Kantarell

Performers Spunk

Rune Grammofon | June 30, 2009 | Compact Disc

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Spunk (Jazz): Maja Solveig K. Ratkje (vocals); Lene Grenager (cello); Kristin Andersen (trumpet); Hild Sofie Tafjord (horns).
Audio Mixers: Sjur Miljeteig; Peder Kjellsby; Peder Kjellsby; Sjur Miljeteig.
Spunk's fourth studio CD sees the all-female free improvising quartet charting more territory. KANTARELL may be a bit more electronic-sounding, although it depends on how you define electronics, and on what track you listen to. There are plenty of analog electronic manipulations of voice and French horn, at least, plus dirty home-made electronic noise amidst the strings, winds, raspy vocalizations, and miscellaneous small instruments that make up Spunk's arsenal. A track like "Antisolar Point" is messy, noisy, almost childish but so good-humored (and short) that it doesn't sound gimmicky. On the other hand, the ten-minute "Bipolarity" is a master class in group listening and graceful interaction. And "Quadralogue" goes the other way: four simultaneous monologues, a pile-up of solos where serendipity is left to take care of things, or so it seems.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 30, 2009

Genre: Free Jazz

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Rune Grammofon

UPC: 7033662020850

Found in: Free Jazz

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Kantarell

Performers Spunk

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 30, 2009

Genre: Free Jazz

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Rune Grammofon

UPC: 7033662020850


Title Track Time
1.Tremble --
2.Lake, The --
3.Bipolarity --
4.Quadralogue --
5.Antisolar Point --
6.Mosegrodd --
7.Ankomst --
8.Ute --
9.Eaten --

Editorial Notes

Spunk (Jazz): Maja Solveig K. Ratkje (vocals); Lene Grenager (cello); Kristin Andersen (trumpet); Hild Sofie Tafjord (horns).
Audio Mixers: Sjur Miljeteig; Peder Kjellsby; Peder Kjellsby; Sjur Miljeteig.
Spunk's fourth studio CD sees the all-female free improvising quartet charting more territory. KANTARELL may be a bit more electronic-sounding, although it depends on how you define electronics, and on what track you listen to. There are plenty of analog electronic manipulations of voice and French horn, at least, plus dirty home-made electronic noise amidst the strings, winds, raspy vocalizations, and miscellaneous small instruments that make up Spunk's arsenal. A track like "Antisolar Point" is messy, noisy, almost childish but so good-humored (and short) that it doesn't sound gimmicky. On the other hand, the ten-minute "Bipolarity" is a master class in group listening and graceful interaction. And "Quadralogue" goes the other way: four simultaneous monologues, a pile-up of solos where serendipity is left to take care of things, or so it seems.