A photo album from the life and history of Supersci.
'10 Juldagen' means Christmas Day and that it's been around 10 years since the glory days of infamous Sundsvall club Jop's. There you could always count on resident DJ's Collén and Webb playing all the bangers. On christmas day 2009 a special celebration party was held there. Supersci of course came through as well as a wild line up of other S-vall artists: Henrik Stålnacke, Melodie MC, Mange Myt, as well as DJs Style of Eye, D. Westin and of course the Jop's veterans Collén and Webb.
Photographer: Sverker Norberg
Supersci travelled up into the Swiss Alps to play at the King Of Rail snowboard and freeski rail jam. We really enjoyed the Swiss hospitality and the beautful sceneries. Big thanks to the arrangers of the jam, and the fans and nice people we met out there!
The island Ven, off Sweden's south west coast near Landskrona, is the beautiful setting for the Ökända Musikfestival. Friday August 16th Supersci took the ferry there to perform, alongside great artists and groups such as Kwaai, Femtastic, Tingsek, Promoe, General Knas and many others.
On this february Saturday we did two nice little shows in our hometown, one at hip hop event GET2GETHER at youth music centre Domsaga, and directly afterwards a Soundsystem gig at night club Allstar.
Supersci Soundsystem (DJ Kristougha, Arka and Mr Noun) got a warm welcome in cold Åre, playing records and performing live at the jam packed ClubCrisp.
Supersci, KC (S-vall), and Cleo (Umeå) played at the seasonal opening of Umeå club Goodfellas (Scharinska), all backed by the fully flared live band Fabriken. The club was packed and the Umeå crowd was live, making this one a night to remember. Big shouts to Fabriken, Random Bastards / Goodfellas crew, KC, Cleo and of course everyone that came through and supported!
Supersci and singer Isabel Neib (of Don't Blame The Dog) played at the opening of this street art exposition in Sundsvall. Graffiti, sculptures, photos, paintings, skateboard art and music all shared the same roof at Kulturmagasinet museum in Sundsvall. The artists included: IKAROZ, KAOS, EGS, KEGR, NUG, FITS, ELMO, EBB, Bruce Davidsons and Max Magnus Norman.
Supersci and fellow Norrland group Trainspotters (from Umeå) hit Stockholm's best hip hop club Peez XL for their "Dirty North Edition". Stockholm showed love as always. Shouts to everyone that came out and partied!
Sweden's major ski resort got a visit from Supersci for a gig at Onsdagsklubben (wednesday club), at the nice venue Åregården. The crowd wasn't huge, but for sure welcoming and apreciative. Ski/board bums know how to have a good time!
Supersci ventured to Vilnius, the picturesque Lithuanian capital. The event Gatvès Lyga Fest was held at Loftas, a cultural arena built in an abandonded factory from the Soviet era. The event boasted a nice combination of graffiti, DJs and groups, with Supersci headlining.
Fellow S-villains Tour De Force (TDF) and Supersci played at home club Sound Villa, Stadshuset. Guest artists jumped the stage and the DJ table was crowded all night. The event was a collaboration with the streetwear brand Cityfellaz. Good S-villa vibes!
The Peace And Love festival is held in Borlänge in the Dalarna region. It's currently Sweden's most popular summer festival, and has a positive message and vibe to it. Supersci played a late concert at a stage located in a park, and the crowd participation was overwhelming. So, what else to say but Peace and Love!?
A nice warm July night at the Gatufesten annual outdoor festival. The home crowd was welcoming with a lot of familiar faces showing up.
Supersci packed the full liveband and all instruments in the van and journeyed south west to the vivid Norwegian capital. The small and intimate club Skuret was the venue, full of Norwegians and Swedish expatriots that really made the night count. Norway all the way!
Arka and Mr Noun of Supersci, along with Emil Öhlén of Frihetsorkestern made three concerts with Nordiska Kammarensemblen in Sundsvall to conclude school project 'Respekt'.
Arka and Mr Noun of Supersci, along with Emil Öhlén of Frihetsorkestern in rehearsal with Nordiska Kammarensemblen in Sundsvall.
An eventful weekend in Gothenburg in January 2011. On friday 21/1, Supersci played at Club Secret Garden, at classic venue Nefertiti. Saturday the P3 Guld awards were held. After the awards, a rowdy and crowdy afterparty was held at club Yaki-Da, where mics also were passed.
Supersci released their anticipated second album 'Timelines' on September 20th 2010. The release was celebrated with a full scale live gig at local club Sound Villa in Sundsvall. The home crowd was on fire and fans travelled in from other regions to help make this a night worth remembering.
'Pozytywna Kultura...' festival was arranged in Chelm, eastern poland for the first time this year. Remedeeh couldn't make it, but Stockholm soul talent Beldina joined the crew for this one. The gig and crowd support was great, and the polish hospitality was off the meter!
Arka and Mr Noun were in the studio a sunny tuesday in May when long time collaborator Phonetik dropped in and recorded a last guest verse for the album.
Remedeeh and Mr Noun in the studio laying down vocals for some brand new Supersci tracks.
Emcee veteran Phonetik joined in with Noun and Arka to record a track for the coming Supersci album.
On christmas day 2009 a special celebration party was held at Jop's in Sundsvall. Supersci performed as well as a wild line up of other S-vall artists and DJs.
Some pics of Remedeeh recording songs for the Supersci album and hanging out in the studio on a chilly weekend in October.
Mr Noun and Arka in a writing session at the studio working on a track for the coming album.
The new underground hip-hop festival Xpress Urself took place on a warm Stockholm summer night at Debaser Slussen. The line-up was inmense - over 20 live acts from Sweden and abroad plus a whole bunch of DJ's. Supersci also gave an interview at SR Metropol radio before going to the festival.
Sweden's most renown sneaker shop celebrated 10 years in full flare and fashion at Kägelbanan, Mosebacke in Stockholm. Of course they invited hip-hop veterans and sneaker addicts from all over to party with them like it was 1999 again...
A long journey to the north eastern wilderness of Finland, but well worth it as Vuokatti sure knows how to party! Supersci was one of a few foreign groups at the 08 edition of Pipefest, among a good number of domestic finnish artists and DJs.
An intense weekend far north west in the Swedish mountains, where Supersci did three shows in two days and enjoyed the sun, snow, fresh air and then some.
The big student club night "Skvader Dam" takes place anually at Norrlands Nation in Uppsala. This year, the hip-hop stage offered the likes of Prop Dylan, Uppsala's own Professor P and DJ Akilles, followed by Supersci that were stoked to represent Norrland.
Kungen is a small youth club hang out in Sandviken outside Gävle with a mellow and relaxed vibe to it. Right after up-and-comer Prop Dylan with entourage, as well as Professor P and DJ Akilles had rocked it, Supersci gave it their all in the tight and steamy setting.
A brief but intense visit to one of Sweden's eastern neighbours Lithuania. Supersci played in Kaunas, the country's second city, and were shown lots of love from both the crowd, local DJ's and hip-hop activists.
Noun, Arka and Rem of Supersci grabbed the mics for a special collaboration concert with the Spiderdogs live band at the cosey Stockholm club with the same name. Stockholm´s own Mofeta & Jerre, who also arrange the club, opened the set for the night and DJ Large kept the party going.
Supersci set out to invade the stage at the annual spring festival held on the University Campus in Östersund.
Finally back in Stockholm, Supersci celebrated the new mixtape release with the ever faithful B-Line crew. And as always, Stockteez knew how to party!
Over 300 heads came through to really cram up the intimate basement that hosts the monthly club Boom Box. Sundsvall up and comers Tour de Force were the opening act and Supersci rocked it to celebrate the release of their new mixtape. Intensity!
A sub-zero excursion to Sweden´s top ski resort Åre. To contrast the freezing February storm, the atmosphere at Villa Tottebo Bar was really warm and positive. Some good ol´ after-ski fun!
Supersci held it down for the Norhtern part of Sweden and made a December trip to Östersund. Arka was back on track after a little time off since the birth of his baby daughter.
Although Christmas day is the renown Swedish party day, you really couldn´t tell this december 26th was "the day after".
Emcee extraordinaire Black Fist and Swedish legend Phonetik paid a visit to the Flyphonic studio.
Dark autumn nights are perfect occasions for getting some work done in the studio.
Supersci performed in the green lights of lounge club Trappen together with a special live setting.
Yes is of Sweden´s absolutely hottest hip hop clubs literally too.
Supersci made a guest appearance on the live fed radio show in sunny Gävle.
A boat trip to DBTL festival in Turku, Finland and a club gig in Malmö.
Hanging out in Observe´s studio/student room in summertime Stockholm.
Supersci sweated it out at Gatufesten 2006 (Sundsvall street festival).
The 2006 edition of Sweden´s famous Hultsfred festival was dusty and hot.
Supersci always like to return to Famous Jazz club Nefertiti.
An unforgettable night when Supersci celebrated their debut album with friends, family and a great home crowd.
club B-line´s true school frenzy made for a nice intimate setting for a release party that really went down with a bang.
The funk could be felt at club ReachOut! Legendary Stockholm jazz joint Nalen was the place.
Great wheather and cool people made for some real Norwegian fun.
Supersci played at a small club with a big heart.
Supersci joined forces with a bunch of real skilled musicians at the renown jazz club Nefertiti.
Working on the collaboration tracks for the "Pinetrees" album and just hanging out.
A quick peek inside the Flyphonic studio.
Some pictures from Noun´s year in Barcelona and some from back in Sweden.
The summer of 2003 was a long, hot and intense one.
Some Superscientifiku snapshots from the earlier days.
In and outside the bedroom studio of old.
Soulful singer Henrik Stålnacke started off the evening in a nice mellow vibe.
Jop's veteran and renown hip hop producer Collén heats things up on the wheels.
Remedeeh hangs out with Supersci friend Gurra also known as DJ Gusto.
Bessem Bedziri that joined the Supersci act on guitar, congas and syntesizers hangs out with a friend.
Ever-stylish Ali and friend in the club.
Friends Sara and Annelie.
Friends Sara and Annelie.
Four more party goers.
Properly dressed party arranger Tommy opens the ceremony.
Sundsvall's legendary party starter Melodie MC made a fun show with some of his hits like "Dum-Da-Dum" and had the crowd remeniscing on early 90's school discos!
Sundsvall rapper/singer Mange Myt started off at full throttle with his album title track A.D.H.D. (Alla Dårar Har Drömmar). Here joined by KC (King Chris) and with Collén on the turntables and Jerker Häggström on guitar.
The crowd partying to Mange Myt's show.
Supersci entered the stage seven deep and kept the madness going.
Bass player Olle Melkerhed switched to a sweet stand-up bass for the evening to perfectly match the sound of 10-year-old track "Flip Fast" and "Forests and Factories" fresh of the new EP.
DJ Freddy Flex and Bessem Bedziri form a heavy rythm section in the back.
Remedeeh and Noun warming up.
Arka clutches the mic.
Noun, Arka and DJ Freddy Flex living things up.
Bessem Bedziri switching around from guitar to percussion and synthesizers to match the track, here on the EP theme "What It Is".
Arka pumps his fist as Noun and Rem emphasize on the side.
Multi-talented Jocke Bengtsson joined in with Supersci for the first time on Rhodes electric piano, melodica, and MPC drums. Jocke took over on the keyboards after Erik L's absence in the Supersci live setting lately, as Erik now focuses more on his much praised production work.
Bass player Olle and Remedeeh in the zone on "Forests and Factories".
Noun and Rem communicating with the front rows in the jam-packed small venue.
Remedeeh and Noun whildin' out on the hook.
Olle Melkerhed lays a thick bassline for the three Supersci vocalists to spit over.
DJ Fred Flex and Bessem Bedziri turning the knobs for a wild dubstep-style crescendo that summed up the concerts.
Noun and Freddy breathe out at the end of the show.
The scuffed-up old Rhodes Piano.
World famous Sundsvall DJ Style Of Eye worked the wheels for the last part of the night.
The Supersci crew strike a pose with producer/DJ duo Collén and Webb and more friends.
Rem, Erik L and the rest make a christmas greeting card. Bessem must have already found a chimney somewhere.