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Rune Grammofon must haves!

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Supersilent Vol.1-3
Supersilent Vol.1-3
"The album that started this awesome label off! 3 CD's of "death-jazz", hair raising improvisations. Still continues to challenge...."
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6
"Probably my favourite, more subtle and atmospheric than there earlier material and shows the collective coming into a new phase."
Miniatures
Miniatures
"Light and chirppy electronica for this nordic duo, utilising everything from field recordings to childrens toys to create a busy and dense album."
Last Supper
Last Supper
"A quartet containing Ian Bellamy and Arve Henriksen. Food are another group focusing on the more ambient terrain of improvised jazz...."
Veggie
Veggie
"Thre first release for Rune. Lacks the power of Last Supper, but still worthwhile."
Chiaroscuro
Chiaroscuro
"A stellar work of warmth and beauty. Containing both Arve's unusual and beautiful approach to singing and trumpet. Essential!"
Oak Or Rock
Oak Or Rock
"Espen from Alog's solo venture. Shares some similarities with Alog, all though this work is more rooted in the ambient/glitch electronic sound."
Genetic Engineering
Genetic Engineering
"More highly original electronic minimalism, which has gained favourable comparisons to Biosphere...."
Biomekano
Biomekano
"As well as this duo's offering for the label. More Geir Jessen worship, although some much more. Glitch-tastic!"
Bris
Bris
"Using the native nordic Hardinger Fiddle, Okland creates dense and lush atmospheric landscapes via the use of this instrument. Totally absorbing!"
Humcrush
Humcrush
"Interesting synth/drum duo. At times hard work, but well worth it."
Fevergreens
Fevergreens
"Not quite sure what to make of this... really kitsch in places, but has some great tracks on there."
Scorch Trio
Scorch Trio
"Two thirds of Garage-Improv juggernauts The Thing mixing it up free-jazz style with guitarist Bjorkenheim."
Deathprod: Morals and Dogma/Treetop Drive/Imaginary Songs from Tristan Da Cunha/Reference Frequencies
Deathprod: Morals and Dogma/Treetop Drive/Imaginary Songs from Tristan Da Cunha/Reference Frequencies
"My favourite offering from the label and a must for any 'Dark Ambient' fans. Pitch black drones spanning over 4 CD's, in perhaps an examination of death itself and our fear of it. Monumental!"
In the Kingdom of Kitsch You Will Be a Monster
In the Kingdom of Kitsch You Will Be a Monster
"Doom-Jazz-Classical-Drone-Metal-Rock anyone??"