“Oslo based trio Kanaan quickly established themselves as one of the most important groups in the youngest generation of psychedelic impro-rockers. As accomplished players – all three educated in jazz – they marry fiery energy with musical intricacy, and possess a rare ability to balance power and delicateness. They devote as much energy to exploring airiness and atmosphere as they do to intensity…”
Odense Sessions (2020)
Invisible Airships (2018)
“Amgala Temple is the sound of three musical forces combined. The result is an overwhelming clash of spontaneity and control, improvisation and clairvoyance – all meshed together in a quest to make something radiant…”
“Black Moon Circle is dedicated to dark psychedelic space rock, driven by a disposition towards prolonged jams…”
The Studio Jams Vol 1 Yellow Nebula in the Sky (2015)
The Studio Jams Vol II Serpent (2016)
Flowing into the 3rd Dimension (2017)
Wind and Friends (2011)
Norwegian band that fuse improvised jazz with improvised psychedelic rock. Think John Coltrane meets Amon Duul in intense LSD jam.
Groovy progressive rock jams with Jethro Tull style flute by obscure Norwegian band Hades.
Cm Jam (1974)
Obscure 70s norwegian band releasing all their energy in spontaneous psychedelic jam with stream of consciousness intensity.
“Elephant9 is a Norwegian jazz/prog rock band. Their music sounds like a modern take on 70’s prog and hard rock, with clear influences from Miles Davis. Their live shows are said to be stunning. Classic Hammond driven prog fusion and great big real deal analogue instrumental pieces on a direct line from somewhere in 1974. Flowing jazz flavoured progressive rock pieces that feel like well considered structured focused jams. Well focused is a relative term, they’re not afraid of a long piece (or two) of healthy prog rock self indulgence, a self assured style, tight accomplished musicians who just let it all naturally flow rather then feeling any kind of need to show off how good they are. Thrilling ride through the glories of organ driven 70’s sounding jazzy prog rock, bits of funk, Deep Purple sounding hard rock jams, and more notes that you can reasonable expect to be coming at you none stop in such a gloriously good way…”
Walk the Nile (2010)
Live at the BBC (2011)
“Bushman’s Revenge aims to combine the jazz/improv background of the rhythm section with the rock/metal background of the guitarist to create their own expressive music inspired just as much by Black Sabbath and Jimi Hendrix as by Ornette Coleman and Albert Ayler…”
You Lost Me at Hello (2009)
A Little Bit of Big Bonanza (2012)