Informations about the album 33rpm by Bermuda Triangle (NO)
Bermuda Triangle (NO) finally released Tuesday 20 April 2021 his new music album, entitled 33rpm.
Norwegian electro-pop quintet Bermuda Triangle has been exploring a range of unusual electronic music styles since their inception in 2002, as their music has been described as a sombre, somber nightclub with a generous sprinkle of Nordic melancholy on top. Their original line-up of Jan-Tore Diesen (keyboards, producer), Ariane Nilsen (mixer, DJ) and Norwegian electro-pop quintet Bermuda Triangle have explored a range of unusual electronic musical styles since their inception in 2002, such as their music has been described as somber and somber disco with a generous sprinkle of Nordic melancholy on top. Their original lineup of Jan-Tore Diesen (keyboards, producer), Ariane Nilsen (mixer, DJ) and Nils Noa (mixer, DJ) came with their first album in 2003, Mooger Fooger made them a popular addition to DJs and radio playlists around the world. International DJ-guru John Digweed also included them in his 'MMII' release. When Noa left the project, the second album 33rpm hit stores in 2006 as Triangle moved into darker and sharper musical territory, to great critical acclaim. The release is best known for the band's collaborations with Animal Alpha and Djerv's vocalist Agnete Kjølsrud and Seigmen's Alex Møklebust. Their latest album Lover Computer City, released in 2009, saw them transform into a band: to the left of the original lineup is Diesen on keyboards, accompanied by Thomas Jacobsen on drums, Anders Hunstad on bass and Marita Sørli and Sverre Olav Rødseth to the item. After the release of their latest single 'You Said We Were Heroes', the band took an indefinite hiatus.
The list of 9 songs that compose the album is here:
Here's a small list of songs that Bermuda Triangle may decide to sing, including the name of the corrisponding album for each song:
- Hey J
- Two Twings
- Unlock You
- Strawberry Girl
- It Feels Good
- Border Me