Drummer Paal Nilssen-Love stormed the Norwegian jazz picture in the first ’90s and it has been functioning relentlessly since both in traditional and avant-garde jazz. It wasn’t a long time before he jumped for the metaphorical freight teach Swedish saxophonist Mats Gustaffson got founded between Scandinavia and Chicago; the drummer made an appearance on Ken Vandermark’s COLLEGE DAYS and has liked growing exposure within the U.S. since 2000. His additional engagements and collaborations consist of trios with Frode Gjerstad, Sten Sandell, and Raoul Björkenheim, in addition to the group Atomic. He released his 1st solo Compact disc, Sticks & Rocks, in 2001. Nilssen-Love actually was raised in jazz. He was just five-years old back 1979 when his parents opened up the Stavanger Jazzclub, a location they managed until 1986. A profession in music arrived as an all natural (and urged) choice. The youthful drummer started to use saxophonist Frode Gjerstad and trumpeter Didrik Ingvaldsen in 1990, 3 years before he started formal jazz research at Sund University as well as the Trondheim Music Conservatory. His 1st available recording can be Enten Eller, a Compact disc by Gjerstad’s Circulasione Totale Orchestra, released in 1992. In Trondheim, Nilssen-Love fulfilled bassist Ingebrigt Håker Flaten and pianist Håvard Wiik. He became a member of their group Aspect in 1993. This free of charge jazz ensemble influenced by the past due music of John Coltrane fascinated much compliment and reputation from the neighborhood press. Component released its 1st recording in 1996, where period the drummer experienced already performed around the 1st two of a string of recordings by Ingvaldsen’s group, Pocket Part. Sten Sandell, Per “Tx” Johansson, and Mats Gustaffson quickly made him a location in their tasks. Nilssen-Love developed a solid musical romantic relationship with Håker Flaten; they show up together in lots of tasks. Gustaffson, with whom they documented FINISHED . (2000, Crazy Knowledge), introduced these to Ken Vandermark as well as the Chicago picture. The set forms the tempo portion of Vandermark’s COLLEGE DAYS and Björkenheim’s Scorch Trio. Alongside Wiik and music artists from Stockholm, they created the avant-garde jazz quintet Atomic in 1999.