Interview with German improviser Peter Brötzmann. Shot before a gig at Kongsberg Jazz Festival.
Recording and performing prolifically with many collaborators, Parker was a pivotal figure in the development of European free jazz and free improvisation, and has pioneered or substantially expanded an array of extended techniques. Critic Ron Wynn describes Parker as "among Europe's most innovative and intriguing saxophonists ... his solo sax work isn't for the squeamish"
Duch is a highly generous musician and improvisor. This is equally audible as he moves in the outskirts of reductionism, flirts with noise, engages in the domain of contemporary composition or happily endulges in the joys of free jazz.
Please enjoy this months meet, featuring: Michael Duch
Kim Myhr recently released his solo album 'All Your Limbs Singing,' and we're very happy that we can present this interview in which he explains and talks about his influences, musical approach, 4-hour long concerts and, of course, the already mentioned album.
Research Fellow at The Norwegian State Academy of Music, Ivar Grydeland, talks about his projects, career and musical core values in this video shot in his parents house in April 2014.
He also talks a bit about his new solo record 'Bathymetric Modes' out on Hubro Music now.
A quiet talk with Norwegian noise-connoisseur Lasse Marhaug.
Here he talks about life, work, career, musical input (and output), and why noise is worth listening to.
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.