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Performer: Moha!
Genre: Electronic / Jazz
Title: Norwegianism
Country: Norway
Released: 25 May 2007
Style: Free Jazz, Abstract, Noise
Label: Rune Grammofon
Catalog Number: RLP 3064
MP3 version ZIP size: 1945 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 2000 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 784

Tracklist

1Jolly One (White Guilt Fills The Room)
2Home One
3Jolly Five
4Ibiza One
5Jolly Six
6Entry One
7Gay One
8Ibiza Two
9Entry Two
10Daily Four
11Gay Two
12Jolly Two
13Home Two
14Home Four
15Jolly Four
16Daily Three

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RCD 2064Moha! Norwegianism ‎(CD, Album)Rune GrammofonRCD 2064Norway2007

Credits

  • Design [Sleeve]Kim Hiorthøy
  • Drums, Computer [Supercollider3]Morten J. Olsen
  • EngineerDavid Weber
  • Guitar, Keyboards [Casio], Electronic Drums [Drum Machine]Anders Hana
  • Mastered ByJohn Hegre
  • Mixed By, ProducerMoha!

Notes

Recorded December 15th 2006 in Studio Forces Motrices, Geneva.
Mixed in Studio Frott, Berlin.
Mastered in Duper Studios, Bergen.

Limited to 500 copies.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7033662030644

Companies

  • Recorded At – Studio des Forces Motrices
  • Mixed At – Studio Frott
  • Mastered At – Duper Studio

Video

Album

Norwegianism - Moha. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Literally recorded in a one-day session, the album starts with the rumbling screech and clatter of Daily Three and pretty much doesn't stop from that point on, the breaks between songs seeming more like pauses for breath than discrete ending points. Occasionally there'll be a totally quiet number like Entry Two, all soft echo and glitch minimalism, but that's the exception rather than the rule. Album 2007 16 Songs. Moha Jazz 2007. Norwegianism, 2007. Moha Daily Three, 00:47. Jolly Five, 00:32. Daily Four, 01:43. Jolly Four, 00:59. Gay Two, 02:42. Gay One, 02:05. Listen free to MoHa Norwegianism Daily Three, Jolly Five and more. 16 tracks 35:41. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. MoHa Norwegianism. Play album. Get album. MoHa: Norwegianism album review by John Kelman, published on July 30, 2007. While most of Norwegianism's tracks clock in at less than three minutes-nine at less than two-MoHa manage to pack a lot into very short spaces. Jolly Two begins in flat-out free territory, Olsen flailing beneath Hana's electronic skronks, but the two magically stop for increasingly long moments one, then three, then six seconds, with each successive passage taking on the slightest bit more shape until the 66-second mark, where a thrash metal pulse takes the duo into an even more extreme finale. The sixteen generally short songs on Moha's sophomore album Norwegianism crash and clang by in a swirl of dissonance and industrial noise. Rune Grammofon's beautiful, minimal packaging and solid coloured CDs, we know by now, often hold some of the most challenging of Scandinavian improvisedexperimental modern music, and Moha's found a snug home on the label that also releases artists like Thomas Stronen and Opsvik & Jennings. Everything about Norwegianism is designed to turn away the casual listener: screeching clusters of electronic noise pinging repetitions of unidenti. Genre: RockPopElectronic Duration: mins Format: CD, Album Type: CD No. of Discs: 1 discs Studio, Label: Rune Grammofon UK Release Date: 11 Jun 2007. Disc 1 16 Ibiza Two mins. Disc 1 15 Ibiza One mins. Read full description. Norwegianism Records established in 2011, releasing noise, free- jazz, drone, grindcore, power-electronics and other. Recensione di Remedies For A Foggy Days su Norwegianism del progetto Daimon. Trio formato da Simon Balestrazzi, Nicola Quiriconi e Paolo Monti. Moha Norwegianism Review. Released 2007. Run away pop kids, crazy free improv noiseniks Moha are back Thank the lordMoha Norwegianism Review. Run away pop kids, crazy free improv noiseniks Moha are back Thank the lord Taking it upon themselves to resurrect the true spirit of out-there extemporising, this is, like their last masterpiece, Raus Aus Stavanger, a wonderfully refreshing blast of high-density electronic squall, explosive drumming and mind-bogglingly cosmic guitar strangling, courtesy of fret wizard, Anders Hana and drummer Morton Olsen
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Balderdash time signatures and flashcore noise explosions...sometimes the record seems dead until an atom bomb of noize-rock gob meant for the Microverse comes pirating back at full destructive force.

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