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Seattle, WA music producer Torbjørn has been captivating crowds from the West coast to Europe, with a sonic experience pleasing fans of electronic and hip hop music alike.  His recent release “Cliques EP” (released by ShadowTrix Music) combines the hard hitting hip hop sound of beats heard from Run The Jewels and Kendrick Lamar, and mixes in the sonic characteristics of high-energy electronic producers like G Jones and Ivy Lab. Torbjørn describes his sound as “hip-hop inspired electronic music.” The record showcases high-energy drops, trippy sound design, a collaboration with fellow ShadowTrix Music artist Subduktion, and a remix by Oregon’s Peek Levels.

“A reliable source for cutting-edge, bass heavy tunes

across a variety of styles.” -The Untz

 
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Torbjørn’s journey to develop this hard-hitting sound comes from a long background in music performance and music production. His pursuit in music spans years spent as first violin in his youth orchestra, to years spent abroad studying audio engineering at the Trøndertun Art School (Norway), and the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (England), founded by Paul McCartney.

“Raw lyricism and tasteful production”

-Chris Light, Euphoric.net

 
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After nearly a decade work as a beat composer, record producer, and audio engineering at premier venues across the globe, Torbjørn finds his music growing with every record release, tour, and festival. 2018 saw him perform at Santa Cruz Music Festival, Emissions Festival, Aronnesrocken Festival (Norway), Rekinection Celebration, and Camp Questionmark (Burning Man).

“...even I can see this guy has skills.”

-Respect My Region


#CaseOfTheMondays

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#CaseOfTheMondays is a weekly music show, streamed live on Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, and Periscope, hosted by Torbjørn.

Monday evenings at 8pm Pacific Time, a new hour-long episode streams live, featuring the live performances and select tracks from favorite budding artists and producers.

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