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Zinober

Label: AIM Records
Released: 2012

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Doors. Keys.

Label: AIM Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: 4 is 3 is 2 are one; Leo; forsok; Shut Up and Dance!; Haplosning; Tre veckor i en lada; F.M.S.; Headpiece; Hals.

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Splashgirl: Doors. Keys.

Read "Doors. Keys." reviewed by John Kelman


As exciting as Norway's annual Punkt Festival always is, there's inevitably one group that stands out as the sleeper hit--unexpected and lesser-known, perhaps, but delivering an especially memorable performance. Splashgirl's show was the hands-down sleeper hit of Punkt 08, and its debut disc, Doors. Keys., further bolsters its reputation as a group to watch. ...

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Doors. Keys.

Label: AIM Records
Released: 2007

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Flux

Label: AIM Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: No Fuzz for Buzz; 4D; Olivier; Lunar; Flux; Gruff; Duo; Revolver; Dodeka; Dias; Passaggio Nach dem Regen; In Orbit.

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Countryside

Label: AIM Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: The Wheel; Solid Gold; Last Waltz; Rainy Afternoon; Canadian Rockies pt. 1; Canadian Rockies pt. 2; Fastball; A Nice Walk; Countryside.

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After The Levees Broke

Label: AIM Records
Released: 2007

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Short Stories

Label: AIM Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Preludium; To The Little Radio; Metal; Alltid Freidig; Geist; Lace; Gutua; East Of Auster; Glory; Litany; Vertigo; Apus Apus; Undertow; To The Little Radio.

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Mats Eilertsen: Short Stories

Read "Short Stories" reviewed by Budd Kopman


Short Stories, with fourteen tracks totaling less than forty minutes, is a disc of all solos (except for the last track) that manages to be intense and calming at the same time. Most current jazz releases have an overriding theme, or at least an attitude--compositional or otherwise--that binds the tracks together. That the motives of bassist ...

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Mats Eilertsen: Flux

Read "Flux" reviewed by Budd Kopman


Bassist Mats Eilertsen is in high demand as a sideman, and a member of quite a few longstanding groups. As a leader and composer, Eilertsen put out the very interesting and atmospheric Turanga (AIM Records, 2005). The outstanding Flux brings together the same players, but in an entirely different style. What is immediately ...


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