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Albums by Møster!

Label: Hubro
Quality: FLAC 16 bits 44.1kHz
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Descending into this crater 1: Poutania… Descending into this crater 1: Poutanian Debate 5:25    
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Track length:5:25
Artist: Møster!
Composer: Jørgen Træen,Kenneth Kapstad,Nikolai Eilertsen,Hans Magnus Ryan,Kjetil Møster
ISRC: NOFGH1448010
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Descending into this crater 2: Central … Descending into this crater 2: Central Sunrise 3:09    
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Track length:3:09
Artist: Møster!
Composer: Jørgen Træen,Kenneth Kapstad,Nikolai Eilertsen,Hans Magnus Ryan,Kjetil Møster
ISRC: NOFGH1448020
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Descending into this crater 3: Magma Mo… Descending into this crater 3: Magma Movement 5:15    
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Track length:5:15
Artist: Møster!
Composer: Jørgen Træen,Kenneth Kapstad,Nikolai Eilertsen,Hans Magnus Ryan,Kjetil Møster
ISRC: NOFGH1448030
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Descending into this crater 4: Mount Ve… Descending into this crater 4: Mount Vesuvio 6:03    
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Track length:6:03
Artist: Møster!
Composer: Jørgen Træen,Kenneth Kapstad,Nikolai Eilertsen,Hans Magnus Ryan,Kjetil Møster
ISRC: NOFGH1448040
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Tearatorn Tearatorn 14:12    
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Track length:14:12
Artist: Møster!
Composer: Kjetil Møster
ISRC: NOFGH1448050
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Underworld Risk Underworld Risk 7:37    
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Track length:7:37
Artist: Møster!
Composer: Kenneth Kapstad,Nikolai Eilertsen,Hans Magnus Ryan,Kjetil Møster
ISRC: NOFGH1448060

After a hectic summer, touring the festivals with artists such as Röyksopp/Robyn, Lars Vaular, Datarock and Bushman’s Revenge, saxophonist and bandleader Kjetil Møster is now releasing album number two with Møster!, his favourite project. “Inner Earth” is an acerbic and inquisitive masterpiece that is in many ways a clear contrast to the band’s critically acclaimed first album.

This time he is joined by the legendary Hans Magnus “Snah” Ryan, guitarist/vocalist in Motorpsycho; Nikolai Hængsle Eilertsen, bass player in Elephan9 and BigBang; and the ubiquitous drummer Kenneth Kapstad, also from Motorpsycho and Grand General.

The band was formed in connection with a commission for the Kongsberg Jazz Festival in 2010, and released their first album, “Edvard Lygre Møster”, in March 2013 to unanimously glowing reviews. The album was listed among the top 5 debut albums as well as among the top 10 albums in New York City Jazz Records in 2013, and also achieved an impressive 6th place among the year’s albums in Prog Magazine.

The debut album “Edvard Lygre Møster” was a powerful, ecstasy-inducing live album, and according to Kjetil Møster this was the sound of a band that “found itself” on stage in front of an audience. “It was a lucky break that we could record it properly,” he says. With this follow-up the band are moving in another direction. “Inner Earth” was recorded with Jørgen Træen at Duper Studio in Bergen, a few storeys away from Kjetil Møster’s rehearsal room in the creative melting pot of Bergen Kjøtt. “As the title indicates, we’ve taken a major step over to the prog camp on the new album,” says Kjetil, although the jazz influence is not particularly difficult to identify this time, either. Where the debut album was extremely spontaneous, direct and fierce, this follow-up is a more searching, prog-influenced, psychedelic and slow-moving voyage, like riding on lava flowing to the earth’s core.

Personel

 

Snah - Guitars

Niko Eilertsen - Bass

Kenneth Kapstad - Drums

 

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