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Tusmørke
Country
Norway
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Tusmørke is a band from Oslo consisting of Benediktator (Benedikt Momrak) on bass and vocals, Krizla (Kristoffer Momrak) on flute and vocals, The Phenomenon Marxo Solinas (Lars Fredrik Frøislie) on keyboards, and HlewagastiR (Martin Nordrum Kneppen) on drums. They play a kind of progressive rock, and are known for sometimes whimsical costumes. Frøislie is also a member of Wobbler and White Willow; Kristoffer Momrak records as Alwanzatar; and Kneppen is also in Wobbler.
Website
http://soundcloud.com/tusm-rke
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Releases on file (9)
Tusmørke — Leker for Barn, Ritualer for Voksne Tusmørke — Leker for Barn, Ritualer for Voksne
(Karisma KAR, 2019, CD / LP / DL)
Tusmørke — Fjernsyn i Farver Tusmørke — Fjernsyn i Farver
(Karisma KAR142, 2018, CD)
Tusmørke — Osloborgerlig Tusmørke: Vardøger og Utburder, Vol. 1 Tusmørke — Osloborgerlig Tusmørke: Vardøger og Utburder, Vol. 1
(Karisma KAR, 2018, CD / DL)
Tusmørke — Bydyra Tusmørke — Bydyra
(Karisma KAR132, 2017, CD)
Tusmørke — Hinsides Tusmørke — Hinsides
(Svart SVR089, 2017, CD)
Tusmørke — Ført Bak Lyset Tusmørke — Ført Bak Lyset
(Svart SVR401, 2016, CD)
Tusmørke vs Spectral Haze — Elektriske Skrekkøgler og Forhistoriske Framtidsfabler Tusmørke vs Spectral Haze — Elektriske Skrekkøgler og Forhistoriske Framtidsfabler
(Duplicate DUPLO 60 LP, 2015, LP)
Tusmørke — Riset Bak Speilet Tusmørke — Riset Bak Speilet
(Svart SVR270, 2014, CD)
Tusmørke — Underjordisk Tusmørke Tusmørke — Underjordisk Tusmørke
(Termo TERMOCD 011, 2012, CD)

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