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Vilde&Inga: Makrofauna

Read "Makrofauna" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

It is almost unimaginable that an established label, as the acclaimed German label ECM, will embrace the debut recording of young musicians just out of the music academy and release it as it is. But that is what happened with the Norwegian classically trained duo Vilde&Inga-- violinist Vilde Sandve Alnæs, and double bass player Inga Margrete ...

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Daniel Lercher / Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø: TH_X

Read "TH_X" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Austrian sound artist Daniel Lercher and Norwegian experimental trombonist Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø, known for his collaborations with Swedish double bassist Nina de Heney and drummer Raymond Strid, first met in the Czech republic in 2010. The two took part in the 30-piece Czech-Norwegian- Austrian improvisers orchestra and decided to keep working together. They devised the pieces ...

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PGA: Corrections

Read "Corrections" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

PGA--Norwegian bassist Fredrik Luhr Dietrichson and drummer Jan Martin Gismervik--has played together for many years as the rhythm section of Wolfram Trio, which released its self-titled debut earlier this year on the Va Fongool imprint, as well as the yet-to-record Shotgun trio (also called Gismervik Gruvedrift). On their debut as a duo, they decided to delve ...


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