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Lost Girls - Feeling

jenny hval Håvard Volden

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#1 Lada Laika

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Posted 12 March 2018 - 08:24 PM






Jenny Hval and Håvard Volden are Lost Girls. They have been recording Feeling since 2014, when Håvard was getting really tired of the idea that improv recordings need to be documentation, "true" to a live performance. Meanwhile, Jenny was tired of "representation" in her part of the musical spectrum––of pop music being something that needs to represent you. 

Together, Lost Girls wanted to go deeper into the chaos of composition, creating longer pieces inspired by analogue synths, radio plays, the lightness and intimacy of Robert Ashley's music, and the complexity of technology permeating their daily lives. They wanted to let the music be transparent and open, able to consider and reconsider its own paths. The sound of someone changing their mind. 

Perhaps they just wanted to feel more lost.



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