Arve Henriksen & Kjetil Husebø – Sequential Stream
New album release (vinyl + digital). Debut album collaboration with the brilliant Norwegian musician and composer Arve Henriksen.
Label: Smalltown Supersound
Arve Henriksen: Trumpet, Synthesizers, Vocal, Electronics. Edits.
Kjetil Husebø: Grand Piano, Synthesizers, Samplers, Live Sampling, Electronics. Edits.
Composed and produced by Arve Henriksen & Kjetil Husebø.
Recorded and mixed by Kjetil Husebø (Grandis Studios, Oslo, Norway) & Arve Henriksen (Mölnlycke, Sweden).
Grand piano on Syntax recorded by Audun Kleive (Audio Pool, Skien, Norway). Mixed by Reidar Skår (Oslo, Norway). Grand piano on Seeding recorded by Mike Hartung (Propeller Music Division, Oslo). Mixed by Reidar Skår (Oslo).
Mastered by Helge Sten (Audio Virus Lab, Oslo). Cut by SST.
Artwork/design by Kim Hiorthøy.
Purchase vinyl and digital files via Boomkat
Featured in Jazznytt Magazine
Kjetil Husebø – Live at Nasjonal Jazzscene
My first live album! Purchase and listen now!
New solo album – Live at Nasjonal Jazzscene – due for release October 9th 2020.
Kjetil Husebø: Steinway C Grand Piano. Live sampling & Live Electronics.
Recorded at Nasjonal Jazzscene (The National Jazz Scene, Victoria) /
Tape to Zero festival on April 22, 2016, Oslo.
Engineer: Johnny Skalleberg.
Mixed by: Kjetil Husebø, Oslo.
Mastered by: Helge Sten, Audio Virus Lab, Oslo.
Cover design: Lucas Dietrich, Berlin.
Photo: Ruben Olsen Lærk.
Cat. no: OSP008.
Format: CD digipack, digital files.
Distribution: Musikkoperatørene (Norway) / Phonofile (digital – worldwide) / Forced Exposure (U.S) / Discovery Records (U.K) / Galileo (Germany).
New Concert Video – Live at Kampenjazz 15.9.2019
Live performance of the Piano Transformed project.
Grand Piano, Live Sampling & Electronics.
Kjetil Husebø – Live at Kampenjazz / Nordic Black Theatre & Cafeteatret (Oslo) September 15th 2019. Multi camera production by Odd Geir Sæther / Lighthouse Productions.
3 Quarks Daily about Piano Transformed
Check out this article about Post-Piano:
“While electronics can completely dominate the production of sound, creating performances that no human could possibly manage on their own, some musicians are using technology to augment their playing. Consider Norwegian pianist Kjetil Husebø’s ‘Piano Transformed,’ from the eponymous 2017 album. Husebø plays the piano but its sounds are then fed into electronics that heavily process the source material, creating a sort of diaphanous context that is at once part of and completely independent of the more conventional sounds to which we are accustomed.” Misha Lepetic, 3 Quarks Daily
JAZZCD.no 8th Edition
I am proud that the song “Circle” from my album Piano Transformed (2017) has been chosen to be part of the compilation album JAZZCD.no 8th Edition.
Snippets of the Norwegian jazz scene today, produced by Norsk jazzforum in close cooperation with Utenriksdepartementet (Norge) (The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Music Norway, and distributed by Norsk jazzforum and through Norwegian embassies and consulate generals all over the world. Available from January 2018.
Official music video: Kjetil Husebø – Piano Transformed (2017)
Reviews – Kjetil Husebø – Piano Transformed
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