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Will It Float?

Label: Va Fongool
Released: 2015
Track listing: Will It Float?; Light Impermeable; Buoyant; The Third Time.


Russell / Beresford / Edwards / Liavik Solberg: Will It Float?

Read "Will It Float?" reviewed by John Eyles

Will It Float? features Norwegian drummer Ståle Liavik Solberg in the company of three of London's most esteemed improvisers, guitarist John Russell, bassist John Edwards and keyboardist Steve Beresford on objects and electronics. The genesis of this album can be traced back to the recording of the excellent No Step (Hispid, 2014) which paired Liavik Solberg ...


Label: Va Fongool
Released: 2014
Track listing: Endless Bovis; Cream Corn Wand; Star City; Live And Let Live; Let's Toast!

As Deafness Increases

Label: Va Fongool
Released: 2014
Track listing: Svalbard; Adia; Adib; Adic.

The Jist

Label: Va Fongool
Released: 2014
Track listing: The Jist; The Jist of a Loon; The Jist of Being in Between Jobs; The Jist of Having a Mosquito Stuck in your Throat I; The Jist of Having a Mosquito Stuck in your Throat II; The Jist of Being Rejected at Watergate.

Brute Force

Label: Va Fongool
Released: 2014
Track listing: Brute Force.

Imber, Wiltshire

Label: Va Fongool
Released: 2014
Track listing: Slumber Court; Evacuate; Monolith; St. giles; Bell Inn; Albert; Imber Dock.


kÖök: Imber, Wiltshire

Read "Imber, Wiltshire" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

kÖök is a Norwegian minimalist duo featuring guitarists Jørn Erik Ahlsen and Stian Larsen, the sonic aesthetics of both are inspired by the highly personal improvised language of free jazz guitarist Marc Ducret and the ambient landscapes of Alva Noto (aka Carsten Nicolai). The duo began working together in 2010 and recorded a self-titled album for ...


KÖök: Imber, Wiltshire

Read "Imber, Wiltshire" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Tom Waits sung (spoke) the following lyrics on his Mule Variations (Epitaph, 1999) LP, “What's he building in there?/What the hell is he building In there?/He has subscriptions to those magazines.../He never waves when he goes by/He's hiding something from the rest of us.../He's all to himself.../I think I know why..." But, of course ...


Brute Force: Brute Force

Read "Brute Force" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Faithful to its name, the young Norwegian noise-improv trio Brute Force is determined to make its point loud--loudest by any standard--and clear. This trio's brutal sonic raison d'être derives its reckless power from negation of improvisational forms in jazz and rock, the classic trio format, and even daily life in peaceful Norway. Revolt is the essence. ...


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