Crackazats first experience with dance music was an early one. He grew up tap dancing to jazz with his mother, developing an innate sense of swing and rhythm.
It was later in to his teenage years, that he picked up guitar, bass and started producing, emulating any music of his interest, be it the underground hip hop of Madlib, or the Jazz-funk of Jamiroquai.
His exploration in to House music led to his 2015 debut album ‘Crescendo’ Two singles from the album, ‘Eye Light’ and ‘Somewhere Else’ have established themselves as future classics.
The last couple of years Crackazat has had an explosion of global popularity, with Remixes for the likes of Joey Negro, Moulinex, and Tom Misch. Not to mention the Japanese vinyl sensation ‘Coffee Time’. A euphoric house track built around a sample from a Acapella group in his city of Uppsala.
When it comes to his live shows, crackazat sets the bar high, having started out with supporting sets for Bonobo and Floating points. His glorious keyboard solos, funky bass guitar, and general infectious grooviness are winning him crowds across the planet.
Crackazat's latest project is a reworks album featuring remixes of beloved tracks from his musical home at Local Talk Records