Swipe

Armadillo Music

Anders Lonne Gronseth and the band Multiverse launches their third album Outer View. The band has been described as "currently one of the Norway's most original, ambitious, advanced and complete bands" and "a quintet that in a riveting way combines controlled melodicity with a trembling desire for improvisation" (Jazzinorge. No). Multiverse has created it's own tonal language based on intuitive interaction, listening communication and musical openness. This is a jazz quintet that just as easily draws it's inspiration from classical modernism, Indian raga or maqam from the Middle East. "The whole quintet seems to be controlled by one common brain," said one reviewer. The music is performed with great improvisational freedom and close interaction between musicians who in their own way have proven to be strong representatives of the Nordic jazz of today.
Anders Lonne Gronseth and the band Multiverse launches their third album Outer View. The band has been described as "currently one of the Norway's most original, ambitious, advanced and complete bands" and "a quintet that in a riveting way combines controlled melodicity with a trembling desire for improvisation" (Jazzinorge. No). Multiverse has created it's own tonal language based on intuitive interaction, listening communication and musical openness. This is a jazz quintet that just as easily draws it's inspiration from classical modernism, Indian raga or maqam from the Middle East. "The whole quintet seems to be controlled by one common brain," said one reviewer. The music is performed with great improvisational freedom and close interaction between musicians who in their own way have proven to be strong representatives of the Nordic jazz of today.
7090052640203

More Info:

Anders Lonne Gronseth and the band Multiverse launches their third album Outer View. The band has been described as "currently one of the Norway's most original, ambitious, advanced and complete bands" and "a quintet that in a riveting way combines controlled melodicity with a trembling desire for improvisation" (Jazzinorge. No). Multiverse has created it's own tonal language based on intuitive interaction, listening communication and musical openness. This is a jazz quintet that just as easily draws it's inspiration from classical modernism, Indian raga or maqam from the Middle East. "The whole quintet seems to be controlled by one common brain," said one reviewer. The music is performed with great improvisational freedom and close interaction between musicians who in their own way have proven to be strong representatives of the Nordic jazz of today.
back to top