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Jostein Gulbrandsen: Looking Ahead

Read "Looking Ahead" reviewed by Tyran Grillo


Norwegian-born, New York-based guitarist Jostein Gulbrandsen makes a modest splash with this set of eight originals. The composing is in-the-tradition and buoyant throughout, and harnesses the abilities of an enviable band. Bassist Mike McGuirk exudes plenty of sunshine in opener “Gee Wheez," revealing a carefree undercurrent that infuses the entire session. Drummer Mark Ferber catches his ...

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Looking Ahead

Label: Curling Legs
Released: 2018
Track listing: Gee Wheez; Looking Ahead; Psalm; Unbroken Circles; Cold Times; New Tune; Monkey Biz; Another Waltz.

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Copenhagen Diaries

Label: Curling Legs
Released: 2016
Track listing: Obstruction; Who broke the bat?; Pheasant cookin´; Nightmares; Hedmark; Vanity; A moon on a sunny day; New beginnings; I guess seeing one more episode won't hurt anyone.

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Svein Rikard Mathisen: Copenhagen Diaries

Read "Copenhagen Diaries" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Copenhagen Diaries documents Norwegian, Bergen-based guitarist Svein Rikard Mathisen experiences while studying at the acclaimed Rhythmic Music Conservatory in the Danish capital, an era described by him as a “twilight zone" where “curiosity meets nightmares and angst meets caffeine." Fortunately, Matisen experiences were processed into an appealing yet complex compositions, reflecting the dramatic emotional turmoil of ...

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Hometown Interludes

Label: Curling Legs
Released: 2013

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The Italian Job

Label: Curling Legs
Released: 2013
Track listing: Split Second; Majority; The Stringbearer; Giu La Testa; Freedom Theme; Jack-Pot; Waltz for E.P.; Blues for Alice in Wonderland; Pino; Liersangen; Teeth for Tooth.

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Arven

Label: Curling Legs
Released: 2013

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Conrairo

Label: Curling Legs
Released: 2013
Track listing: January; Conrairo; Vicvac; Sinrairo; Kripos; Lenki; Sarplaniac; Baxter; December.

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Lars Andreas Haug Band: Conrairo

Read "Conrairo" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The new generation of Norwegian tuba players keep challenging this under-rated instrument. Two years ago it was the trio of Martin Taxt, Kristoffer Lo and Robin Hayward who investigated the timbre characteristics of the tuba on microtub (Sofa Music, 2011) and last year Lo explored the tuba as a sound source for dark and intense soundscapes ...


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