|RCD2007||Supersilent||4 (CD, Album, RE)||Rune Grammofon||RCD2007||Norway||2002|
|BOM24052||Supersilent||4 (CD, Ltd)||Bomba Records||BOM24052||Japan||2005|
The follow-up to the introductory package 1-3, 4 is the album that established the Norwegian quartet Supersilent as an up-and-coming free improv artist, drawing much attention from the magazine The Wire, especially.
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4 (Supersilent album). 1998 studio album by Supersilent. 4. Studio album by. Supersilent. 4 is the second album by Supersilent, released on January 12, 1998, through Rune Grammofon.
6, Supersilent's fourth release. Their 2003 release 6 is their most critically acclaimed album yet, with a focus on gentler and more melodic material. 7, released in 2005, is a DVD concert film showcasing a 2004 performance in its entirety, and is another of the group's most acclaimed works Storløkken is known from nearly a decade's cooperation with Terje Rypdal's Skywards, and in 2007 Supersilent joined with Rypdal at Moldejazz for a concert.
Sten is a member of Supersilent and works as a producer on many releases on the Norwegian label Rune Grammofon. He has also produced Motorpsycho and has worked with Biosphere on an Arne Nordheim tribute album called Nordheim Transformed. Deathprod, self-released demo tape. Treetop Drive 1–3, Towboat (1994), Metal Art Disco. Imaginary Songs from Tristan da Cunha (1996), dBUT Records. Nordheim Transformed (with Biosphere) (1998), Rune Grammofon. Morals and Dogma (2004), Rune Grammofon. All music composed by Supersilent. Arve Henriksen – trumpet, live electronics. Helge Sten – live electronics, production, mixing, recording.
Supersilent's fifth album of "death-jazz", 8 (august 2005 - Rune Grammofon, 2007), following a dvd titled 7 (august 2004), collected shorter performances and was the most ethereal yet of the series. The result was glitchy rhythm-less ambient music. 10, Supersilent's second album as a trio (Arve Henriksen on trumpet and laptop, Ståle Storløkken on piano and keyboards, Helge Sten on guitar, keyboards and laptop), contains unreleased tracks from 8's sessions and some mediocre new material. More material from 8's sessions surfaced on 11.