Nice mention!

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 - 13:51

Nice to see that Subradar existence gets picked up around europe, here is a mention on a german music blog, manafonistas.de:

German:

Tromsø (gesprochen Trumsö) ziemlich nördlich in Norwegen an der Nordsee gelegen, hat einen plattenladen, SUBRADAR, für spezielle, abseitige, geniale , verrückte und was es sonst noch so an Musik gibt, die viele gar keine Musik finden.

Daraus ist eine plattform geworden, die von musikern selbst betrieben wird und wo man nicht nur diese art von musik finden kann, sondern vor allem in verschiedenen träger- formaten von höherer Qualität. Also ein bisschen so etwas wie eine erweiterung von Bugge Wesseltofts Gube Music in die subradarische gefilde. Die site http://www.subradar.no bietet

“High quality downloads, articles, interviews and videos.
 Subradar is an artist friendly website dedicated to free-jazz, noise, improvised and contemporary music. Subradar has been developed in close collaboration with musicians and record labels and is a non-profit organization run by artists.”

Man kann stöbern, lesen, hören kaufen, wenn man will/kann. Darauf aufmerksam machte mich der norwegische saxophonist Klaus Holm aus Trondheim. Er gehört zu den organisatoren dieser gut ausgestatteten und gestalteten subradarstation.
-Henning Bolte

English (google translate..):

Tromsø (pronounced Trumsö) rather just to the north in Norway in the North Sea, has a record store, SUBRADAR, for special, offbeat, brilliant, crazy and what else is out there so of music that many find no music.

It has become one platform, which is operated by musicians themselves and where you can find music from not only this art, but above all in different formats carrier of higher quality. So a little something like an extension of Bugge Wesseltoft Gube Music in the subradarische climes. The site offers http://www.subradar.no

"High quality downloads, articles, interviews and videos. Subradar is an artist friendly website dedicated to free-jazz, noise, improvised and contemporary music. Subradar HAS BEEN developed in close collaboration with musicians and record labels and is a non-profit organization run by artists. "

You can browse, read, buy listen, if you want / can. Attention made me the Norwegian saxophonist Klaus Holm from Trondheim. He is one of the organizers of this well-appointed and designed subradarstation.
-Henning Bolte