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Mia Dyberg Trio

Mia Dyberg  Alto Saxophone | Asger Thomsen  Double Bass | Dag Magnus Narvesen  Drums

You may label the music recorded in “Ticket!” as free jazz, but nothing here conforms with what you usually hear with that identity. Why? Because alto saxophonist Mia Dyberg, double bassist Asger Thomsen and drummer Dag Magnus Narvesen transpose to music the processes used by William S. Burroughs in his poetry, and not only the cut-up techniques of that Beat Generation icon: there’s much of the playfulness, the pulse and the «silver smoke of dreams» which define Burroughs’ writing. The music is energetic and full of groove, sometimes melodic, others with a hint of the bluesy AACM influence, the group improvisations never hiding the individual contributions of these three Scandinavian musicians.

Dyberg is a danish saxophonist, improviser and composer based in Berlin and one of the new exciting voices on the European jazz scene, crossing sound experimentation and the characteristic Swedish melancholy in collaborations with improvisers like Herb Robertson, Clayton Thomas, Tristan Honsinger and Axel Dörner. Thomsen is a constant presence in the Copenhagen scene, be it alternative rock, creative jazz or avant-garde music, and Narvesen is becoming a percussionist of first choice for many improvising European and American luminaries. Together, they’re either explosive and impressionistic, wild and lyrical.

All music by Mia Dyberg (KODA) except:
2,6 & 9 by Asger Thomsen (KODA) | 1, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 are improvisations with concepts by Mia Dyberg | 13 was the first sounds made in the studio entering the piece Sweet
Chili Sauce with Burrito by Asger Thomsen | 14 is produced by Peter Rossel Lademann and Mia Dyberg

Recorded and mixed by Peter Rossel Lademann in Copenhagen, January 2017 | Mastered by John Fomsgård, November 2017.
Produced by Mia Dyberg | Executive production by Pedro Costa for Trem Azul | Design by Travassos | Picture by Rossel Moiterl

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