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Various – Frijazz Mot Rasisme 2xLP

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Free jazz from various artist via Smalltown Supersound (album sampler from digital source, 1 min from each song)


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Artist: Various
Title: Frijazz Mot Rasisme
Format: 2x Vinyl 12″

Label: Smalltown Supersound
Cat nr: STSLJN385LP
Genre: Jazz/Free Jazz/Avant-garde jazz


A1 Marthe Lea Band Asura

A2 Andreas Hoem Røysum Og Kalle Moberg Live At Blowout

A3 Joel And The Never-ending Sextet Oslo (Excerpt)

A4 Veslemøy NarvesenAnja LauvdalEllie Mäkelä Blå Nilen

B1 Signe Emmeluth Untitled

B2 Sanskriti Shrestha & Andreas Wildhagen Eight Hands

B3 Deep Thoukus ZZSC

B4 Christian Winther* Bølgebryterstein

B5 Propan (2) Up There

C1 Dag Erik Knedal Andersen Galgeberg

C2 Tøyen Fil & Klafferi* Radiolaire

C3 Marianna Sangita Angeletaki Røe Maj Gol

C4 Inga Aas* The Transformation Of Silence Into Language And Action

D1 One Out Of Town Feat. Brian Sandstrom Sweet Home Christiania

D2 Agnes Hvizdalek

D3 Trio Generations (2) Unfolding (Excerpt)

D4 Henriette H. Eilertsen* Og Hans Kjorstad* Fola, Fola

D5 Gro AustgulenGaute GranliSimen Kiil HalvorsenJohn LiljaEduardo ScaramuzzaJens BorgeKristoffer Alberts* Primary Antibody


  • Copyright © – Smalltown Supersound
  • Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Smalltown Supersound
  • Produced For – Mikkis Recording Company
  • Recorded At – Flerbruket
  • Recorded At – Nasjonal Jazzscene
  • Recorded At – Kafé Hærverk, Oslo
  • Recorded At – Sentralen, Oslo
  • Recorded At – Blow Out Festival
  • Recorded At – Skarpretterboligen
  • Recorded At – Ultima Festival
  • Recorded At – Panalama Studio
  • Recorded At – Intelligent Sound, Åkersberga
  • Recorded At – Sør-Fron Kyrkje
  • Mixed At – Øra Studio
  • Compiled By – Anja LauvdalTine Hvidsten
  • Cover – Kim Hiorthøy
  • Mastered By – Lasse Marhaug (tracks: A1 to C1, C3 to D2, D4, D5)
  • Mixed By – Kyrre Laastad (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B2 to C1, C3, D1, D2)
  • Producer – Anja LauvdalJoakim Haugland

    © & ℗ 2021 Smalltown Supersound

The second release on Smalltown Supersound’s highly promising offside jazz label, ‘Le Jazz Non Series’ follows Bendik Giske and Buttechno’s mighty label opener with a killer compilation bursting with contemporary/outsider Norwegian free music as a show of solidarity against racism in the scene, with a title that translates to “Freejazz against racism“.

Stitched and compiled by Anja Lauvdal and Tine Hvidsten, the set features 18 outsider Jazz burners centered around a varied and diverse cast of characters from the young Norwegian scene. While Norway has long had a positive relationship with free music, its players have invariably looked remarkably similar. “Frijazz mot rasisme” aims to address that by expressing the diversity of Oslo’s contemporary scene and show its commitment to anti-racism; of the players featured on the record, many are regulars at Norwegian demonstrations against local anti-Muslim organization SIAN – with the compilation designed to collect funds for local anti-racist work.

Musically, “Frijazz mot rasism” is a fractal head-fry of the highest order, dilating a fertile movement thru spiraling outsider-jazz. If musical nodes are needed for a point of reference,
it flexes from Don Cherry-inspired communal psychedelia sprawlers to fiery shredders, modal percussive cyclones and lushly expressive instrumental virtuosity of a sort we can only imagine would short-circuit and frazzle a pack of bleating Viking gammons.

With well over half the tracks originating from female artists, the set also represents a phase shift in perception, wickedly reprising the form’s historic function as fire music and a soundtrack to civil unrest, but with a decided female energy that’s more agitant than aggressive, in a way that might just calm and enlighten the xenophobes.

There’s a tonne to get down with; Sanskriti Shrestha & Andreas Wildhagen’s modal tabla groover ‘Eight hands’ is a real standout, with subtle treats in the liminal thizz of ‘Up There’ by Propan, and
a strikingly stark solo performance by Inga Aas, held in balance with tussling razz-outs like ‘One out of town’ feat. Brian Sandstrom, and scatting, Dadaist mischief by Agnes Hvizdalek that’s sure to pique interest along with the chaotic swarm of its shred-out finale ‘Primary Antibody’.

Wall to wall enlightening, emotional bangers this one = highest Tip!

Text from Boomkat


Additional information

Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 32 × 32 × 0.4 cm

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