Norwegian house and techno producer Bjørn Torske started tinkering with digital music in the past due ’80s in his hometown of Tromsø. As an adolescent he was motivated by various other Tromsø musicians, specifically Geir Jenssen, the musical prodigy afterwards to be referred to as ambient pioneer Biosphere. Torske began launching minimalist techno in the very beginning of the ’90s, primarily beneath the name of Ismistik. By the center of the century he previously released twelve 12″ singles on different brands such as for example Djax-Up-Beats and Reinforced Information, utilizing the Ismistik name and also other names such as for example Krisp and Open up Skies. At that time he had been regarded as a Norwegian techno and home pioneer; nevertheless, his big discovery like a maker arrived when he released his Nedi Myra LP on Ferox in 1998. Nedi Myra was extremely appreciated by home lovers along with the dance music press. From the launch of Nedi Myra, Torske was also an associate of Drum Isle, an organization that later changed into the a lot more popular duo Röyksopp. Torske ultimately relocated to Bergen, Norway, but continuing traveling around globe and became a world-class DJ. He released the acclaimed LP Trøbbel (Informé Information) in 2001 and came back along with his most experimental discharge up to now, the Feil Knapp LP (Smalltown Supersound), within the springtime 2007. The sound on Feil Knapp (Norwegian for “incorrect key”) was motivated by from techno to dub, choice pop, and left-field electronica. The fairly loose Kokning, released this year 2010, positioned an focus on analog gear.
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