Norway’s Marie Munroe is certainly soulful, jazz-trained vocalist, whose albums screen a sophisticated mixture of rock and roll and electronic pop. Blessed Hilde Marie Kjersem in Aselund, Norway in 1981, Munroe (her stage name) was raised within a musical family members and by her teenagers was performing in local rock and roll bands. After senior high school, she enrolled at Norges Musikkhøgskole to be able to research jazz, and throughout that period, she fell beneath the mentorship of guitarist Jon Eberson. After university, Munroe appeared using the Tub Quartet on the 2004 debut record Red Shoes Journal. Several even more jazz-related projects implemented, including recording schedules with Eberson, aswell as periods with rootsy vocalist/songwriter Christer Knutsen. In 2008, Munroe (still heading beneath the name Kjersem) released her debut single record, A Killer for this Ache, on Rune Grammofon. Documented over time of self-discovery, where period she finished a troubled initial relationship and rethought her innovative path, A Killer for this Ache showcased Munroe’s changeover from jazz and toward a far more nuanced pop audio. Three years afterwards, she shipped her sophomore record, Let’s RELEASE, accompanied by If We Make It to the near future in 2013. It had been around this period that Hilde Marie Kjersem followed the stage name Marie Munroe, an option that exposed even more innovative strategies. In 2015, she released the ’80s-design synth pop solitary “Just like a Drumbeat.” Munroe’s 4th studio recording, the Roar Nilsen-produced Under My Pores and skin, was slated for launch in 2016.