Just because you can’t understand what’s being said or what you’re reading, doesn’t mean that you can’t understand the feeling and pure creativity behind the sound. Case in point, Norway’s very own Bjørn Torske.
Armed with his sophomore release on Smalltown Supersound, Torske is continuing on his task to bring his
“skranglehouse” genre to the masses. And by skranglehouse, we mean Torske’s Norwegian take on dub step meets house music with everything else thrown in.
The nine-track album is sure to turn any room into an underground disco/dance floor, which just maybe Torske’s ultimate goal.
Torske’s album Kokning is due out Nov. 2 via Smalltown Supersound.