Pan-Scandinavian digital/folk outfit Drivan is basically the brainchild of visual designer, interdisciplinary art-meddler and Smalltown Supersound mainstay Kim Hiorthøy. The Norwegian maker fulfilled Swedes Lisa ?-stberg and Louise Peterhoff as well as the Finnish Kristiina Viiala in 2007 through the creation from the Potato Nation, a dance-theater piece by choreographer and overall performance designer Gunilla Heilborn, that Hiorthøy offered the music. Impressed by their performing in the display, Hiorthøcon asked the three ladies –? all founded performing performers with considerable and assorted backgrounds in theatre, dance and film, though non-e is mainly a musician — to collaborate with him on the musical project. Functioning together to build up song constructions and lyrics predicated on loops made by Hiorthøcon, the group attained an visual that retains his loose, idiosyncratic and exploratory method of sound-arranging while also incorporating even more standard vocal song-forms, citing affects from your folk and prog of 1970s Sweden towards the reinterpretatve function of vocalist Stina Nordenstam. Drivan’s 1st recording, the misleadingly-titled Disko, premiered by Smalltown Supersound in August 2010.