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Supersilent
14

Still out here, still making remarkable music, still refusing to put their time into graphic design or making up titles: its Supersilent! The mighty electroacoustic trio of Helge Sten (Deathprod), Arve Henriksen and Ståle Storløkken continue to blur the boundaries between post-jazz, electronic music, and see-what-comes improvisation on 14, with the wonderful inventive chemistry between the group as apparent as ever. Out on Smalltown Supersound.

Supersilent
13

A thirteenth broadcast from the perennially engaging electroacoustic improvisation group Supersilent. There are only three of the Norwegians here on 13, but the broad array of instruments and the even broader array of playing techniques mean that the band’s soundworld is as full and immersive as ever. On Smalltown Supersound.

Supersilent
12

Along with all these old Supersilent reissues, Rune Grammofon is releasing '12', a brand new record from this merry group of improv mavericks. The record continues the band's ideologies and practices, which might look ridiculous to the outsider: everything is improvised, nothing is planned, nobody explains a thing. As such, '12' collects together thirteen tracks you'll probably never hear properly recreated, making for a unique and rare moment of Supersilent magic.

Supersilent
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Super discreet free-form jazz trio Supersilent called their second record '4', of course, following up their three part live studio debut. Continuing to melt together a variety of sounds into a low-key sort of noise -- utilising their electronic influences on top of jazz worship and dissonant rock music --  '4' is a standard Supersilent record, full of collaborative improvisation and sonic conflict.

Supersilent
11

Time for a mathematical head-scratcher: Supersilent originally recorded 'Supersilent 11' as part of the 'Supersilent 6' recordings, but they ended up here instead, because the sequencing and structure made more sense. It was recorded in Rune Grammofon's favourite recording studio in Norway, and so Supersilent spent a lot of time there, ending up with a bunch of improvisational scraps. The result of five hours of music is the sixth, eighth and eleventh entries in their catalogue, each decidedly avant-garde and more formless than the band's other releases.

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The usual story: an improv crew hanging out at their favourite recording studio seeing what can come out of their affection for jazz and electronica and free form. This time Supersilent sound like they're aiming for the prospective genius of first wave post-rock bands, again displaying their intuitive collaborative spirit. 6 rocks and is confounding; the Supersilent classic.

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