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Pip. (Rasten / Larsen): Pip. (Creative Sources)

"On "Pip", we get another fabulous performance, now by Norwegians Fredrik Rasten on guitar and Torstein Lavik Larsen on trumpet. Their acoustic music is minimal, repetitive, slow and with an eery intensity. It is less dark than some of...
 

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UPC: 5609063403480

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs348
Squidco Product Code: 23866

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2016
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded in Kampen Church, Oslo, Norway, on September 17th and 18th 2015, by Magnus Skavhaug Nergaard.


Personnel:

Fredrik Rasten-guitar

Torstein Lavik Larsen-trumpet

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track listing:


1. Sending 3:10

2. Pause 4:32

3. Park 10:10

4. Habitat 3:28

5. Fly 3:32

6. Signal 4:41

7. Land 3:04
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"On "Pip", we get another fabulous performance, now by Norwegians Fredrik Rasten on guitar and Torstein Lavik Larsen on trumpet. Their acoustic music is minimal, repetitive, slow and with an eery intensity. It is less dark than some of the other albums, with Lavik Larsen's trumpet once in a while, as on "Park", even giving joyful phrases somewhat reminiscent of Rob Mazurek, yet these are more contrasts that do not change the overall tone of inevitability, doom and agony that permeates the music. Dissonance is searched for at other times, as in the weird "Habitat", sounding like animals screeching in the bush, more in distress than enjoying nature. It isn't cheerful music, but the simple quality of the compositions/improvisations and the control in the delivery are absolutely excellent. It's amazing what you can do with two acoustic instruments. That by itself is part of the listening experience."-Stef, Free Jazz Collective


 
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