Brilliance at Øya festival 2015

Brilliance at Øya festival 2015

Intertwine – ‘We Are Fools For Singing This Song’ out now

Intertwine – ‘We Are Fools For Singing This Song’ out now

New signing: Slaughter Beach

New signing: Slaughter Beach

New imprint!

New imprint!

Boska – Cascades EP

Boska – Cascades EP

Closing Eyes – Melodies for the Contemporary Mind ute nå!

Closing Eyes – Melodies for the Contemporary Mind ute nå!

Brilliance at Øya festival 2015

August 6, 2015

We are proud to present many brilliant acts during this year´s Øya festival in Oslo. We will be around at the site, shout out if you want to say hello!

Tuesday:
Diamond Club presents KLUBBØYA at Tilt (Rockefeller building):
19:00 Awill
20:00 Obijan
21:00 Hester V75
22:00 HAGE

Wednesday:
Balsa Wood presents at Dattera Til Hagen:
00:00 Foreground Set
00:30 Niilas
01:30 Skatebård
02:00 Boska

Saturday:
Brilliance presents ØYANATT on Internasjonalen:
23:30 Intertwine
00:30 Slaughter Beach

ON IT PR presents:
Tuesday:
19:00 $ushi X Kobe + Yoguttene @ Parkteatret

Thursday:
15:00 Silja Sol @ Vindfruen
16:35 Run The Jewels @ Vindfruen
23:00 $ushi X Kobe + Yoguttene @ ØYANATT: Vulkan Arena

Friday:
14:15 Amason @ Amfiet
15:50 Laura Marling @ Amfiet

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First single from Intertwine´s debut album ‘Goraikoo’ out now

June 26, 2015

Intertwine is the musical brainchild of Norwegian artist and architect Tarjei Zakarias Ekelund. ‘We Are Fools For Singing This Song”, first single from his debut album ‘Goraikoo’ is now out on all digital platforms worldwide.

‘Goraikoo” is scheduled for release November 6th on Brilliance Records. “Goraikoo” means “coming of the light” in Japanese. It is a word referring to a very specific sunrise – namely the one seen from Mount Fuji. It is an old Japanese custom to climb the old volcano’s 3 776 meters at night. Upon reaching the top, the Japanese sit down to wait for the sunrise. The dark night is slowly torn apart by a spectacular blood red horizon, and finally, by the sun itself. This is goraikoo.

The record was largely written while Tarjei lived and studied in Tokyo, and as the title indicates, it is the end of a long walk in the dark. It is an introverted and personal record, about loneliness and longing. Not the result of a strong vision, but rather a collection of fumbling footprints.

The record is located somewhere between pop and ambient. Its floating soundscape is largely produced by a rusty old cornet which Tarjei’s father, Bjørn, found amid the trash of a local marching band, many years ago. The ten tracks were recorded, mixed and produced by Tarjei in collaboration with band members Aleksander Berg and Ruben Nesse in a small cabin by the beach, just outside Larvik, Norway. They distilled countless of sketches and ideas into ten songs that felt related by a kind of darkness: That kind of darkness that fills the air right before the sunrise.

Links:
http://intertwine.no
https://www.facebook.com/intertwinemusikk

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