Nood

Nood is a project by Ulf Knudsen and Per Platou, based in Oslo, Norway. It is all about groovy and eclectic sound exchange over the internet, with the additional and very necessary overdubs and mix of acoustic sounds in physical space - e.g. guitar, accordeon, indian pump organ, dictaphone, Fender Rhodes, Korg MS-20, vibraphone, realaudio, sitar, shaker, beer bottles and rolling paper. Nood has released two full-lenght CDs entitled "Hettylettynetty" (1996) and "Shaped like a taco" (2000). All songs are copylefted, and can be downloaded from the homepage at www.liveart.org.

Japanese for travellers

Japanese online language course, 1996 style, with some great live detuned acoustic piano by Cyberpope. Everything 8bit, 11khz.

[ tags: lofi eno japanese ] [ genres: lo fi pop ] [ info: mp3 ccbysa2.0 ]

Chardonnay Says

Sad and lonely Fred, deep down in a bottle of wine, memorizing one of those great chat sessions at Res Rocket Surfer moo. Bob Dylan, mac style.

[ tags: guitar pop speech ] [ genres: pop *none* ] [ info: mp3 ccbysa2.0 ]

Clari.net

The one and only Fabio Martini on clarinet, disco rock with long ambient break.

[ tags: disco rock clarinet ] [ genres: disco rock ] [ info: mp3 ccbysa2.0 ]

Urban Latvian Stomp

Monumental jazzy baltic style choir groove.

[ tags: jazz choir pop disco rock ] [ genres: jazz groove ] [ info: mp3 ccbysa2.0 ]

Ramadan

Allahu akbar. Dark, spiritual groove meditation, arabic trip hop, Oslo style.

[ tags: arabic triphop ] [ genres: trip hop world ] [ info: mp3 ccbysa2.0 ]

Nood is a project by Ulf Knudsen and Per Platou, based in Oslo, Norway. It is all about groovy and eclectic sound exchange over the internet, with the additional and very necessary overdubs and mix of acoustic sounds in physical space - e.g. guitar, accordion, indian pump organ, dictaphone, Fender Rhodes, Korg MS-20, vibraphone, realaudio, sitar, shaker, beer bottles and rolling paper. Nood has released two full-length CDs entitled "Hettylettynetty" (1996) and "Shaped like a taco" (2000). All songs are copylefted, and can be downloaded from the homepage at www.liveart.org.


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