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Trym Søvdsnes // Trym Søvdsnes LP

Trym Søvdsnes // Trym Søvdsnes LP

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Leftfield dance writer Trym Søvdsnes from Bergen, Norway, in June 2023 by Smalltown Supersound, NorwayThis is a review record released from the Le Jazz Non series.

Includes 4 songs from dub techno to leftfield acid house, 38 minutes.

*If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Trym Søvdsnes is a relative newcomer to the scene, but has been working in and around Bergen for years. He was a resident at Bergen's infamous Café Opera and is the eye of local house legend Bjorn Toske. The two soon began DJing, producing and performing together.Running a monthly radio show, Pigs in Space, the duo explored the depths of their vast record collection for six hours at a time.
Søvdsnes' self-titled debut album, Søvdsnes, is guided by this lust for the abysmal weirdness.Weaving together dub techno, hardswing house and percussive club music, this album is a departure from the established style. Perfect for the Le Jazz Non series.
Gølles Dans opens with a filtered acid bassline and bony, dry kicks, like a psychedelic slowdown to Basic Channel's "Enforcement," before cutting through the groove with bony acoustic percussion that pulls you out of the basement. .On "Døgnrytmen," the producer leans towards asymmetry, entwining 303 squelch with Berghain's boomy kicks and tight snares, layering ticking percussion into a looping spiral to boost its psychedelic potential.if youIf you've ever heard Dozzy's lengthy set, this is the raw gear he's likely playing an hour before sunrise.
The 'Ordnings Mix' is even weirder, throwing chapped bleep/rave stabs into a jazzy hybrid like Bossa's Meltdown.
On "Cowboy Acid (Solstikk Dub)," the kick drum is stripped down to the faintest knock, giving it a twisted sound like a metro-area disco ball. "

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Smalltown Supersound releases available at Tobira.

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Ask us for digital files. 12" black vinyl. Edition of 300.

"Trym Søvdsnes is a relative newcomer to the scene, but he's been putting in work in and around Bergen for years, scoring a residency at the infamous Café Opera, where he snagged the attention of local house legend Bjørn Torske. Soon, the duo were DJing, producing and performing together,
eventually running the monthly radio show Pigs in Space where they would go head-to-head for six hours at a time, plumbing the depths of their immense record collections.
It's this lust for bottom-of-the-crate oddities that guides Søvdsnes' self-titled debut album, a concoction of dub techno, hard-swung house and percussive club music that positions itself a few paces away from any conventional modes., a perfect fit for Le Jazz Non.
'Gølles Dans' opens with a filtered acid bassline and bone dry kick that's like some psychedelic, slower variant of Basic Channel's 'Enforcement', slicing into the groove with gristly acoustic percussion that drags it up from the basement. 'Døgnrytmen', wrangling 303 squelches with booming Berghain kicks and tight snares, enhancing the psychedelic potential by layering ticking percussion into loopy spirals.
extended Dozzy set, this is the kind of ruff-edged gear he would likely play an hour before sunrise.
'Ordnings Mix' is weirder still, slopping chirpy bleep/rave stabs into a jazzy hybrid that sounds like a bossa meltdown.
Søvdsnes saves his most cosmic mettle for last, on 'Cowboy Acid (Solstikk Dub)' he strips the kickdrum to a faint knock, before building up into a sort of screwed Metro Area mirrorball that sounds brilliantly out of time."

Tracklist:

A1 Golles Dans
A2 Dognrytmen
B1 Ordning Mix
B2 Cowboy Acid (Solstik Dub) 

Artist : Trym Søvdsnes 

Label : Smalltown Supersound

Leftfield dance writer Trym Søvdsnes from Bergen, Norway, in June 2023 by Smalltown Supersound, NorwayThis is a review record released from the Le Jazz Non series.

Includes 4 songs from dub techno to leftfield acid house, 38 minutes.

*If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Trym Søvdsnes is a relative newcomer to the scene, but has been working in and around Bergen for years. He was a resident at Bergen's infamous Café Opera and is the eye of local house legend Bjorn Toske. The two soon began DJing, producing and performing together.Running a monthly radio show, Pigs in Space, the duo explored the depths of their vast record collection for six hours at a time.
Søvdsnes' self-titled debut album, Søvdsnes, is guided by this lust for the abysmal weirdness.Weaving together dub techno, hardswing house and percussive club music, this album is a departure from the established style. Perfect for the Le Jazz Non series.
Gølles Dans opens with a filtered acid bassline and bony, dry kicks, like a psychedelic slowdown to Basic Channel's "Enforcement," before cutting through the groove with bony acoustic percussion that pulls you out of the basement. .On "Døgnrytmen," the producer leans towards asymmetry, entwining 303 squelch with Berghain's boomy kicks and tight snares, layering ticking percussion into a looping spiral to boost its psychedelic potential.if youIf you've ever heard Dozzy's lengthy set, this is the raw gear he's likely playing an hour before sunrise.
The 'Ordnings Mix' is even weirder, throwing chapped bleep/rave stabs into a jazzy hybrid like Bossa's Meltdown.
On "Cowboy Acid (Solstikk Dub)," the kick drum is stripped down to the faintest knock, giving it a twisted sound like a metro-area disco ball. "

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Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Smalltown Supersound releases available at Tobira.

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Ask us for digital files. 12" black vinyl. Edition of 300.

"Trym Søvdsnes is a relative newcomer to the scene, but he's been putting in work in and around Bergen for years, scoring a residency at the infamous Café Opera, where he snagged the attention of local house legend Bjørn Torske. Soon, the duo were DJing, producing and performing together,
eventually running the monthly radio show Pigs in Space where they would go head-to-head for six hours at a time, plumbing the depths of their immense record collections.
It's this lust for bottom-of-the-crate oddities that guides Søvdsnes' self-titled debut album, a concoction of dub techno, hard-swung house and percussive club music that positions itself a few paces away from any conventional modes., a perfect fit for Le Jazz Non.
'Gølles Dans' opens with a filtered acid bassline and bone dry kick that's like some psychedelic, slower variant of Basic Channel's 'Enforcement', slicing into the groove with gristly acoustic percussion that drags it up from the basement. 'Døgnrytmen', wrangling 303 squelches with booming Berghain kicks and tight snares, enhancing the psychedelic potential by layering ticking percussion into loopy spirals.
extended Dozzy set, this is the kind of ruff-edged gear he would likely play an hour before sunrise.
'Ordnings Mix' is weirder still, slopping chirpy bleep/rave stabs into a jazzy hybrid that sounds like a bossa meltdown.
Søvdsnes saves his most cosmic mettle for last, on 'Cowboy Acid (Solstikk Dub)' he strips the kickdrum to a faint knock, before building up into a sort of screwed Metro Area mirrorball that sounds brilliantly out of time."

Tracklist:

A1 Golles Dans
A2 Dognrytmen
B1 Ordning Mix
B2 Cowboy Acid (Solstik Dub) 

Artist : Trym Søvdsnes 

Label : Smalltown Supersound