The Südtirol Jazz Festival at the Hotel Weihrerhof
This trio from Bergen (Norway) has been playing together since 2008 and originally wanted to explore electronic music before moving towards acoustic music, that seamlessly combines jazz, folk and avant-garde pop. On the 2014 debut album, singer Mari Kvien Brunvoll, who is often compared to Kate Bush or Björk, sings in the Norwegian dialect of her hometown Molde. In 2016 the band released its second album "Kem Som Kan å Leve". On this CD they create a cleverly woven sound carpet in a musical "no man's land" over which Brunvoll's voice floats mystically and mysterious like a Nordic winter landscape.