Tag: Kjetil Møster

The End – Svårmod och vemod är värdesinnen

Sofia Jernberg – voice Mats Gustafsson – baritone & tenor saxophones, live electronics Kjetil Møster – baritone & tenor saxophones, electronics Anders Hana – baritone guitar Greg Saunier – drums and voice Svårmod Vemod Translated Slaughter Don’t Wait Rich and Poor Both Sides Out (43:43) RareNoise RNR097    The End begin with a warm bath…




Møster! – States of Minds

Kjetil Møster (saxophones, clarinet, electronics, percussion, drums) Hans Magnus Ryan (guitar, electronics) Jørgen Træen (modular synthesizer, lap steel guitar) Nikolai Hængsle Eilertsen (electric bass, electronics) Kenneth Kapstad (drums) Brainwave Entrainment Unhorsed by Chivalry Plate Sized Eyes Mystère Bow Shock Life Wobble Phantom Bandotron Sounds Like a Planet Mon Plaisir What a Flop Waking Up (82:31)…




The Best Jazz & Noise of 2015…?

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve posted 10 Daily Tunes on Facebook, slowly revealing the aJN top ten albums of 2015. Some things to bear in mind… This is, of course, a highly subjective list. The criteria were, a) what I liked, b) variety, c) there is no c), just a) and b), mainly…




7 Questions for… Kjetil Møster

Jazz and rock: from his work with the Coltrane-inspired The Core to recent collaboration with Hungarian avant-rockers Jü, Kjetil Møster has always a foot in both camps and with his own project Møster!, he treads that fine line between the two with ease, creating adventurous and unpredictable prog-jazz. Last year’s “Inner Earth” album comfortably made aJazzNoise’s…




Møster! – When You Cut Into The Present

Kjetil Møster (saxophones, percussion) Hans Magnus Ryan (guitar, percussion) Nikolai Hængsle Eilertsen (bass, percussion) Kenneth Kapstad (drums, percussion) Nebula and Red Giant Bandha The Future Leaks Out Journey Soundhouse Rumble Øra Studio, Trondheim March 20-23 2015 Hubro HUBROCD2565 On 2014’s “Inner Earth” (also on Hubro), Møster! descended into the volcano – this might well be…