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Humcrush
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Humcrush is the experimental electronic jazz duo of Ståle Storløkken (keyboards) and Thomas Strønen (drums). They have sometimes worked with vocalist Sidsel Endresen, and in 2016 they expanded to become Reflections in Cosmo. Strønen also works with Iain Ballamy as Food.
Website
http://www.thomasstronen.com/xml/humcrush_home.php
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (5)
Reflections in Cosmo — Reflections in Cosmo Reflections in Cosmo — Reflections in Cosmo
(RareNoise RNR, 2017, CD)
Humcrush with Sidsel Endresen — Ha! Humcrush with Sidsel Endresen — Ha!
(Rune Grammofon RCD2114, 2011, CD)
Humcrush — Rest at Worlds End Humcrush — Rest at Worlds End
(Rune Grammofon RCD2081, 2008, CD)
Humcrush — Hornswoggle Humcrush — Hornswoggle
(Rune Grammofon RCD2055, 2006, CD)
Strønen / Storløkken (Humcrush) — Humcrush Strønen / Storløkken (Humcrush) — Humcrush
(Rune Grammofon RCD2039, 2004, CD)

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