Norwegian musician and writer Jenny Hval honed an intellectual yet uncompromising viewpoint in politics and sexuality in her prose and in her albums, including two as Rockettothesky and many under her very own name. Developing up in Oslo, Hval was motivated by Kate Bush, Jimmy Somerville, as well as the ambitious, androgynous experience of ’80s pop, and started playing key pad. During her teenagers, she also performed in the goth pop music group Shellyz Raven; after shifting to Australia to review creative writing on the School of Melbourne, she used the groupings iPanic and Folding for Surroundings, and also documented her very own material on the three-track recorder. She came back to Norway and released her debut EP, Cigars, that was nominated in the very best Newcomer category for this year’s Spellemannprisen honours. She began documenting as Rockettothesky that calendar year, issuing To Sing You Apple Trees and shrubs on BELIEVE ME Records; 2 yrs later, the next Rockettothesky recording, Medea, came. After Medea’s launch, Hval opted release a her music under her personal name, and after putting your signature on with Rune Grammofon, she released Viscera in 2011. The next year, her cooperation with Håvard Volden, Nude on Fine sand, released its self-titled debut recording. For 2013’s Innocence Can be Kinky, she caused PJ Harvey collaborator John Parish, who helped her flesh out the project’s roots like a 25-minute artwork installation inspired partly by Carl Theodor Dreyer’s 1928 basic La Enthusiasm de Jeanne d’Arc right into a delicate but whip-smart recording. As a article writer, Hval’s work contains this year’s 2009 book Perlebryggeriet (The Pearl Brewery) and items for various mags and newspapers. Immediately after Innocence Can be Kinky’s launch, Hval began composing songs on her behalf next recording, taking motivation from past due-’60s Norwegian jazz performers, Todd Haynes’ film Safe and sound, and her upbringing in Norway’s Bible Belt. The outcomes, Apocalypse, Girl, found its way to 2015 on Sacred Bone fragments. Hval came back with her 4th recording under her personal name in Oct 2016. Bloodstream Bitch was influenced by exploitation and horror movies from the ’70s, Hval’s personal encounters touring her earlier release, as well as the goth and metallic moments of her indigenous Norway.