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Tangle Edge Kathamkaram

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Northern Norwegian progressive rock legends return with their new adventures in free floating psychedelic improvisation, deeply rooted in the early ’70s kraut scene. All instrumental experimental acid-guitar based rock, unique in style.

"Tangle Edge returns with their 2nd vinyl release in 3 years. This record features 3 tracks in 34 minutes with a fantastic gatefold sleeve and excellent sound and as always was recorded at the bands studio outside of Narvik. If you are not familiar with this old Norwegian band, they play instrumental progressive, rock, jazz, psychedelic music to challenge the listener. Sit back and relax when you put the needle down for the 17 minute Dance of the Cantharides on side A. it starts slowly as Ronald, Hasse and Tom slowly come together in what will be come quite jazzy. You can hear some hand drums at the beginning of the track. The jam is very much lead by Ronald’s guitar playing as Hasse and Tom interweave (slowly). Ronald really decided to take off ¾ of the way through with some fantastic guitar work. Side B starts off with Xerxes Apposition and some backwards effects start the track and much more intense bass line dominates as Ronald solos over the top. You can hear a synthesizer/electronics at a low level in the background. Fantastic solo by Ronald and he really starts to use... more

Ronald Nygård - electric guitar, electronics
Hasse Horrigmoe - bass guitar, synthesizer
Tom Steinberg - drums, percussion

Produced by Ronald Nygård and Hasse Horrigmoe.
All tracks are composed by Tangle Edge and are courtesy of Ronald Nygård, Hans Olav Horrigmoe and Tom Arne Steinberg.
Mixed by Ronald and Hasse at Ronald's September 2007 and February 2008.
Recorded at Tangle Edge Studios; "Dance" - March 2006, "Xerxes" and "Dryad" - February 2007.
Overdubs recorded at Ronald's.
Cover art by Ronald. Logos by Hasse. Photos by Terje Næsje.
Special thanks to Petter Flaten Eilertsen, Morten Qvam and Jan Inge Sommerseth.