Chloroformo features striking music, mostly recorded live, performed on real instruments like piano, percussions and horns. Also programming, which sounds organic and vital. Vocals are there, but not in a traditional way of song writing. Voices performing like an instrument, improvised, ritual and emotional (Schall & Wahn)
Nothing is at rest in his compositions and even when it sounds gentle, silent, or violent, there is a dynamic motion you can feel (listen to Ruf der Jünger II) – the noisiest track on the album). Pigeonhole Lind Bohm is almost impossible, which is a compliment, not a matter of arbitrariness.
A good musician is one that communicates a feeling, touches the emotions and leaves the listener a changed person for having listened that. It is, in a word, effective. That's exactly what CHLOROFORMO made for me.
David Rosenberg (Berlin, 2012)