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Have Wingsuit, Will Fly - Snah & Thomas Strønen

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  • Started 1 month ago by ThorEgil
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  1. ThorEgil

    It looks like the duo are putting on their wingsuits and preparing a short flight around to selected locations in Norway.

    2021-11-06 Støperiet, Tønsberg
    2021-11-07 Union scene, Drammen
    2021-11-15 Kafé Hærværk, Oslo
    2021-11-16 Kafé Hærværk, Oslo
    2021-11-17 Trykkeriet Scene, Trondheim
    2021-11-18 Nils Aas kunstverksted, Inderøy

    2022-01-28 Nasjonal Jazzscene, Oslo

    If you haven't heard their album 'Wingsuit Issue' already, it's about time.

    Posted 1 month ago #
  2. nicoot

    Has anyone seen one of those first two shows? Did they just play the 2 songs from their album?

    Posted 3 weeks ago #
  3. ThorEgil

    This is free impro / jazz / soundscapes - so I will expect something completely different.

    Posted 3 weeks ago #
  4. petterfe

    That's right. Nothing from the album played, as that was recorded five years ago and was totally improvised. So are these shows. The album is quite ambient, so expect something much heavier for these shows.

    Playing tonight at Kafé Hærverk in Oslo (last night was cancelled). Tickets are NOK 250, but if you bring your significant other or a good friend, we'll let him or her in for half price. So that's two tickets for NOK 375.

    Hope to see some of you psychonauts there. Welcome!

    Posted 2 weeks ago #
  5. ThorEgil

    For those who missed out - here are som pictures from Trykkeriet Scene.

    And for those southerners - there are plans for an international tour.

    Posted 1 week ago #
  6. Tomcat

    Uiuiui - sounds promising

    Curious: Did Hans use loops, or other effects he usually doesn't with motorpsycho ?

    Posted 1 week ago #
  7. ThorEgil

    Nothing particular effectwise as far as I could tell. It was maybe more about refraining from any melodies. Soundscapes, sometimes at Motorpsycho sound levels, and the intuitive interplay with Thomas.
    Hans said after the concert that this is much harder than playing with Motorpsycho. Having to stay 100% concentrated all the way and never knowing what comes next. With Motorpsy you have this safe framework with the band and the melodies. With Thomas there is nothing like that, you just have to be focused and ready for anything.
    But, as he said, he is taking this experience back to the band. So I guess we will expect even more jazz metal in the future. Even more extreme versions of K9.

    Posted 1 week ago #

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