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Susanna Wallumrod

Susanna Wallumröd is well known for her two critical acclaimed albums as well as a string of great concerts with Susanna and the Magical Orchestra. Her beautiful voice has proven to interpret both her own and others songs in a remarkebly fair and astonishing way. Her first solo album is a rare and personal album containing 12 self written songs. The music is ilimitable and takes on a life of its own.

Meshes of Voice

Label: Susanna Sonata
Released: 2014
Track listing: Droplet; Black Lake; Milk Pleasures; I Have Walked the Body; A Mirror in My Mouth; Thirst That Resembles Me; I Have a Darkness; A Sudden Swing; Honey Dew; Medusa; Running Down; House of Bones; Dawn; The Black Lake Took.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jenny Hval & Susanna: Meshes of Voice

Read "Meshes of  Voice" reviewed by John Kelman

After winning the Spellemannpris (Norwegian Grammy) for her first release on the fledgling Susanna Sonata label, the career-defining collaboration with Ensemble neoN, The Forester (2013), singer Susanna resists the urge to repeat herself by moving on to even more experimental territory with Meshes of Voice, this time together with fellow Norwegian vocalist Jenny Hval--a collaboration that, ...

Stein Urheim: Stein Urheim

Read "Stein Urheim: Stein Urheim" reviewed by John Kelman

Things are looking up for Bergen-based Stein Urheim, a musician who, on the basis of Stein Urheim--his second release on Hubro after the vinyl/download-only Kosmolodi (2012) and third as a leader following his 2009 debut, Three Sets of Music--seems interested in just about anything with strings...and a few without. Beyond his own career, which includes work ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

sPacemoNkey: The Karman Line

Read "The Karman Line" reviewed by John Kelman

According to Wikipedia, the Kármán Line ..."lies at an altitude of 100 kilometres (62 mi) above the Earth's sea level, and commonly represents the boundary between the Earth's atmosphere and outer space." It's as good a name as any for the debut album from sPacemoNkey, a collaboration by two of Norway's most impressive and increasingly influential musicians, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Vossa Jazz 2014

Read "Vossa Jazz 2014" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Vossa Jazz Voss, Norway April 11-14, 2014 Vossa Jazz: a jazz festival that's about more than just jazz, an event that takes place at the same point in the calendar every year but not on the same days, a place to celebrate hundreds of years of musical tradition and to ...

The Forester

Label: Susanna Sonata
Released: 2013
Track listing: The Forester, I, II & III; Hangout; Oh, I Am Stuck; Intruder; Lonely Heart.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Susanna and Ensemble neoN: The Forester

Read "The Forester" reviewed by John Kelman

It's strange how a single event can change--or, at least, appear to change--an artist's direction, transporting it to a place previously seeming unreachable or, at the very least, unexpected. Prior to the surprise of 2012's sublime If Grief Could Wait (ECM), Norwegian singer Susanna Karolina Wallumrød was largely splitting her time. On one hand, there were ...

Flower of Evil

Label: Rune Grammofon
Released: 2009
Track listing: Jailbreak; Can't Shake Loose; Who Knows Where the Time Goes; Vicious; Without You; Dance On; Joy and Jubilee; Janitor of Lunacy; Changes; Wild is the Will; Don't Come Around Here No More; Goodbye; Forever; Lay All Your Love on Me.


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