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Nosejob

Label: Just For The Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Biltema; Boveskov; Hoosegow; Arne is Typing; November; Nosejob.

Null

Label: Just For The Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: First Meeting; Slow Down; Phaselift; Right Now; Rust; Adult Contemporary Music; No Sense.

The Sticks

Label: Just For The Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Skjærtorsdagsraggare; 4000; Copenhagen douche; Dr. Pizza; Gøteborgsyndromet; NSB; The Contest.

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The Sticks: The Sticks

Read "The Sticks" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The Sticks is a new, young Norwegian trio, another product of the acclaimed jazz conservatory in Trondheim--pianist Oscar Grönberg, (who was born in Sweden and plays in saxophonist Hanna Paulsberg quartet), double bassist Aksel Jensen and drummer Håkon Mjåset Johansen (who plays in violinist Ola Kvernberg trio and in the modern jazz quintet Motif). The trio's ...

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Null: Null

Read "Null" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Young Norwegian fusion trio Null--guitarist Viktor Wilhelmsen, bassist Aksel Jensen and drummer Stian Lundberg--speculates on what would have happened if the Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix plans to record an album together were realized. And how it would have sounded if influenced by the work of seminal Norwegian guitarist Terje Rypdal, mainly in his seventies bands, ...

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Caffeine Petrol: Nosejob

Read "Nosejob" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The jazz department of the NTNU university in Trondheim, Norway keeps presenting gifted and opinionated musicians that challenge conventional perspectives on genres and styles. The new power trio Caffeine Petrol--guitarist Gudmund Bolstad Skjær, who wrote all the trio pieces, bassist Fredrik Gundersen and drummer Martin Sandvik-- demonstrate how any neo-jazz-cons attempt to frame jazz aesthetics in ...


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