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Ai Phoenix

Patrick Lundberg (vocals, electric guitar, keyboards), Mona Mørk (vocals/percussion) and Bosse Litsheim (drums/keyboards) constitute the full-time people of the Bergen, Norway-based music group, even though the line-up continues to be subject to regular changes given that they shaped in 1997. They invariably make use of additional musicians on the records and for his or her concert events. The trio’s mild lo-fi and ambient tunes feature solid folk affects, alternating between Mørk’s smooth, tuneful vocals, Lundberg’s silent, laid-back tone of voice, and an additional harmonic mix of the two. Evaluations can be made out of indie rings Low and Lowgold, plus they talk about considerable commonalities with Red Home Painters. The trio’s debut, Film, was released from the music group in 1998, before Norwegian label dBut required over distribution the next 12 months. Ai Phoenix authorized to the Race Junior label in 2000, liberating the melancholic The Drivers Is Deceased in August the same 12 months. Despite a better recording agreement and an evergrowing fanbase, including cult followings throughout European countries and beyond, the trio thought we would keep creation to the very least, recording the recording at home, so that they can produce a warm, authentic ‘living-room’ audio. In 2002 Ai Phoenix released Low fat That Method Forever with Germany’s Glitterhouse Information, their first recording to become released outside their house country (Race Junior continued to take care of distribution in Norway). Glitterhouse after that re-released The Drivers Is Deceased the same season. The wonderful, upbeat I’ve Been Eliminated – Notice One was released in 2003 prior to the extended gap and discharge from the Light Shines VIRTUALLY ALL JUST HOW in summertime 2007. The lengthy wait proved worth it with this, just one more achieved album, carrying on in quite similar style using their soft, heart-warming music and coming in contact with lyrics, probably at their finest on ‘Peter Skillet’ and ‘The Party’s Over’.

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