en en en – Grønn & Gul

en en en plays the free music with references to the ’60s free jazz, as well as to the contemporary music. With en en en it is the free tone, the simple sound and the surprisingly turn of events that characterize the music. Names like Albert Ayler, Ornette Coleman and Jimmy Giuffre are clear inspirations, […]

Operasjon Hegge

Avant garde jazz quintet based in Trondheim Norway. Bjørn Marius Hegge -Double bass/composition Simon Albertsen – Drums Petter Kraft – Tenorsax/composition Martin Myhre Olsen Alt/sopranosax Torstein Lavik Larsen – Trumpet OperasjonHegge Download   iTunes   TIDAL    Spotify

Pappenheim – Bekkenjordet

Pappenheim consisting of Oscar Grönberg on piano and Tor Haugerud on drums are now releasing their debut album Bekkenjordet. They celebrate the release with a tour in october which bring them to Östersund, Stockholm and Oslo as well as a double bill label concert in Trondheim. Later on in 2017 they will also play in […]

Alpaca Ensemble & Eirik Hegdal

The Alpaca Ensemble derives from the piano trio Alpaca Trio, a versatile chamber group frequently collaborating with other musicians, artists and composers, often premiering commissioned pieces. Composer Eirik Hegdal and the Alpacas have collaborated on four pieces prior to this recording: “Skråpanel” (2006), “Tapet!Tapet!” (2007) and “Elevator” (2010), all of which are available on CD, […]

Formo Tre & Metall

The new record “Amor & Labor” by Formo Tre & Metall is now available as CD and download! The recording was listed on Europe Jazz Media Chart for october, and a nice early review in Bergens Tidende describes the music as a “vital and engaging drive of improvisation” by a “strong and original band” Some […]

Hammond Dialogues

The triple release “Hammond Dialogues” by Daniel Formo consists of three records exploring the Hammond organ in different unconventional settings. It is now available for download as mp3 and hi-res flac at our shop, and also available as limited edition triple-CD for order by email. Some reviews: Bergens Tidende: “This is electroacoustic contemporary improvisation rich in ideas”; […]