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With a discography of both contemporary and improvised music, Beligan pianist residing in Norway Jonas Cambien Platform, Karokh joins forces with Norwegian double bassist Adrian Myhr Delius, Dorner, Buck for an album that balances concentrative and muscular interplay, influenced by Cambien's piano preparations and Myhr's sophisticated techniques.
He has also released albums within Platform Vafongool and Karokh Loyal Label , No Forevers , with whom he performs regularly in Norway and abroad. Jonas Cambien is known for using prepared piano and extended techniques as well as analog synthesizers and electronics in his music.
Adrian Fiskum Myhr is a bassist double bass and electric bass from Trondheim, Norway, now living in Oslo. Active in the improvised music scene in Norway, Adrian has performed across Europe as well as in Chile and Japan. Adrian is focusing on the big sound repertoire of the bass and works continuously on extending this vocabulary with various strategies, through preperations and different bowing techniques.
A member of the chamber music ensemble Aksiom, Cambien can develop tachycardic and jumping lines like the ones we heard from Thelonious Monk and Cecil Taylor with the same naturality he takes us to the intrincate universes of Ligeti and Messiaen. And if his hands seem to melt over the keyboard, the moving preparations he proceeds when dealing directly with the guts of the piano are no less intriguing than the ones proposed by Benoit Delbecq or Denman Maroney.
Myhr has a similar relationship with his instrument, using it as a laboratory of investigation, without forgetting its history outside the orchestral format. Listening to their respective performances with the bands Platform and Karokh Cambien andwith music explorers like Tobias Delius, Axel Dorner and Tony Buck Myhr makes us understand - even before clicking in the Play bottom which drops us inside "Simiskina" - the motives for this encounter. Free improvised music few times seemed so focused, so clean of superfluous elements and so exquisite than in these selection of pieces.