Thursday, June 19, 2014

New albums of Terje Isungset


Look out for new albums to be released during autumn!

"Meditations": Terje`s new icemusicalbum with recordings of ice from Tha Arcirc, Antarctic, Greenland glaciers, Canada, Russia, Italy and Norwegian glaciers.4 years of hard work. The CD is including the amazing musicians: Arve Henriksen, Mats Eden, Anders Jormin and Lena Nymark. 
All Ice Records.

"World of glass": Arve Henriksen & Terje Isungset. A brand new concept and a new world of sounds! Recorded live in Culture Capital Tallinn. 
All Ice Records.

"Isglems 5te": Karl Seglem & Terje Isungset. Free improvised music. 
Nor CD.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Reviews & photos of UK Ice concert

Salisbury Art Festival.
Lena Nymark, Anastasia Isachsen, Terje Isungset, Asle Karstad & Tim Hand.



There was something quite magical about the sounds Isungset could make with just frozen water, and with clever lighting and projections on a screen behind him, his music came alive.

This was in no small part thanks to the beautiful voice of Lena Nymark, who joined him on stage. Nymark’s vocals had nowhere to hide, but her singing was crystal clear and pure.
Salisbury Journal.



Monday, May 19, 2014

Madrid tomorrow


Performing with Arve Henriksen, Sara Marielle Gaup and Asle Karstad.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Monday, April 14, 2014

World Music Central

World Music Central (link)

..." Dashed through with intertwined flute lines by Jonas Simonson and fiddle lines by Mats Eden and grounded to earth by percussion and jew’s harp by Terje Isungset, Silent Folk hikes a soundscape that at once sounds rooted to the earth and at other times takes to the wide open sky.
Moody, mysterious and meditative, Silent Folk is a hypnotic hybrid of folk and musical improvisation. Taking off with “Silkeskastanj” Groupa captures the listener with an eerie blend of fiddle and flute, surrounded by a wealth of percussion that intrigues as much as it enthralls"..

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

GROUPA review in Roots World

Great review of our new album today!

"Isungset's contribution is particularly notable; as one of the most inventive percussionists around, he utilizes both traditional instruments and others derived from the natural world. The group takes chances on using Isungset's shamanistic magic as its foundation, and everything remains beautiful, fascinating, and changing, much like nature itself. The trio even conjures running rivers, as on “Marsch På Loftet,” where the shifting patterns give way to emerging cries on the flute, and gorgeous interplay between Simonson and Edén".