Artikler skrevet av Jon Skjeseth

Om Jon Skjeseth (493 Artikler)
Proghead from Oslo, who writes mostly about progressive rock/metal, though may write about other rock and metal sub-genres, as well as electronic music, underground hip hop/rap, contemporary music, different kinds of jazz, folk, or anything I find interesting.

Ten best Norwegian albums of 2019

15. januar 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

After all we are a Norwegian music webzine, as our readers probably have noticed as we’re still working on replacing all the Norwegian words with English ones, and you’ll get recommendation of articles in our native tounge, so we decided [...]

Dream Theater: Revisiting Scenes From a Memory touring Europe.

15. januar 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

Prog metal giants Dream Theater have started their European tour for their latest album Distance over Time, visiting all major European cities. The tour is called «The Distance Over Time Tour – Celebrating 20 Year of Scences From a Memory». This [...]

Ashen Horde: Releases track to help Australian wildlife.

8. januar 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

US progressive black metallers Ashen Horde have released the track “A Semblance of Normalcy”, to benefit animals impacted by the fires in Australia.  The song can be found on their Bandcamp page, and all proceeds from the previously [...]

Best Albums 2019

8. januar 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

This year I shifted further from just listening progressive rock and metal, reawakening my 90’s love for the afro-jazz subgenre, exploring further into spiritual jazz. I picked up several underground hip-hop albums without finding any clear [...]

Hunt the Dinosaur get their Facebook page hacked.

8. januar 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

The Dallas-based deathcore band Hunt the Dinosaur recently had their Facebook page hacked and deleted. Years of building and 30,000 followers gone. Personally I’ve spent years myself building up Facebook groups, and to one day find out someone [...]

Audun Aschim Steffensen: Exploring Greek and Roman mythology.

12. desember 2019 // 0 Kommentarer

The composer and guitarist Audun Aschim Steffensen released his work on Greek and Roman mythological characters earlier this year. One of the first concerts I reviewed for Permafrost was the Italian-Norwegian percussionist Paolo Vinaccia under Oslo [...]

Maquinas: A joyful listening.

7. november 2019 // 0 Kommentarer

The Brazilian band up their game on the second album. With “O Cão de Toda Noite”, or “The Dog of All Night”, the Brazilian experimental outfit has pushed their sound further into the realms of genres like jazz, post-rock and shoegaze. On [...]

Mark D: Rockin’ On.

4. januar 2019 // 0 Kommentarer

Mark Deutrom have had an eventful career, both as a musician, sound engineer and label manager. Today he will be releasing his seventh solo album under the moniker Mark D. From a background at the California Institue of the Arts, attending seminars [...]

Orchid: Guardians of mathcore.

3. januar 2019 // 0 Kommentarer

The fact that India have a growing market for metal music, shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. But with a population of over a billion people, metal bands per citizens are still very low. In the prog metal bracket, one would think that the [...]
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