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Arve Henriksen: Cartography

Read "Cartography" reviewed by John Kelman

Increasingly well-known to ECM fans for his work with Christian Wallumrod, Trygve Seim and Jon Balke, Cartography is Arve Henriksen's debut as a leader for the label. A logical successor to his impressive Rune Grammofon discs--Sakuteiki (2001), Chiaroscuro (2004) and Strjon (2007)--it's also the Norwegian trumpeter's most ambitious release to date.

Post-production has always figured ...

Arve Henriksen: Cartography

Read "Cartography" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The components of sound that make-up Arve Henriksen's Cartography, the trumpeter's debut as a leader on ECM, reads like a hyper-processed, low-nutrition, junk food for the ear brew: samples, treatments, synthesizer, dictaphone, programming, beats, voice samples. It is a stew of musical inputs, a layering of sounds that mixes ambient and electronica with snippets of soaring ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Arve Henriksen: Cartography

Read "Cartography" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il timbro della sua tromba ha ammaliato e fatto brillare diverse produzioni ECM, fino ad arrivare a questo Cartography che dovrebbe consacrare Arve Henriksen presso un pubblico più vasto. Album di intensa vena poetica e spontanea creatività, muove i suoi passi in un ambito difficile da definire, con paesaggi sonori a cavallo tra le musiche per film e ...