Legendary Norwegian producer & artist Bjørn Torske supplies the artwork - rounding off one of UTTU’s most aspirational releases of recent times. 26 September 2018 ·. Jag spelar i Malmö på lördag
Smalltown Supersound 21812. 12 inch Vinyl Single.
Twelve inch vinyl pressing of this single lifted from Bjørn Torske's acclaimed 2011 album Kokning. Here, Torske gets remix treatment from DJ Harvey (with Harvey on vocal!), fellow Norwegian Todd Terje and Italy's Crimea X. Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands
Listen to music from Bjørn Torske like Clean Air, Nitten Nitti & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bjørn Torske. Torske then moved to Bergen and continued Ismistik as a solo project without Mjøs, recording the classic "Remain" album which was released in 1995.
Torske then moved to Bergen and continued Ismistik as a solo project without Mjøs, recording the classic "Remain" album which was released in 1995. Ismistik seems to have been abandoned since then, Torske preferring to record under his own name, occasionally using the Krisp moniker for his more techno-ish ventures.
After more than a decade up in the clouds, Torske has slowly come down to the dancefloor again with a string of bristling percussion workouts for Sex Tags as well as the Oslo label Smalltown Supersound. Byen marks his first solo album in eight years and his first record in ages to wholeheartedly embrace the space-disco sound he helped pioneer. But instead of crisp disco drums and claps that would immediately show his hand, what beguiles on Byen is Torske’s gentle way with other instruments
Torske’s debut album under his own name was Nedi Myra in 1998 on UK label Ferox. After that he released a string of singles with Svek label, among them the seminal Jeg vil være søppelmann. That translates to I Want To Be A Binman in English, which shows who set the tone for Norwegian disco’s particular sense of humour. In 2010 he released Oppkok 12 which was remixed by DJ Harvey and Todd Terje, and last year the Kok EP with additional material from the Kokning album sessions. Norwegian house and techno producer Bjørn Torske started experimenting with electronic music in the late '80s in his hometown of Tromsø. As a teenager he was inspired by other Tromsø musicians, especially Geir Jenssen, the musical prodigy later to be known as ambient pioneer Biosphere.