New video-interviews and the complete sofa catalogue!

We finally published the first in our series of interviews with Norwegian artists, first up is the always present and highly active drummer Paal Nilssen-Love. Still to come are Lasse Marhaug, Ivar Grydeland and Kim Myhr among others, so keep an eye out!

Paal Nilssen-Love | February 2014

A Norwegian drummer with a lot on his plate, talking about influences, influences and career.

Paal also offers some insight on his Large Unit Ensemble, and shares some views on the improv music scene.

New layout and more!

We are excited to begin a new year and believe that we can offer the best verson of our website so far. We have recently switched to a responsive layout, which allows the content to be displayed in the best possible way regardless of what kind of device you are using.

We will also be starting a new series of videos and interviews of Norwegian artists that will be published monthly until the summer, more details on this soon.

Enjoy music & best wishes for 2014!

Lossless- a Falbum by JAP

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Moon-Relay

Moon-relay - ..||""!""||.. - Live in Berlin, May 3 2013

Subradar celebrates its first year!

It has now been one year since we started subradar.no as an artist run, non-profit download store. Much has happened since then. We have gone from a handful of associated labels to well over 30 great labels at this point. We are seeing an increasing interest in subradar, so we feel that we are on the right track for the time to come.

New albums

We are happy to say that we finally got the first albums from EMANEM published, and there is more iconic albums on the way.
Also check out the these fresh albums from Gaffer records.

Preview streaming and latest updates

We are exited to say that we now finally will be able to offer full-length preview steaming from most our labels. One track from every album (limited to 10 min) will be available for full length streaming. This is a big improvement from the previous 30 seconds limit.