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Menneskekollektivet

Lost Girls, Jenny Hval, & Håvard Volden

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Jenny Hval is an experimental artist who knows no limits. Take, for example, her album Blood Bitch (2016) on which the Norwegian used her electro-speckled pop and her vaporous, chloroformed, dreamlike vocals to talk of nothing but blood! Menstruation and vampirism fed this disturbing new wave-influenced sixth album... Written as a duet with her compatriot Håvard Volden with whom she has been working regularly since 2008, Lost Girls is another story altogether. This duo's trip is all about the desire for freedom. It is a kind of total improvisation and mixes electro, new age influences, spoken word, a mille-feuille of percussion, drone sounds, and more. Menneskekollektivet makes it look like a live performance even though it was recorded in the studio, at Øra Studios in Trondheim, Norway. In this 45-minute stream, Hval and Volden slalom between club, ambient, krautrock and avant-garde, paying little heed to the boundaries between them. It's a fluidity that imbues this album with real poetry and makes it quite captivating. We are often reminded of the works of contemporary American composer Robert Ashley, or a dance version of his works. Laurie Anderson has also left a mark on these Lost Girls, who have produced the most fascinating discographic oddity of the moment. ©Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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Menneskekollektivet
00:12:10

Jenny Hval, Composer, MainArtist - Lost Girls, MainArtist - Håvard Volden, Composer, MainArtist - Smalltown Supermusic / SONY/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia, MusicPublisher

2021 Smalltown Supersound 2021 Smalltown Supersound

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Losing Something
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Jenny Hval, Composer, MainArtist - Lost Girls, MainArtist - Håvard Volden, Composer, MainArtist - Smalltown Supermusic / SONY/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia, MusicPublisher

2021 Smalltown Supersound 2021 Smalltown Supersound

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Carried by Invisible Bodies
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Jenny Hval, Composer, MainArtist - Lost Girls, MainArtist - Håvard Volden, Composer, MainArtist - Smalltown Supermusic / SONY/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia, MusicPublisher

2021 Smalltown Supersound 2021 Smalltown Supersound

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Love, Lovers
00:15:30

Jenny Hval, Composer, MainArtist - Lost Girls, MainArtist - Håvard Volden, Composer, MainArtist - Smalltown Supermusic / SONY/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia, MusicPublisher

2021 Smalltown Supersound 2021 Smalltown Supersound

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Real Life
00:06:03

Jenny Hval, Composer, MainArtist - Lost Girls, MainArtist - Håvard Volden, Composer, MainArtist - Smalltown Supermusic / SONY/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia, MusicPublisher

2021 Smalltown Supersound 2021 Smalltown Supersound

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Jenny Hval is an experimental artist who knows no limits. Take, for example, her album Blood Bitch (2016) on which the Norwegian used her electro-speckled pop and her vaporous, chloroformed, dreamlike vocals to talk of nothing but blood! Menstruation and vampirism fed this disturbing new wave-influenced sixth album... Written as a duet with her compatriot Håvard Volden with whom she has been working regularly since 2008, Lost Girls is another story altogether. This duo's trip is all about the desire for freedom. It is a kind of total improvisation and mixes electro, new age influences, spoken word, a mille-feuille of percussion, drone sounds, and more. Menneskekollektivet makes it look like a live performance even though it was recorded in the studio, at Øra Studios in Trondheim, Norway. In this 45-minute stream, Hval and Volden slalom between club, ambient, krautrock and avant-garde, paying little heed to the boundaries between them. It's a fluidity that imbues this album with real poetry and makes it quite captivating. We are often reminded of the works of contemporary American composer Robert Ashley, or a dance version of his works. Laurie Anderson has also left a mark on these Lost Girls, who have produced the most fascinating discographic oddity of the moment. ©Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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