Guest appearances

The Dalston Shroud

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). This new album brings in a number of guest vocalists – Norwegian experimantalist artist/singer Maja

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Concepts of Sorrows & Dangers

Aurora: “Superb young artist exploring the outer space of his saxophones. Jazz, Contemporary music, Rock, Chinese traditional music. NO limits for Rolf-Erik.” Music by Lars Petter Hagen, Maja Ratkje, Øyvind Torvund, Rolf-Wallin, Rolf-Erik Nystrøm, Luca Fransesconi, Iannis Xenakis and Trond Reinholdtsen. Performed by Rolf-Erik Nystrøm and various. On this album: [intlink id=”2510″ type=”post”]ØX[/intlink] Maja also

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Shamelessly Exciting

Sonig: “In 2004 Jason Forrest (aka Donna Summer) made heads turn with his third album and first release on Sonig, The Unrelenting Songs of the 1979 Post Disco Crash, a musical rollercoaster ripping through genres like an amphetamine crazed hobo. It received rave reviews from a respected array of international press; a remarkable accomplishment for

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Oak or Rock

Rune Grammofon: “This is the third Phonophani album, the second for Rune Grammofon. The title refers to mysterious connections between material things, and the album is all about rediscovering the great mystery of music. Through dissecting the sound of ordinary or “real” instruments such as cello, vibraphone, guitars and the human voice and dissolving melodies

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Filtered Through Friends

“Central artists from Norway’s flowering electronica and noise scene join forces to remix female chamber anarchist quartet SPUNK, the source being the group’s debut album from 1999, “Det eneste jeg vet er at det ikke er en støvsuger”. Contributions from Martin Horntveth (Jaga Jazzist), Kim Hiorthøy, Upper Rooms, Phonophani, Svalastog, Kristin Andersen (SPUNK), [intlink id=”5253″

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