened to one record on
a very bad day, and though I liked recording, I

14 July 2006: When Testbild! made music in a bottle (Swedish).

14 July 2006: Why not buy a Sjtjekn t-shirt?

14 July 2006: Some feedback and reviews of Imagine a House (Swedish and English).

01 June 2006: Important news from Friendly Noise.

31 May 2006: Testbild!'s current playlist at Dotshop.

23 May 2006: Right. The official release date for "Imagine a House", an album wich Friendly Noise don't hesitate to call a masterpiece, is June 19th.

Pre-orders are available from Dotshop.


13 April 2006: "Imagine a House" is delayed, but will be released by the end of May. Hopefully!

Meanwhile, you might want to check out "Noon Universe", the brand new CD by SJTJEKN:

...the word is that at least one Testbild! member is involved in this project, but you never know...

10 February 2006: Friendly Noise just released their second compilation to date: "Are You Scared to Get Happy?". It contains a previously unreleased Testbild! song called "Landfall", which was originally intended to be included on "The Inexplicable Feeling of September" album. If you want to order this compilation, try:

Later on you can presumably buy it from
as well.

09 December 2005: Our dearest Testbild! member Pontus Lundkvist has now completed a video, called "Where Did This Begin?". It's about 14 minutes long, and contains a few of the songs on our forthcoming album "Imagine a House" (to be released on Friendly Noise in February 2006).

The video will be shown to the public at: