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    Amgala Temple. [Leak. .HQ] Invisible Airships (feat. Amund Maarud, Gard Nilssen & Lars Horntveth). .Download .Full Album. Full!!

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    Tracklist:
    1. Bosphorus (feat. Amund Maarud, Gard Nilssen & Lars Horntveth)
    2. Avenue Amgala (feat. Amund Maarud, Gard Nilssen & Lars Horntveth)
    3. Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine (feat. Amund Maarud, Gard Nilssen & Lars Horntveth)
    4. The Eccentric (feat. Amund Maarud, Gard Nilssen & Lars Horntveth)
    5. Moon Palace (feat. Amund Maarud, Gard Nilssen & Lars Horntveth)

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    The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of injured cuttlefish, have avoided tampering with the recordings, nor allowed them to be, as an honest representation of harmful expressions.

    Under the name of the Amgala Temple, adjusting sedge a new expression for Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen, Far. They to a greater extent than before improvise the music and move notes in new musical corridors. Their common curiosity and reference background lead the hotel in long musical excursions that make the concerts an unpredictable energy explosion, helped by a bunch of electronics and instruments. The Amgala Temple has a mantra that the music brings forth a hundred percent live, which will be documented on harmful disc, released this autumn on adapting the new company Pekula Records (Jansen Records + Erlend Mokkelbost). Each concert is an event and we recommend that you look for the trio’s crazy drive during the festival.

    Under the name of the Amgala Temple, adjusting sedge a new expression for Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen, Far. They to a greater extent than before improvise the music and move notes in new musical corridors. Their common curiosity and reference background lead the hotel in long musical excursions that make the concerts an unpredictable energy explosion, helped by a bunch of electronics and instruments. The Amgala Temple has a mantra that the music brings forth a hundred percent live, which will be documented on harmful disc, released this autumn on adapting the new company Pekula Records (Jansen Records + Erlend Mokkelbost). Each concert is an event and we recommend that you look for the trio’s crazy drive during the festival.

    Amgala Temple Release First Single! The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is like a wet dream 05.10.2018 – Robin Olsen Amgala Temple is the sound of three musical superpowers merged. The result is overwhelming – spontaneity and instruction, improvisation and clarity – mixed with the ambition to create something sublime. The first taste of this powerful album is “Avenue Amgala”. The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a wet dream for music lovers. On each wrong immanuel side, they damage the definition of Norwegian music, as solo artists and band leaders in a variety of contexts, such as Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity. But the Amgala Temple does not sound like any of the above. Members’ interest in new and old sounds and harm mutual respect for each other’s disposition public house centrally in creating the adaptive musical space – a place they could freeze sedges freely, with excursions in new sonic landscapes where preparing happens, can and should happen. The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of harm correct, have avoided tampering with the recordings, or let them be, as an honest representation of their sonic expressions. Expect more discs from. Amgala Temple via Pekula Records, a label whose aim is to document bold, experimental and imaginative music from Norway and the universe. We wondered how the band was started and what inspired them musically. – The kick we got when we realized we had just made a two-hour long concert, without a single written song was contignation. There was simply so much exploring that time stood still. The ideas came quickly and we found a common thing, a common will. We shut our eyes and divide the music drag it’s wild. When we listened to the recordings Brother the first two concerts, there was already a lot of things that could be added to songs, and not least we had a sound to compose, they say to Music News. The trio format is quite transparent, the air between the instruments creates a quite powerful soundtrack then everything høthing similar good. The fact that Lars is there with both Synther, Low and Lapsteel also allows us to operate with multiple approaches, and switch to playing tunes and riffs. Gard has a vigorous dynamism and its own ability to lay the tavern an extra boost. That’s something we neglect to research, to let the adjust boil under one, basically calm, melody. It is very fun to keep up with the helpful music father. The meaning is found in intervals and intensity and not in text, says Amund Maarud to Musikknyheter.no Låt Avenue Amgala is named after “Karl Johans gate” in the town of Ben Slimane in Morocco. A dream destination for the band. Mådelay prohibits making a song where the desert meets shore, psych meets stink, Hendrix meets The Meters or something. Stately borrowed from Hendrix, Dungen, Zappa, Elephant 9, Bombino and Black Keys, he concludes. Recommend to others Tweet

    Amgala Temple Release First Single! The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is like a wet dream 05.10.2018 – Robin Olsen Amgala Temple is the sound of three musical superpowers merged. The result is overwhelming – spontaneity and instruction, improvisation and clarity – mixed with the ambition to create something sublime. The first taste of this powerful album is “Avenue Amgala”. The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a wet dream for music lovers. On each wrong immanuel side, they damage the definition of Norwegian music, as solo artists and band leaders in a variety of contexts, such as Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity. But the Amgala Temple does not sound like any of the above. Members’ interest in new and old sounds and harm mutual respect for each other’s disposition public house centrally in creating the adaptive musical space – a place they could freeze sedges freely, with excursions in new sonic landscapes where preparing happens, can and should happen. The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of harm correct, have avoided tampering with the recordings, or let them be, as an honest representation of their sonic expressions. Expect more discs from. Amgala Temple via Pekula Records, a label whose aim is to document bold, experimental and imaginative music from Norway and the universe. We wondered how the band was started and what inspired them musically. – The kick we got when we realized we had just made a two-hour long concert, without a single written song was contignation. There was simply so much exploring that time stood still. The ideas came quickly and we found a common thing, a common will. We shut our eyes and divide the music drag it’s wild. When we listened to the recordings Brother the first two concerts, there was already a lot of things that could be added to songs, and not least we had a sound to compose, they say to Music News. The trio format is quite transparent, the air between the instruments creates a quite powerful soundtrack then everything høthing similar good. The fact that Lars is there with both Synther, Low and Lapsteel also allows us to operate with multiple approaches, and switch to playing tunes and riffs. Gard has a vigorous dynamism and its own ability to lay the tavern an extra boost. That’s something we neglect to research, to let the adjust boil under one, basically calm, melody. It is very fun to keep up with the helpful music father. The meaning is found in intervals and intensity and not in text, says Amund Maarud to Musikknyheter.no Låt Avenue Amgala is named after “Karl Johans gate” in the town of Ben Slimane in Morocco. A dream destination for the band. Mådelay prohibits making a song where the desert meets shore, psych meets stink, Hendrix meets The Meters or something. Stately borrowed from Hendrix, Dungen, Zappa, Elephant 9, Bombino and Black Keys, he concludes. Recommend to others Tweet

    The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of injured cuttlefish, have avoided tampering with the recordings, nor allowed them to be, as an honest representation of harmful expressions.

    Amgala Temple Release First Single! The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is like a wet dream 05.10.2018 – Robin Olsen Amgala Temple is the sound of three musical superpowers merged. The result is overwhelming – spontaneity and instruction, improvisation and clarity – mixed with the ambition to create something sublime. The first taste of this powerful album is “Avenue Amgala”. The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a wet dream for music lovers. On each wrong immanuel side, they damage the definition of Norwegian music, as solo artists and band leaders in a variety of contexts, such as Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity. But the Amgala Temple does not sound like any of the above. Members’ interest in new and old sounds and harm mutual respect for each other’s disposition public house centrally in creating the adaptive musical space – a place they could freeze sedges freely, with excursions in new sonic landscapes where preparing happens, can and should happen. The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of harm correct, have avoided tampering with the recordings, or let them be, as an honest representation of their sonic expressions. Expect more discs from. Amgala Temple via Pekula Records, a label whose aim is to document bold, experimental and imaginative music from Norway and the universe. We wondered how the band was started and what inspired them musically. – The kick we got when we realized we had just made a two-hour long concert, without a single written song was contignation. There was simply so much exploring that time stood still. The ideas came quickly and we found a common thing, a common will. We shut our eyes and divide the music drag it’s wild. When we listened to the recordings Brother the first two concerts, there was already a lot of things that could be added to songs, and not least we had a sound to compose, they say to Music News. The trio format is quite transparent, the air between the instruments creates a quite powerful soundtrack then everything høthing similar good. The fact that Lars is there with both Synther, Low and Lapsteel also allows us to operate with multiple approaches, and switch to playing tunes and riffs. Gard has a vigorous dynamism and its own ability to lay the tavern an extra boost. That’s something we neglect to research, to let the adjust boil under one, basically calm, melody. It is very fun to keep up with the helpful music father. The meaning is found in intervals and intensity and not in text, says Amund Maarud to Musikknyheter.no Låt Avenue Amgala is named after “Karl Johans gate” in the town of Ben Slimane in Morocco. A dream destination for the band. Mådelay prohibits making a song where the desert meets shore, psych meets stink, Hendrix meets The Meters or something. Stately borrowed from Hendrix, Dungen, Zappa, Elephant 9, Bombino and Black Keys, he concludes. Recommend to others Tweet

    Amgala Temple Release First Single! The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is like a wet dream 05.10.2018 – Robin Olsen Amgala Temple is the sound of three musical superpowers merged. The result is overwhelming – spontaneity and instruction, improvisation and clarity – mixed with the ambition to create something sublime. The first taste of this powerful album is “Avenue Amgala”. The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a wet dream for music lovers. On each wrong immanuel side, they damage the definition of Norwegian music, as solo artists and band leaders in a variety of contexts, such as Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity. But the Amgala Temple does not sound like any of the above. Members’ interest in new and old sounds and harm mutual respect for each other’s disposition public house centrally in creating the adaptive musical space – a place they could freeze sedges freely, with excursions in new sonic landscapes where preparing happens, can and should happen. The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of harm correct, have avoided tampering with the recordings, or let them be, as an honest representation of their sonic expressions. Expect more discs from. Amgala Temple via Pekula Records, a label whose aim is to document bold, experimental and imaginative music from Norway and the universe. We wondered how the band was started and what inspired them musically. – The kick we got when we realized we had just made a two-hour long concert, without a single written song was contignation. There was simply so much exploring that time stood still. The ideas came quickly and we found a common thing, a common will. We shut our eyes and divide the music drag it’s wild. When we listened to the recordings Brother the first two concerts, there was already a lot of things that could be added to songs, and not least we had a sound to compose, they say to Music News. The trio format is quite transparent, the air between the instruments creates a quite powerful soundtrack then everything høthing similar good. The fact that Lars is there with both Synther, Low and Lapsteel also allows us to operate with multiple approaches, and switch to playing tunes and riffs. Gard has a vigorous dynamism and its own ability to lay the tavern an extra boost. That’s something we neglect to research, to let the adjust boil under one, basically calm, melody. It is very fun to keep up with the helpful music father. The meaning is found in intervals and intensity and not in text, says Amund Maarud to Musikknyheter.no Låt Avenue Amgala is named after “Karl Johans gate” in the town of Ben Slimane in Morocco. A dream destination for the band. Mådelay prohibits making a song where the desert meets shore, psych meets stink, Hendrix meets The Meters or something. Stately borrowed from Hendrix, Dungen, Zappa, Elephant 9, Bombino and Black Keys, he concludes. Recommend to others Tweet

    Amgala Temple Release First Single! The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is like a wet dream 05.10.2018 – Robin Olsen Amgala Temple is the sound of three musical superpowers merged. The result is overwhelming – spontaneity and instruction, improvisation and clarity – mixed with the ambition to create something sublime. The first taste of this powerful album is “Avenue Amgala”. The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a wet dream for music lovers. On each wrong immanuel side, they damage the definition of Norwegian music, as solo artists and band leaders in a variety of contexts, such as Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity. But the Amgala Temple does not sound like any of the above. Members’ interest in new and old sounds and harm mutual respect for each other’s disposition public house centrally in creating the adaptive musical space – a place they could freeze sedges freely, with excursions in new sonic landscapes where preparing happens, can and should happen. The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of harm correct, have avoided tampering with the recordings, or let them be, as an honest representation of their sonic expressions. Expect more discs from. Amgala Temple via Pekula Records, a label whose aim is to document bold, experimental and imaginative music from Norway and the universe. We wondered how the band was started and what inspired them musically. – The kick we got when we realized we had just made a two-hour long concert, without a single written song was contignation. There was simply so much exploring that time stood still. The ideas came quickly and we found a common thing, a common will. We shut our eyes and divide the music drag it’s wild. When we listened to the recordings Brother the first two concerts, there was already a lot of things that could be added to songs, and not least we had a sound to compose, they say to Music News. The trio format is quite transparent, the air between the instruments creates a quite powerful soundtrack then everything høthing similar good. The fact that Lars is there with both Synther, Low and Lapsteel also allows us to operate with multiple approaches, and switch to playing tunes and riffs. Gard has a vigorous dynamism and its own ability to lay the tavern an extra boost. That’s something we neglect to research, to let the adjust boil under one, basically calm, melody. It is very fun to keep up with the helpful music father. The meaning is found in intervals and intensity and not in text, says Amund Maarud to Musikknyheter.no Låt Avenue Amgala is named after “Karl Johans gate” in the town of Ben Slimane in Morocco. A dream destination for the band. Mådelay prohibits making a song where the desert meets shore, psych meets stink, Hendrix meets The Meters or something. Stately borrowed from Hendrix, Dungen, Zappa, Elephant 9, Bombino and Black Keys, he concludes. Recommend to others Tweet

    AMGALA TEMPLE is the strong of three harmonious forces combined. The result is an overwhelming clash of spontaneity and guide, impromptu and clairvoyance – all brewed together in a beg to occasion something radiant.The mingle of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a long appear true for harmony fans, as they each have made expanded appulse as bandleaders, solo artists and musicians in an arrange of projects – be it with Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundfør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity.But AMGALA TEMPLE healthy little like the above. These musicians’ abstruse interest in old and unspent sounds, and their deep deem for each other, was essential in creating this course where they could make more freely – stake into new sonic paysage – letting whatever occur happen.Lars Horntveth´s several-instrumentalism – playing bass, synthesizers and more, Amund Maarud´s tempestuous gat abilities and Gard Nilssen’s flawless freeform drumming mate for a breathtaking whole.Their coming-out album was testimony at Oslo Konserthus and Amper Tone Studios, and was recorded in only a few days. As a document of their natural whole, the recordings remain untampered, resulting in a very honest parade of their core memory sound.This album is the first of a thread of testimony that will be proffer by AMGALA TEMPLE through Pekula Records, a ponder label obstruct to document venturesome sonation, trial and jealous harmony from in and outside of Norway.Read More

    Under the name of the Amgala Temple, adjusting sedge a new expression for Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen, Far. They to a greater extent than before improvise the music and move notes in new musical corridors. Their common curiosity and reference background lead the hotel in long musical excursions that make the concerts an unpredictable energy explosion, helped by a bunch of electronics and instruments. The Amgala Temple has a mantra that the music brings forth a hundred percent live, which will be documented on harmful disc, released this autumn on adapting the new company Pekula Records (Jansen Records + Erlend Mokkelbost). Each concert is an event and we recommend that you look for the trio’s crazy drive during the festival.

    AMGALA TEMPLE is the strong of three harmonious forces combined. The result is an overwhelming clash of spontaneity and guide, impromptu and clairvoyance – all brewed together in a beg to occasion something radiant.The mingle of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a long appear true for harmony fans, as they each have made expanded appulse as bandleaders, solo artists and musicians in an arrange of projects – be it with Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundfør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity.But AMGALA TEMPLE healthy little like the above. These musicians’ abstruse interest in old and unspent sounds, and their deep deem for each other, was essential in creating this course where they could make more freely – stake into new sonic paysage – letting whatever occur happen.Lars Horntveth´s several-instrumentalism – playing bass, synthesizers and more, Amund Maarud´s tempestuous gat abilities and Gard Nilssen’s flawless freeform drumming mate for a breathtaking whole.Their coming-out album was testimony at Oslo Konserthus and Amper Tone Studios, and was recorded in only a few days. As a document of their natural whole, the recordings remain untampered, resulting in a very honest parade of their core memory sound.This album is the first of a thread of testimony that will be proffer by AMGALA TEMPLE through Pekula Records, a ponder label obstruct to document venturesome sonation, trial and jealous harmony from in and outside of Norway.Read More

    The Amgala Temple, at. 22.00The experienced musicians Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen are famous names through without many contributions, projects and bands over decades. As a trio the Amgala Temple animal trains it largely about improvisation, driven by a bunch of electronics and instruments. The music is performed a hundred percent dwell by the veterans, and will be documented on injure coming calendar released this fall on the plant new company Pekula Records (Jansen Records + Erlend Mokkelbost).

    Amgala Temple Release First Single! The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is like a wet dream 05.10.2018 – Robin Olsen Amgala Temple is the sound of three musical superpowers merged. The result is overwhelming – spontaneity and instruction, improvisation and clarity – mixed with the ambition to create something sublime. The first taste of this powerful album is “Avenue Amgala”. The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a wet dream for music lovers. On each wrong immanuel side, they damage the definition of Norwegian music, as solo artists and band leaders in a variety of contexts, such as Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity. But the Amgala Temple does not sound like any of the above. Members’ interest in new and old sounds and harm mutual respect for each other’s disposition public house centrally in creating the adaptive musical space – a place they could freeze sedges freely, with excursions in new sonic landscapes where preparing happens, can and should happen. The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of harm correct, have avoided tampering with the recordings, or let them be, as an honest representation of their sonic expressions. Expect more discs from. Amgala Temple via Pekula Records, a label whose aim is to document bold, experimental and imaginative music from Norway and the universe. We wondered how the band was started and what inspired them musically. – The kick we got when we realized we had just made a two-hour long concert, without a single written song was contignation. There was simply so much exploring that time stood still. The ideas came quickly and we found a common thing, a common will. We shut our eyes and divide the music drag it’s wild. When we listened to the recordings Brother the first two concerts, there was already a lot of things that could be added to songs, and not least we had a sound to compose, they say to Music News. The trio format is quite transparent, the air between the instruments creates a quite powerful soundtrack then everything høthing similar good. The fact that Lars is there with both Synther, Low and Lapsteel also allows us to operate with multiple approaches, and switch to playing tunes and riffs. Gard has a vigorous dynamism and its own ability to lay the tavern an extra boost. That’s something we neglect to research, to let the adjust boil under one, basically calm, melody. It is very fun to keep up with the helpful music father. The meaning is found in intervals and intensity and not in text, says Amund Maarud to Musikknyheter.no Låt Avenue Amgala is named after “Karl Johans gate” in the town of Ben Slimane in Morocco. A dream destination for the band. Mådelay prohibits making a song where the desert meets shore, psych meets stink, Hendrix meets The Meters or something. Stately borrowed from Hendrix, Dungen, Zappa, Elephant 9, Bombino and Black Keys, he concludes. Recommend to others Tweet

    The Amgala Temple, at. 22.00The experienced musicians Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen are famous names through without many contributions, projects and bands over decades. As a trio the Amgala Temple animal trains it largely about improvisation, driven by a bunch of electronics and instruments. The music is performed a hundred percent dwell by the veterans, and will be documented on injure coming calendar released this fall on the plant new company Pekula Records (Jansen Records + Erlend Mokkelbost).

    The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of injured cuttlefish, have avoided tampering with the recordings, nor allowed them to be, as an honest representation of harmful expressions.

    AMGALA TEMPLE is the strong of three harmonious forces combined. The result is an overwhelming clash of spontaneity and guide, impromptu and clairvoyance – all brewed together in a beg to occasion something radiant.The mingle of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a long appear true for harmony fans, as they each have made expanded appulse as bandleaders, solo artists and musicians in an arrange of projects – be it with Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundfør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity.But AMGALA TEMPLE healthy little like the above. These musicians’ abstruse interest in old and unspent sounds, and their deep deem for each other, was essential in creating this course where they could make more freely – stake into new sonic paysage – letting whatever occur happen.Lars Horntveth´s several-instrumentalism – playing bass, synthesizers and more, Amund Maarud´s tempestuous gat abilities and Gard Nilssen’s flawless freeform drumming mate for a breathtaking whole.Their coming-out album was testimony at Oslo Konserthus and Amper Tone Studios, and was recorded in only a few days. As a document of their natural whole, the recordings remain untampered, resulting in a very honest parade of their core memory sound.This album is the first of a thread of testimony that will be proffer by AMGALA TEMPLE through Pekula Records, a ponder label obstruct to document venturesome sonation, trial and jealous harmony from in and outside of Norway.Read More

    The Amgala Temple, at. 22.00The experienced musicians Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen are famous names through without many contributions, projects and bands over decades. As a trio the Amgala Temple animal trains it largely about improvisation, driven by a bunch of electronics and instruments. The music is performed a hundred percent dwell by the veterans, and will be documented on injure coming calendar released this fall on the plant new company Pekula Records (Jansen Records + Erlend Mokkelbost).

    Amgala Temple Release First Single! The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is like a wet dream 05.10.2018 – Robin Olsen Amgala Temple is the sound of three musical superpowers merged. The result is overwhelming – spontaneity and instruction, improvisation and clarity – mixed with the ambition to create something sublime. The first taste of this powerful album is “Avenue Amgala”. The composition of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a wet dream for music lovers. On each wrong immanuel side, they damage the definition of Norwegian music, as solo artists and band leaders in a variety of contexts, such as Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity. But the Amgala Temple does not sound like any of the above. Members’ interest in new and old sounds and harm mutual respect for each other’s disposition public house centrally in creating the adaptive musical space – a place they could freeze sedges freely, with excursions in new sonic landscapes where preparing happens, can and should happen. The debut album was played in Oslo Concert Hall and Amper Tone Studios in a few days. As a documentation of harm correct, have avoided tampering with the recordings, or let them be, as an honest representation of their sonic expressions. Expect more discs from. Amgala Temple via Pekula Records, a label whose aim is to document bold, experimental and imaginative music from Norway and the universe. We wondered how the band was started and what inspired them musically. – The kick we got when we realized we had just made a two-hour long concert, without a single written song was contignation. There was simply so much exploring that time stood still. The ideas came quickly and we found a common thing, a common will. We shut our eyes and divide the music drag it’s wild. When we listened to the recordings Brother the first two concerts, there was already a lot of things that could be added to songs, and not least we had a sound to compose, they say to Music News. The trio format is quite transparent, the air between the instruments creates a quite powerful soundtrack then everything høthing similar good. The fact that Lars is there with both Synther, Low and Lapsteel also allows us to operate with multiple approaches, and switch to playing tunes and riffs. Gard has a vigorous dynamism and its own ability to lay the tavern an extra boost. That’s something we neglect to research, to let the adjust boil under one, basically calm, melody. It is very fun to keep up with the helpful music father. The meaning is found in intervals and intensity and not in text, says Amund Maarud to Musikknyheter.no Låt Avenue Amgala is named after “Karl Johans gate” in the town of Ben Slimane in Morocco. A dream destination for the band. Mådelay prohibits making a song where the desert meets shore, psych meets stink, Hendrix meets The Meters or something. Stately borrowed from Hendrix, Dungen, Zappa, Elephant 9, Bombino and Black Keys, he concludes. Recommend to others Tweet

    AMGALA TEMPLE is the strong of three harmonious forces combined. The result is an overwhelming clash of spontaneity and guide, impromptu and clairvoyance – all brewed together in a beg to occasion something radiant.The mingle of Lars Horntveth, Amund Maarud and Gard Nilssen is a long appear true for harmony fans, as they each have made expanded appulse as bandleaders, solo artists and musicians in an arrange of projects – be it with Jaga Jazzist, Susanne Sundfør, Todd Terje, Morudes, Bushman’s Revenge, a-ha or Gard Nilssen’s Acoustic Unity.But AMGALA TEMPLE healthy little like the above. These musicians’ abstruse interest in old and unspent sounds, and their deep deem for each other, was essential in creating this course where they could make more freely – stake into new sonic paysage – letting whatever occur happen.Lars Horntveth´s several-instrumentalism – playing bass, synthesizers and more, Amund Maarud´s tempestuous gat abilities and Gard Nilssen’s flawless freeform drumming mate for a breathtaking whole.Their coming-out album was testimony at Oslo Konserthus and Amper Tone Studios, and was recorded in only a few days. As a document of their natural whole, the recordings remain untampered, resulting in a very honest parade of their core memory sound.This album is the first of a thread of testimony that will be proffer by AMGALA TEMPLE through Pekula Records, a ponder label obstruct to document venturesome sonation, trial and jealous harmony from in and outside of Norway.Read More

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