- RT @lili_line2: “Grammar is politics by other means.” －Donna J. Haraway Maja S.K. Ratkje: 𝑉𝑎𝑐𝑢𝑚 (2002) from 'Voice' ©Rune Grammofon https://t.co/YUP4Krl36q
- RT @gangleri2000: Sounds like fun. Music by Victoria, Ore, Ratkje, Gavin Bryars. Not entirely about dead popes, perhaps. https://t.co/jcw2nM0ogQ
- RT @StevenTDennis: This is one of the most brutal quotes I've ever seen. https://t.co/xeiVNq4i70 @Russellberman https://t.co/d1ZJjUznUW
- RT @rmayemsinger: Turns out "Obama" was the only part of Obamacare red hats were voting against. The "care" part... they want to keep that.
- Saturday will see the Norwegian premiere of A Dismantled Ode to The Moral Value of Art, written for Nordic Voices https://t.co/rW7c6YXqB5
- 19/04/17 Hanne Dieserud in San Francisco at San Francisco Opera
- 20/04/17 Hanne Dieserud in San Francisco at San Francisco Opera
- 21/04/17 Hanne Dieserud in San Francisco at San Francisco Opera
- 22/04/17 Hanne Dieserud in San Francisco at San Francisco Opera
- 23/04/17 Hanne Dieserud in San Francisco at San Francisco Opera
Tag Archives: vinyl
The combination of the trio POING and vocalist Maja S. K. Ratkje has been referred to as among the best, boldest and most innovative players in the Norwegian music community. On their new album, “Kapital&Moral”, they present a selection of … Continue reading
Crepuscular Hour was originally commissioned for a performance at the Ultima festival 2010 in Uranienborg church, Oslo. The work is composed for three choirs, three pairs of noise musicians and concert organ. All performers surround the audience, and are amplified … Continue reading
In the FLUXUS series. Music by Zuzana Husarová, Mama Bär, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Maja S. K. Ratkje & Lasse Marhaug, Eighty Pound Pug, Andy Ortmann, Jörg Piringer, Cecilie Bjorgas Jordheim, Allan Revich and Andre Borges. In catalogue: Psych.KG 299.
Concert recording from Rødbrygga, Inderøy, April 2013. Maja S. K. Ratkje (voice and live electronics) with the trio SAKA: Kristoffer Berre Alberts (saxophones), Jon Rune Strøm (double bass), Dag Erik Knedal Andersen (drums). CD and Vinyl. Mixed by Lasse Marhaug.
John Wiese’s long awaited Deviate From Balance is the artist’s first album since 2011’s Seven Of Wands (PAN). Recorded throughout Europe/UK, Australia, and the US, the album includes scored ensemble pieces including over 20 musicians on each, recorded in Melbourne … Continue reading
Rune Grammofon: “On in this botanical adventure – or “Adventura Botanica” – SPUNK join forces with one of Norway’s leading modern dance exponents, Odd Johan Fritzøe, to create a sound and movement work celebrating Darwin’s legendary, game-changing voyage to Madagascar. … Continue reading
DJ Marcelle’s mix of music featuring Maja S. K. Ratkje’s “Joy” from the album Voice (Rune Grammofon). 4 LPs.
Rune Grammofon: “To celebrate 150 releases we have put together a selection of tracks showing where we are now, some label mainstays, personal favourites, hidden treasures and to round it off; a beautiful exclusive from Arve Henriksen. No expenses have … Continue reading
Beautiful, hand pressed black vinyl from Maja S. K. Ratkje / Joachim Montessuis on the French label Erratum. A collaboration which started in 2008 and finished in 2013. Continue reading
The debut solo album from founder SPUNK member and composer Maja Ratkje has secured her a place among the finest experimental singers. From the weird and furious to the enchanting and beautiful, this is an album rich in atmosphere, colour … Continue reading
A recording of live performances which brought together two essential figures of the contemporary scene: an oustanding Norwegian composer and vocal artist Maja S.K. Ratkje and a celebrated improviser and composer , former DNA drummer, Ikue Mori. Continue reading
2LP: A1 eleh – woven over A2 radian – rusty machines, dusty carpets B1 maja ratkje – B2 nsi. – quartz B3 farben – atrappp C1 dopplereffekt – dyson sphere C2 elektro guzzi – saftgulasch D1 thomas köner – tiento … Continue reading
The Norwegian noise duo Maranata (Jon Wesseltoft and Dag Stiberg) has released this 7″ with a CD included. 7″: Lucky Forever b/w Pig Magic. CD: 1. Pieces, 2. Gravity Connector, 3. Black Tongue Darshan Track 3 features Maja S. K. … Continue reading
The Wire: “For their 100th release, Rune Grammofon commissioned 13 original pieces from their roster to display the label´s unerring ability to present a diverse range of approaches while maintaining a firm grip on its aesthetic.” RCD 2100 – Various: … Continue reading
The Last Record Company/Rune Grammofon: “A rare live recording and her first solo album for quite some time, this finds Maja on top form. Since her recording debut as a member of SPUNK 10 years ago, she has continuously challenged … Continue reading
CM distro: “Trinacria was originally a composition by Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved), Maja S. K. Ratkje and Hild Sofie Tafjord (both from Fe-mail), commissioned by Rikskonsertene for a concert series. The line-up was completed by Grutle Kjellson, Ice Dale (both from … Continue reading
Box set containing five 10″ vinyl records celebrating 50 Rune Grammofon releases. Includes 19 tracks by rune artists. “Some are cornestones in the catalog, but this is not a best of collection, we want to show the different aspects of … Continue reading
The Rose Has Teeth In The Mouth Of A Beast is a record by San Francisco duo Matmos. It is a series of “sound portraits” of a pantheon of people that they admire. A musical attempt at biography, it’s loose … Continue reading
Soul Jazz Records: “Influenced by the New York Art/Punk scene of Sonic Youth, The Swans, Liquid Liquid, this is the group’s follow up to “Still Born Alive” (Soul Jazz Records, 2003) and ‘Beautiful People are Evil’ (Soul Jazz Records, 2001). … Continue reading