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Great trio that sees one of the world's most consistently compelling bass players, John Edwards, pitted alongside two of the most in-demand players in the Norwegian improv scene in the form of saxophonist / clarinetist / composer Kjetil Møster, and Oslo-based drummer Dag Erik Knedal Andersen. Kjetil Møster's approach sits at the interface between electronic based rock, improv and jazz, and together with Maja S.K. Ratkje, Paal Nilssen-Love and Lasse Marhaug, he started the «All Ears» festival in 2002. Perhaps best known for his “hyperactive-take-no-prisoners” approach to drumming, Dag Erik Knedal Andersen has been an ubiquitous musician on the Norwegian improvised music scene over the last couple of years, as well as touring all over Europe with groups such as SAKA and AKODE.
Kjetil Traavik Møster (born 17 June 1976 in Bergen, Norway) is a Norwegian Jazz musician (tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet and bass clarinet) and composer. Having made his mark with experimental performances at the interface between electronic based rock, improv and jazz, he has performed with the likes of Håvard Wiik, Paal Nilssen-Love, Jon Christensen, Mats Eilertsen, Fredrik Ljungkvist, Per ”Texas” Johansson, Håkon Kornstad, Raymond Strid, Mike Pride, Michael Zerang, Josh Berman, Nate Wooley, Ivar Grydeland, Bjørnar Andresen, Bjørnar Habbestad, Ketil Gutvik. Together with Maja S.K. Ratkje, Paal Nilssen-Love and Lasse Marhaug, he started the festival «All Ears» in 2002.
"Møster is a master of integrating electronics with his instruments in organic ways that render the use of the term "effects" both irrelevant and incorrect. Artists like Møster don't use electronics for effect; they use them to expand the palettes of their instruments, and integrate them so seamlessly as to make the result sound less like an instrument with electronics added and more an entirely new instrument." - John Kelman, All About Jazz
John Edwards' staggering range of techniques and boundless musical imagination have redefined the possibility of the double bass and dramatically expanded its role, whether playing solo or with others. Equally at home with fragile acoustic improvisation or driving free jazz, Edwards is quite deservedly one of the most in demand players of today, and has propelled encounters with Evan Parker, Roscoe Mitchell, Matthew Shipp, Wadada Leo Smith and many more.
"I think John Edwards is absolutely remarkable: there’s never been anything like him before, anywhere in jazz." - Richard Williams, The Blue Moment
DAG ERIK KNEDAL ANDERSEN
Dag Erik Knedal Andersen (born 5th of November 1983) is an award-winning Norwegian drummer and improviser based in Oslo. Knedal Andersen had originally planned to become an engineer, but at the age of 16 he discovered the dubious joy of jazz and improvised music, and hence there were no turning back. After buying all the records he could lay his hands on at that time, he soon found himself studying jazz at the Conservatory of Music in Trondheim. After his graduation in 2008, he moved to Berlin for a brief period of time, before moving to Oslo to do a masters degree in improvised music at the Norwegian State Academy of Music.
Perhaps best known for his “hyperactive-take-no-prisoners” approach to drumming, he has been an ubiquitous musician on the Norwegian improvised music scene over the last couple of years, as well as touring all over Europe with groups such as SAKA and AKODE. In 2010 he received the Molde International Jazz Festival’s “Talent of the year” award. In addition to his regular groups, he has performed with among others Axel Dörner, Alan Wilkinson, John Butcher, Thomas Lehn, Frode Gjerstad, Fredrik Ljungkvist, Pat Thomas, Tobias Delius, Lasse Marhaug, Martin Küchen, Birgit Ulher, Maja Ratkje, John Edwards, Kjetil Møster and Ingebrigt Håker Flaten.