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Upcoming release: I like to sleep – Bedmonster

I Like to Sleep
Photo by Ane Martine Tommeraas
I like to sleep blowed our minds when we heard a live demo recording at the bands Bandcamp page more than a year ago. We immediately contacted the band, and asked them, if they would be interested in working with us. Now almost 12 months later, we proudly presents their debut album Bedmonster.

I like to sleep is a young talented jazz trio from Trondheim with Amund Storløkken Åse at vibraphone, Nicolas Leirtrø playing baritone guitar and Øyvind Leite behind the drums. They are playing a heavy riff-based kind of free jazz, with long dreamy soundscapes and catchy melodies. They have played several Norwegian jazz festivals and supported Motorpsycho at a live gig in the spring of 2016.

The album will be released on the 6th of October on vinyl, CD and streaming.

TRACKLISTING
A1 – 11
A2 – Bedstories
A3 - Gentle Storm
A4 – Brute
B1 - I Hagan
B2 – Pause
B3 – Bedmonster
B4 - Happy Traveling
B5 - The Wrong Kind of Bedstories

The artwork has been handled by our favourite graphic designer Tore Østbø from Østbø Formgiveri.
Bedmonster LP cover

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