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Espen Jensen & Kjetil D Brandsdal // Org LP

Espen Jensen & Kjetil D Brandsdal // Org LP

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Norwegian drone writers Espen Jensen and Kjetil D Brandsdal have reissued the record on Smalltown Supersound in May 2023 (originally released in 5).

Contains 3 songs from minimal drones to ambient drones by guitar.

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

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

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12" black vinyl. Part of Smalltown Supersound's Le Jazz Non-series. Edition of 300. Originally released in 1996 - first-time reissue. 

Tracklist:

  1. 001            18:20
  2. 002            10:07
  3. 003            11:41

Text excerpt via Boomkat (distribution):

First ever reissue of an influential and much sought-after norsk drone masterpiece originally self-released in 1996 in an edition of just 108 copies, tipped by all the people you ought to be taking tips from, most notably Jim O'Rourke and Oren Ambarchi Deeper than deep, it's a durational masterwork that connects ley lines between Ramleh, Stephen O'Malley, My Bloody Valentine, Deathprod, When and Antena, taking unexpected turns and sounding better than ever on this new edition, mastered by Lasse Marhaug and finally available for wider public consumption. 

Selected by Jim O'Rourke for his Tone Glow list of 25 albums that “never got their due”, Org was founded in the early 90's by Espen Jensen and Kjetil D Brandsdal who would later go on to variously record as Elektrodiesel, Noxagt and Ultralyd in the swirl of the highly active Norwegian underground. “Org” was the only album the pair recorded as a duo, pressed in a meagre edition of just over 100 copies which disappeared almost as soon as they were made, lodged in the memory of the select few who have managed to hear it in the years since...

 

...'Org' sits heavy on the nerves with overproof levels of mulched amp worship and ungodly, palms-down organ chords and wheezing, bezonked lines of melodic thought. 25 years out of sight and marinading in the archives, with the benefit of hindsight we can better understand the role these sounds played in the development of music in the contemporary sphere. It's an important piece of the puzzle, one that makes valuable connections that, over time, have looked progressively more faint."

Artist: Org

Label: Label: Smalltown supersound

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Norwegian drone writers Espen Jensen and Kjetil D Brandsdal have reissued the record on Smalltown Supersound in May 2023 (originally released in 5).

Contains 3 songs from minimal drones to ambient drones by guitar.

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

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

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12" black vinyl. Part of Smalltown Supersound's Le Jazz Non-series. Edition of 300. Originally released in 1996 - first-time reissue. 

Tracklist:

  1. 001            18:20
  2. 002            10:07
  3. 003            11:41

Text excerpt via Boomkat (distribution):

First ever reissue of an influential and much sought-after norsk drone masterpiece originally self-released in 1996 in an edition of just 108 copies, tipped by all the people you ought to be taking tips from, most notably Jim O'Rourke and Oren Ambarchi Deeper than deep, it's a durational masterwork that connects ley lines between Ramleh, Stephen O'Malley, My Bloody Valentine, Deathprod, When and Antena, taking unexpected turns and sounding better than ever on this new edition, mastered by Lasse Marhaug and finally available for wider public consumption. 

Selected by Jim O'Rourke for his Tone Glow list of 25 albums that “never got their due”, Org was founded in the early 90's by Espen Jensen and Kjetil D Brandsdal who would later go on to variously record as Elektrodiesel, Noxagt and Ultralyd in the swirl of the highly active Norwegian underground. “Org” was the only album the pair recorded as a duo, pressed in a meagre edition of just over 100 copies which disappeared almost as soon as they were made, lodged in the memory of the select few who have managed to hear it in the years since...

 

...'Org' sits heavy on the nerves with overproof levels of mulched amp worship and ungodly, palms-down organ chords and wheezing, bezonked lines of melodic thought. 25 years out of sight and marinading in the archives, with the benefit of hindsight we can better understand the role these sounds played in the development of music in the contemporary sphere. It's an important piece of the puzzle, one that makes valuable connections that, over time, have looked progressively more faint."

Artist: Org

Label: Label: Smalltown supersound