All songs are official releases available on most common streaming services, the web links are listed here.
"Winter solstice theme" is a slow instrumental with all focus on atmosphere and melody. It is based on the solo improvisation in the Youtube video "Winter solstice theme - improvisation" released Jan 8, 2021. Released May 9, 2021.
"As the sun breaks through" is an instrumental based on a chord progression and bass line that repeats from start to end while the melody line develops continously and the intensity builds up to a climax. The cover photo is taken by Greg Montani. Released April 24, 2021.
"Arctic keys" is a synth pop instrumental which has a groovy and solid bass line mixed with icy, open and somewhat jazzy melody lines. Released Feb 8, 2021.
"Recovery mode" is a melodic and relaxing instrumental that has a dreaming atmosphere to it. The cover illustration is by Jhonatan Perez. Released Nov 2, 2020.
"Distant" is a melodic and relaxing instrumental that has a melancholy atmosphere to it. The cover photo is taken by Khusen Rustamov. Released Sept 29, 2020.
"Alfred never worried about the weather" is a funky instrumental with a solid beat and a popish melody. It's about Alfred grooving along the street unaffected by trivial everyday problems. Released May 25, 2020.
"Chasing Robin Hood" is a synth pop instrumental. My intention is to give the listener a sense of traveling through a fairy tale landscape with associations to retro video games. The cover illustration is by Gerd Altmann. Released Feb 28, 2020. A music video, released April 13, 2020, is also available.
This is a cover version of the pop classic "Only you" written by Vince Clarke. It was first released by the duo Yazoo in 1982. Sigrid Øverland Kjeka (16 years old) did the main vocals and Erik Flaa did the backing vocals. The cover illustration is by Gerd Altmann. Released Oct 24, 2019.
This is a cover version of the instrumental synth classic "Popcorn". The song was written by Gershon Kingsley in 1969, however Hot Butters cover version released in 1972 brought the song to the charts. Drum samples are played by Jon Anders Vold. The cover illustration is by Peggy and Marco Lachmann-Anke. Released August 22, 2019.
This is a cover version of the widely known pop song written and first released by Nik Kershaw in 1983. Isak Sæheim Pedersen did the vocals and Kai Even Waterloo Laugtug played the drums. Released April 30, 2019.
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