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99 Minutes #27 HCMF focus

With tracks ranging from Ida Jenshus to Oslo Sinfonietta, Cikada ensemble, Maja Ratkje, POING, Frode Haltli w/Vertavo String quartet, Spunk, 1982 + BJ Cole, Karl Seglem, Kråkesølv, Ivar Grydeland and Enslaved – the latest 99 Minutes webcast focuses heavily on the upcoming Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.

99 Minutes Program 27 121106 by MIC Norway

The 2012 Composer in Residence at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival is Maja Solveig Kjelstrup Ratkje – her works and performances are naturally heavily featured in our latest 99 Minutes webcast with other HCMF ensembles and performers such as Oslo Sinfonietta, Cikada ensemble, SPUNK, POING and Frode Haltli w/ the Vertavo String quartet are also highlighted. No 99 Minutes webcast without the series’ trademark eclecticism though; DJ99 aka Guttorm Andreasen also throws in tracks by Ida Jenshus, 1982 + BJ Cole, Karl Seglem, Kråkesølv, Ivar Grydeland and Enslaved to stay true to the series’ norm.

Full playlist '99 Minutes' #27:

Theme song: TøyenIndia PindiaDid you bring me on national television to tell me this too?Blackbean and Placenta BBPTC 203
Ida JenshusMarie (What happened to the music)Someone to loveUniversal 602537174256
Oslo SinfoniettaTegnOslo SinfoniettaN/A
Cikada ensembleSolve et coagulaCikadaN/A
Maja RatkjeWintergardenRiver mouth echoesN/A
Maja RatkjeIntroVoiceN/A
POING/Maja RatkjeDer song von MandalayWach auf!N/A
Maja RatkjeDecibelN/AN/A
Frode Haltli / Vertavo String quartetGagku variations for accordion and string quartetLooking on darknessN/A
SpunkSeptemberunderlagetDet eneste jeg vet er at det ikke er en støvsugerN/A
198205:211982 + BJ ColeHubro hubrocd2522
Karl SeglemGammal rørsleOssiclesN/A
KråkesølvEt lett hjerteAlle gode tingKråkesølv Plateselskapet krkslv005
Ivar GrydelandRollBathymetric modesHubro hubrocd2519
Scorch TrioSnækje rojnd nævinjLuggumtRune Grammofon rcd2040
EnslavedThoughts like hammersRiitiirNuclear blast 2736129320

Check out previous editions of ’99 Minutes’ HERE.

DJ 99, aka Guttorm Andreasen, has worked as a presenter, DJ, reporter and producer at the national Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation for 16 years, from 1992 to 2008 during which he hosted a wide range of programmes ranging from popular children’s shows, cutting-edge music programmes at the youth channels as well as culture and arts programmes on national TV. From 2003 to 2006 he produced 702 editions of the multi-rhythmic daily programme Wasabi on the NRK P2 channel. Up to 200,000 people would tune in daily on the complete genre-free blend of Swedish funk, Jamaican tango, Belarusian electro, Nigerian jazz, Venezuelan rock, Danish cumbia, Norwegian and Chinese jungle techno ... and virtually every imaginable genre in between! DJ 99 has performed in a wide range of settings ranging from the Sónar Festival in Barcelona to a small bar on the edge of a Serbian village. In 2007 he was one of only three selected DJs to play at the major music industry WOMEX festival in Seville. In 2005 he reached the finals of the International World Beat DJ Competition in London.

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