Like a message in a bottle, carried round by the ocean streams for decades, Henrik Rylander’s album “Fran En Obestamd Plats I Rummet” has floated around in the space of Swedish underground music. Hoga Nord pulls the cork and unfolds the message that is a piece of music that was ahead of its time, sounding now 20 years after its first release in the late nineties. This album is a well-kept secret even for the most initiated music lovers in Sweden! The music, influenced by Flying Saucer Attack and other reverb/distortion drenched acts from the early nineties, Harmonia and some of Kraftwerks earlier works and minimalism, still sounds fresh! Rylander, a member of legendary acts such as Union Carbide Productions and The Skull Defekts, has been pushing the envelope for electronic music, varying between ambient and noise. Rylander’s solo works could be described as sophisticated music and “Fran En Obestamd Plats I Rummet” combines the sophisticated sides with his band oriented works that holds another kind of tension. This record is the first release on the sub label Hoga Nord Arkiv on which releases from the past, that hasn’t got as much attention they deserve gets re-released in an appropriate context.