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ALBUM REVIEW: Susanna – ‘Baudelaire & Piano’: recasting the poet in solo dusk

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Album Review: Stina Stjern – Kap Herschell

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Film Review: The last King (Birkebeinerne; Norway)

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Norwegian superstar Sigrid took to the 3arena Dublin to play her last show of 2022 with support from Lea Heart and Skaar. See the setlist and gallery below!

Inferno Festival 2023 unleash Emperor, Watain, Wayfarer, Ruun Inferno Festival 2023 just got a whole lot bigger and juicier with the latest announcement of the mighty Emperor, Swedish Watain and more.  Emperor The masters of Norwegian Black Metal, Emperor, will bring a very special gig to Inferno 2023 so strap yourself in and make sure …

The announcements keep coming and Inferno Metal festival just gets stronger and stronger. Another huge announcement for the Norwegian heavyweight and a triple whammy of epic proportions, namely in the form of Crowbar, Vemod and Gaerea Crowbar Anyone with at least a passing interest, or even just an ounce curiosity in the heavier side of …

The monstrous announcements keep coming thick and fast for the titanic Norwegian extreme music festival, Inferno Metal Festival 2023  Unleashed, Ingested and Stormruler to Inferno 2023.  Unleashed Founders of the Swedish death Metal scene, albeit with a few orthers, Unleashed are returning after a 12 year Inferno hiatus and they are bringing old school brutal …

The magnificent Inferno Festival, a jewel in Oslo’s crown when it comes to black metal, death metal and all that’s in between, will soon be upon us again. As we close the book on the summer festivals, we can really start to put all our efforts into preparing for Inferno and getting excited for what …

It’s been a long time coming (eight years to be exact) for Norwegian electronic duo Röyksopp, as they release their latest album, the transcendent and darkly captivating Profound Mysteries. The work features guest appearances from Alison Goldfrapp, Beki Mari, Pixx and Susanne Sundfør. As mysterious as it is engaging, the multimedia universe Royksopp have created …

The highly anticipated new album from Norwegian producer and singer Sea Change, ‘Mutual Dreaming’, is set for release this Friday through Shapes Recordings. Sea Change is the project of Norway’s Ellen A. W. Sunde. Since her debut album, 2015’s Breakage, Sunde’s sound has mutated from atmospheric dream-pop to shapeshifting electronica without a change to her …

Hailing from the rural Norwegian countryside is your new favourite neo-soul act, sassy 7-piece Fieh. Founded by front-woman Sofie Tollefsbøl, Fieh received early support for 2017 debut single Glu, earning props from many industry tastemakers before bagging a hallowed spot on the FIFA 20 soundtrack. Debut album Cold Water Burning Skin came along in 2019 …

With new album ‘Mutual Dreaming’ set for release next month via Shapes Recordings, Norwegian producer and singer Sea Change shares the latest single from the record, the hallucinogenic electronica of Is There Anybody There. Of the track, Sea Change says it “came from a very lonely place – it was in the middle of the …

Drott is comprised of Arve Isdal (Enslaved), Ivar Thormodsæter (Ulver) and Matias Monsen and hails from Bergen in the west coast of Norway. With their varied musical background ranging from metal and jazz to classical music, the band have created their own genre which can only be described as Drott. Inspired by forces of nature, …