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Spiral
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Spiral (12")
Cat: OLS 004. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Spiral (10:28)
  2. Q (12:00)
Review: A firm favourite throughout the summer, "Spiral" is Terje at his most 'big room'. Driven by crisp synths and a dynamic chord progression, there's an overwhelming sense of progressiveness throughout that isn't dissimilar to that of Eric Prydz. "Q" continues this mainstage motif with a bold, loopy construction which builds and builds without ever being too over the top. Next level business.
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Delorean Dynamite
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Cat: OLS 007. Rel: 02 Jun 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Delorean Dynamite (disco mix)
  2. Delorean Drums
  3. Oh Joy (disco mix)
  4. Oh Joy-lude
Review: Given that it was one of the most jaw-dropping dancefloor moments on Todd Terje's recent debut album, it's perhaps little surprise to find "Delorean Dynamite" dropping as a single. The version here (the "Disco Mix", no less), is a surging, shimmering chunk of Back To The Future-inspired synth disco - all undulating Italo-style appregios, bold chords, catchy guitar hooks and rush-inducing builds. In all honesty, it sounds like another Terje anthem in waiting. The included drum track - "Delorean Drums" - is inspired, too, and re-casts the strobelight original as a carnival-friendly percussive assault. There's more grandiose, wide-eyed Scandolearic disco in the shape of "Oh Joy (Disco Mix)", which sounds like vintage Lindstrom after a fist full of happy pills. Put simply, it's stunning.
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It's The Arps EP
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Cat: OLS 001. Rel: 24 Jul 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Inspector Norse (6:40)
  2. Myggsommer (3:23)
  3. Swing Star (part 1) (4:19)
  4. Swing Star (part 2) (6:44)
Review: Given that Todd Terje's first original material in some five years resulted in one of last year's highlights with the Running Back released Ragysh, it's natural he would want to leave some space before following up. The first of a series of EPs crafted from using one bit of vintage gear in particular, It's The Arps sees Terje dabble with the intricacies of the Arp 2600 analogue synthesizer as well as pay homage to his favourite Monty Python sketch. This is just as nerdy as you'd expect from a man who recently launched a website with the specific intention of exploring the obsessive studio nature of his contemporaries. The aforementioned "Inspector Norse" is an obvious highlight here, slowly unfurling gorgeous layers of playful synthesis that grapple the simplistic drums with flirtatious delight. Naturally for someone who spends most weekends of the year in a nightclub, Terje demonstrates a real prowess for building up the track, teasing your senses once before unleashing the mid point monstrous moment. It makes for another signature track from Terje which is likely to engender a rapturous reception for many months to come. Alongside it, "Myggsommer" provides a brief, twee interlude into oddball sci fi soundscapes which again prove to highlight the Arp 2600's capacity for inventive and idiosyncratic sounds. From here Terje unveils a two part skywards saunter through "Swing Star" showcasing a more dextrous manipulation of the Arp 2600's melodies across the markedly more rhythmic upbeat first part and expansive luxurious cosmic subsequent endeavour. Whilst "Inspector Norse" is guaranteed to be the one track from this release you will hear in the international discotheques, the remainder of It's The Arps serves as a excellent reminder of Terje's ever growing talent as a producer.
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Jungelknugen (remixes)
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Cat: OLS 017. Rel: 24 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Jungelknugen (Four Tet remix) (7:49)
  2. Jungelknugen (Prins Thomas remix) (8:59)
Review: Todd Terje has yet to release the original version of "Jungelknugen", but he's decided to release these remixes anyway. It makes sense: as you'd expect, both are top notch. Four Tet handles the A-side, delivering a version rich in Italian dream house style pianos, swirling synthesizer chords, jazzy musical touches, analogue bass and the kind of live-and-loose beats that the veteran prodicer has become famous for. It even boasts a rush-inducing breakdown for those 6AM "Scandolearic" moments. On the flip, Terje's old pal Prins Thomas takes the track in a different direction, fusing Terje's piano motifs with bleep style sub-bass, psychedelic electronics, and some swinging disco beats of his own.
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It's Album Time
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It's Album Time (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: OLS 006LP. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. It's Album Time (intro)
  2. Leisure Suit Preben
  3. Preben Goes To Acapulco
  4. Svensk Sas
  5. Strandbar
  6. Delorean Dynamite
  7. Johnny & Mary (feat Bryan Ferry)
  8. Alfonso Muskedunder
  9. Swing Star
  10. Oh Joy
  11. Inspector Norse
Review: He's taken his time, but finally Norwegian nu-disco legend Todd Terje has delivered a debut album befitting his immense talents. While there are plenty of examples of his vibrant, synth-heavy dancefloor style on It's Album Time - see "Delorean Dynamite", "Inspector Norse", "Strandbar" and the Lindstrom-ish grandiosity of "Oh Joy" - what really makes it such an essential set are the curious turns and oddball moments. Samba, jazz and easy listening get the Terje treatment on "Alfonso Muskedunder", "Leisure Suit Proben" and "Svensk Sas", while there's a welcome dose of wide-eyed Balearica on the tweaked "Swing Star" (one of a string of previously released cuts on the album). Most interesting of all, though, is "John & Mary", a woozy, Roxy Music style cover of a Robert Palmer classic featuring the effervescent Bryan Ferry.
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The Big Cover Up
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The Big Cover Up (double 12")
Cat: OLS 013. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Firecracker (6:30)
  2. Disco Circus (8:06)
  3. Baby Do You Wanna Bump (5:31)
  4. La Fete Sauvage (8:04)
  5. Baby Do You Wanna Bump (Daniel Maloso remix) (5:31)
  6. Firecracker (Dan Tyler remix) (6:35)
  7. La Fete Sauvage (Prins Thomas remix) (7:53)
  8. Disco Circus (Oyvind Morken remix) (5:17)
Review: Todd Terje & The Olsens come correct with their first recorded material after an extended bout of them treating festival audiences to some of the Norwegian's best-loved material, not to mention some killer cover versions. Indeed it's the latter, oft-derided method of recording that forms the basis of this delightfully-presented double pack (we love a good Big Trouble In Little China reference) as Terje and the group rip through renditions of some disco standards from Martin Circus, YMO, Vangelis and more. Given Terje's lengthy range of official and under-the-counter edits, news of this new project makes perfect sense to us. In addition to these cover versions, Olsen have also commissioned some remixes with arch Terje colluder Prins Thomas involved along with Comeme artist Daniel Maloso.

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