In the late '90s, Swedish composer Magnus Birgersson created Solar Fields, a project considered one of the most productive and creative in the Scandinavian electronic music scene. As a High-Tech sound designer and multi-instrumentalist, Magnus Birgersson developed Studio Jupiter, a living museum of machines in which he builds his unique sound universe, poles apart from current trends in the genre; with Solar Fields he explores the wide possibilities of electronic music from depth to floating atmospheres, cultivating contrasts and subtlety with brio.
In an interview Magnus recalls: "Music happened to me the day I was born. Been having music and instruments around me in the family from the very beginning. I started to play piano in the 70's. During this period I also got introduced to synthesizers. In the mid 80's I started to hook up synthesizers to computers and I've been doing that since then. I have also been involved in all kind of different projects, from guitar player in rock bands to pianist in Jazz funk band, keyboard player in drum n bass band."