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  • Boblebad debuts on Metronomicon Audio!

    The man behind Boblebad is musician and producer Ulf Moen Denneche from Oslo, Norway.

    He has played trombone in Big Bands and is the bass player in the Oslo-band Rudolfs Kontainer.
    He’s also a painter and is educated in graphic design.
    Previously Boblebad has released music on quality labels such as MarsMelons, EUFORISK and Paper Recordings (UK)

    Koppen – Chinese Whispers

    This EP Starts of with a track by Koppen that i remixed by the next artist which is again remixed by another artist and so on. This results in a musical chinese whispers where there is less and less left of the original. What starts out as tough hip hop gets transformed via indie-rock to straight ambient and ends up as chugging disco. Is this the first Meta-remix EP? We hope more producers would try out this process, if anyone wants to continune with a remix of the last track please get in tocuh!

    Metronomicon Audio 9.0!

    Metronomicon Audio 9.0
    (CD/DL/Stream) Metronomicon Audio/Musikkoperatørene

    The new compilation shows the width of the Metronomicon-label; from laidback songs to kick off club trax, both artists from the label and some friends give us their best sounds. It features the debut of some new bands like Samvær Under Tilsün alongside veterans such as Palace of Pleasure. 9.0 shows the diversity of the norwegian musical underground. Until now every tenth release from have been a collection like this.

    WHALESHARKATTACKS – Rich People Taste

    WHALESHARKATTACKS is the solo project of Viviana Vega (known from Masselys and Ost & Kjex ++). In 2017 she released her self-titled debut album on Metronomicon Audio, where she introduced us to her original blend of 808 goth, MIDI punk, dark RnB and nihilist trap. In 2018 came the remix album ‘Welsh Architects’.

    ‘Rich People Taste’ is the first single from her forthcoming album “Music For Pink Nights”. The song is a meditation on opulence, boredom and destruction, with music inspired by both Japanese ambient and rap, delivered in a manner that is both brazen and depressed. With a pitched down voice, WHALESHARKATTACKS brings her masculine alter-ego to the foreground, a familiar character to those who have seen her live.

    The music video is directed by visual artist Sigrid Bendz, who is known for surreal and symbol heavy performance and video works. Her visual expression fits perfectly with WHALESHARKATTACKS’ primitive expressionism and lo-fi aesthetic.

    New album: Are We There Yet? by Mt. Mélodie

    Norwegian multiinstrumentalist Thomas Meidell knows a thing or two about collaborating. As Mt. Mélodie, he makes rock music infused with psychedelic rock, synthpop and folk influences, joined in the studio by a revolving cast of friends and musicians

    Outside Mt. Mélodie, he’s been part of quite a few Norwegian bands, Team Me, Ludvig Moon, The Samuel Jackson Five, and his time in these acts has refined his songwriting talent. He’s also among the many founding members of the Metronomicon Audio collective, which consists of acts like Now We’ve Got Member, Koppen and S.L.Y.C.

    “The minute you hear Only Ghosts and Useless Things from Mt. Mélodie you’ll want to get up and dance.. Effortlessly catchy guitar pop song with a delicious instrumental outro reminiscent of Deerhunter (imho).” superworldindietunes.com

    “Daydream Deceiver is a catchy, tuneful romp through the various ages fusing 1980’s indie and 1960’s baroque pop”. recordsilike.co.uk

    “The breakdown begins with all but the song’s drums and bass disappearing; these elements enter a thick fog through which the bass gradually rises and the electric lead guitar reemerges. The sequence is haunting, destabilizing, and unsettling. It sounds like both a daydream and a deceiver, just as communal and mysterious as Meidell and friends would have it” nordicspotlight.com