SKUMC02 Ingen Potetsekk Whatsoever Released 06.04.15 - 100 copies

SKUMC02
Ingen Potetsekk Whatsoever
Released 06.04.15 - 100 copies

Gaute Granli - Ingen Potetsekk Whatsoever

"free drum stuttering guitar plucks in the distant back alleys of abandoned space colonies – alien creatures grumbling encrypted signals of distant horror and creeping subtleties. ancient spirits forgotten amidst the ominous alarm crunch shrill in the ether. no semblance to reality whatsoever"

-Abacus Finch (KFJC 89.7)

Granli's second solo tape is a selection of lo-fi cuts taken from various recording sessions through out the last half of 2014. As a result the tracks move in many individual directions with a wider array of sounds including drum-kit, more analogue synthesizer, twangier guitars, and it's even in stereo!

Reviews:

Cassette Gods
Vital Weekly
The Sound Projector

 

Freddy The Dyke LP

Following the split tape with Blodsprut, this is the first full length LP from Stavanger-duo Freddy The Dyke. The album is a natural continuation of the material from the tape digging deeper into their industrial hard core futuristic sound, still bearing influences from both tribal music and 90's electronica. The LP runs 30 minutes and is mixed by Anders Hana. It is enclosed in a beautiful 4colour Drid Machine-silkscreened sleeve with design by Yasutoshi Yoshida.
 

 

Skadne Krek LP

A debut record on which this quartet introduce a contemporary blend of prog, electronica and rock with disregard for any tradition. Skadne Krek's music is based on grooves, estral bass guitar and home made samples.

 
SKULP02 Freddy The Dyke LP Released 14.05.14 - 250 copies

SKULP02
Freddy The Dyke LP
Released 14.05.14 - 250 copies

 
SKULP01 Skadne Krek LP released: 08.03.2013 - 250 copies

SKULP01
Skadne Krek LP
released: 08.03.2013 - 250 copies

Gaute Granli - Velkommen Til Forus

"I think, in fact I am sure, Granli plays guitar and has a bunch of electronics at his disposal. He strums, hits, bangs, fires the guitar around, mildly distorted, and adds electronics where necessary, but somehow it always manages to sound like a guitar. Sometimes it's very loud, in the sense of good ol' noise/power electronics, but the free range of his playing takes the matter at hand to a more quieter land occasionally. Gaute Granli is a fine improvisers on the guitar, and I was thinking: why would you want to do this solo and not part of some sort of band?"

 

Vital Weekly issue 896

http://www.vitalweekly.net/896.htm

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SKUMC01 Velkommen Til Forus Released 06.08.2013 - 50 copies

SKUMC01
Velkommen Til Forus
Released 06.08.2013 - 50 copies