Kristoffer Borgli

Inspector Norse

20 June 2012

Here it is! Todd Terje‘s latest EP was released last January as the debut EP of his own label Olsen (and furiously shared on the net) finally gets the officially official clip for Inspector Norse, first track of the celebrated work created using  the fine ARP 2600 synth .

The clip is an exceprt from Whateverest, a 15min doc about  the unlikely inspiration behind a dance tune produced by Todd Terje called “Inspector Norse”. “Inspector Norse” also happens to be the internet alias of Marius Solem Johansen, a “failed” musician (please note that this is always very a very subjective judgment) living in a small town, producing dance videos and drug recipes for YouTube.

A film by the also Norwegian Kristoffer Borgli (Casio Kids, Young Dreams…) which hopefully he’ll upload to the net soon enough.

Its The Arps artwork
Its The Arps artwork  by Bendik Kaltenborn

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