LINDSTRØM & CHRISTABELLE: Real Life Is No Cool (Smalltown Supersound) / PRINS THOMAS: Prins Thomas (Full Pupp)

themilkman on Mar 25th 2010 01:25 am

Lindstrøm & Christabelle: Real Life Is No Cool Prins Thomas: Prins Thomas

Real Life Is No Cool
Smalltown Supersound 2010
10 Tracks. 47mins24secs

Prins Thomas
Full Pupp 2010
07 Tracks. 60mins04secs

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PRINS THOMAS: Prins Thomas
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Norway is officially the coolest place on Earth. Sweeping statement? Perhaps, but, beside counting one of the most active metal scenes around, the country continues to produce some of the best and most forward thinking musicians in fields as diverse as jazz, noise or electronic music, with experimentation as a common theme to most. In the last few years, Norway has also been at the forefront of a revitalised disco scene, spearheaded by Hans-Peter Lindstrøm on one side and Prins Thomas on the other. Not that there is any kind of rivalry in their respective endeavours, the pair having collaborated since 2003 and produced a number of EPs and two albums. Continue Reading »

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LINDSTRØM: Where You Go I Go Too (Smalltown Supersound)

themilkman on Aug 13th 2008 12:38 am

Lindstrøm: Where You Go I Go Too

Where You Go I Go Too
Smalltown Supersound/Feedility 2008
03 Tracks. 55mins06secs

Hans-Peter Lindstrøm is pictured with an ear-to-ear grin on the cover of his first proper album, and on the strength of it, he has every reason to considering he has just produced the most ecstatic, uplifting and bloody perfect electronic record in years. End of.

Lindstrøm has been making serious waves all the way down from his native Norway to the coolest dance floors in Europe and beyond for some time now with his highly personal take on classic disco, fed on big dollops of Giorgio Moroder and Cerrone and seasoned with warm analogue electronics a la Ash Ra Tempel/Klaus Schulze. Lindstrøm’s first foray into the music scene dates back to 2003, and since, he has released a number of EPs, which were compiled into an album, It’s A Feedelity Affair, in 2006, an album with Prins Thomas in 2005, and has also been spotted remixing anyone from LCD Soundsystem to The Killers. Continue Reading »

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