Growing up in a household where jazz and classical music were a regular part of life, Segerfalk spent seven years playing the church organ while also attending local blues jams and creating commercial music for games. He was a trailblazer in 8-bit chip home computer music and was the sole Swede producing for Commodore 64 games in the late 80s and early 90s.
Segerfalk has a strong affinity for synthesizers and established Analog Sweden in 2007 as a vintage synthesizer studio and workshop catering to the electronic sonic needs of a wide range of artists, from Joakim Thåström to Anthony Hamilton’s remixes. In 2014, he crowdfunded Moments Lost, a tribute to the original Blade Runner soundtrack, using the same recording techniques and legendary Yamaha CS-80 as Vangelis did in 1982. The album is highly regarded in the genre, and Ryan Gosling even used the artwork for the album as his Twitter profile when filming Blade Runner 2049.
In 2019, Segerfalk teamed up with Carl-Johan Fogelklou from Mando Diao, resulting in the successful musical collaboration Falk & Klou, which specializes in recreating library groove sounds from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. The duo has amassed a dedicated global following and worked with the producer community Tracklib. Recently, Falk & Klou completed the title track for an 80s-style Japanese anime-themed game set to release in 2025.
Segerfalk’s commercial portfolio includes Volvo, Acne, Cartoon Network, and many other high-profile clients.