Nattefrost

Bjorn Jeppesen out of Denmark.
Nattefrost
Matzumi - In Mutatio Tempora

Artist: Matzumi
P: 2011
This CD played by Matzumi comes with two tracks, where Nattefrost and F.D. Project join the music. The result is emotinal Berlin School based sequencer music with nice melodies and sometimes the voice of Matzumi, that goes right into the heart.

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Nattefrost + Matzumi - From Distant Times

Artist: Nattefrost + Matzumi
P: 2012
The mix of this two talents is the essence of their music. Berlin School meets soundtrack melodies.


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Nattefrost - 20 Years of Nattefrost

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2016
A special birthday present to Bjorn Jeppsen alias Nattefrost. Various artists from the European electronic music scene interpreting compositions of Danish electronic genius Nattefrost. Among them projects as Mythos, Dithmar, Circus of Air, Herzinfarkt, Sonnenbrandt, Tor Brandt. and many others

 

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Nattefrost - Absorbed in Dreams and Yearning

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2006    
Nattefrost is a project by Danish musician Bjørn Jeppesen. “Absorbed In Dreams And Yearning” is his second solo-album. On this record, Jeppesen cleverly mixes influences from the Berlin School with ambient sounds that have a certain “Scandinavian” feeling.
Jeppesen’s music is based on nice and quite easily accessible sequencer lines that frame his music.
The first track “The Battle That Lasted Eternally” already clearly shows his capabilities with a fine and soft sequencer track. The album has some long tracks (well, if eleven minutes is “long” in electronic music!), as well as a number of short pieces.
“Through Clear And Frosty Nights” and the title track are Bjørn’s most retro-sounding compositions on the album with great sequencer patterns and soloing. The melody at the end of the title track is great.
In “Valhal” the mix between Berlin School and ambient can be heard well. But, as is the fact on the whole of the album, the accessibility stays in tact and this combination is nicely done.
Nattefrost is a name that has to be kept in sight. And maybe Jeppesen has invented a new style of electronic music: the Scandinavian School.

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Nattefrost - De Som Sejrede + Vejen Til Asgard

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2007  
With "De som Sejrede" Bjørn Jeppesen aka Nattefrost takes you on a journey to gloomy Nordic landscapes by means of ambient, classically-influenced electronic sound. Whereas his 2004 EP called "Vejen til Asgård" featured some rhythmic berlinesque material, this album, released during the same year as "Vejen.." is focused on beatless, flowing, dark passages, where symphonic keyboards and epic Scandinavian atmospheres play an important role. There is, however, some rhythmic movement present on some tracks in the form of slow electronic pulse.
The re-release of De Som Sejrede has also 2 new bonustracks. The original release was limited to 200 copies back in 2003.
The re-release of the EP Vejen til Asgard has also 3 new bonustracks, which are realesed here for the first time. The original release was limited to 166 copies back in 2004.

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Nattefrost - Different Stages

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2014

"Different Stages" refers to the recordings from 4 live concerts held in 4 countries - Sweden (2010), Germany (2012), the Netherlands (2010) and the UK (2012) - everything professionally recorded and mixed.

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Nattefrost - Dying sun / Scarlet moon

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2010
This album was recorded between May 2008 and September 2010 at Nattefrost Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark and at Nattefrost Mobile Studio at various locations.
Mastered in September 2010 by Ron Boots.
Nattefrost is Bjørn Jeppesen
All tracks composed, performed and produced by Bjørn Jeppesen except for:
“Die Kinder der Erde”, which is composed and performed by Kathrin Manz (Matzumi) and Bjørn Jeppesen.
“Close encounter” is composed and performed by Michel van Osenbruggen (Synth.nl) and Bjørn Jeppesen.
“The Swan” is composed by Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns.
“My wake up” is composed by Heidi Mortenson.
Bjørn Jeppesen - All hardware & software synthesizers, vocoders and other various electronic equipment.
Jerome Polenz - speech on “Ghosts from the north”

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Nattefrost - Futurized

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2013
The album includes 10 electronic tracks and also features a few guests a. o. Michel Moers, the great vocalist of the Belgian pioneers Telex.
The album will be released as a digipak CD with 8 paged cover.
The music is very synthetic, energetic and melodic but at the same time also very relaxing and chilly.

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Nattefrost - Homeland

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2014
The new and 12th Nattefrost album entitled “Homeland” includes 6 tracks inspired by ancient Scandinavia. The music is a mixture of orchestral electronic music and vintage electronics with a lot of arpeggio sequences and melodic themes.
Very much in the style of the NATTEFROST era 2003-2007.
All tracks are instrumental and the title track runs for more than 20 minutes making it the longest NATTEFROST track ever.

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Nattefrost - Live in Germany

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2010    
Live in Wuppertal (2008), and Bielefeld (2009). With Robert Schroeder on guitar.
Many sequencer and melodies on different EM styles.
All tracks composed by Bjorn Jeppesen except for Kopenhaachen & Perfectly Connected wich were composed by Robert Schroeder-Trebor and Bjorn Jeppesen
The Swan was composed by Charles-Camille Saint-Saens
Nattefrost is Bjorn Jeppesen

Bjorn Jeppesen - synthesizers, vocoder
Phil Molto (Robert Schroeder) - on track 3 and 4

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Nattefrost - Repackaged

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2010
In the year 2004 there were 2 Nattefrost releases - both inspired by the ancient Scandinavia. 'De som sejrede...' - an album of 10 great symphonic Dark Ambient tracks. And the EP 'Vejen til Asgård'. Both sold out a few years ago - but now finally available again. This time on 1 CD and with 2 previously unreleased bonus tracks. And, of course, digitally remastered.

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Nattefrost - Skaldic Themes

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2017
The new Nattefrost album includes 5 tracks in the same vein as the "Homeland" album.
Guesting on the album are Sarah Elgeti and the Danish / German band Navigator.

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Nattefrost - Transformation

Artist: Nattefrost
P: 2008    
All tracks composed, performed & produced by Bjørn Jeppesen.
Except for “Perfectly connected” and “Kopenhaachen” which were composed, performed and produced by Robert Schroeder-Trobor and Bjørn Jeppesen.

Nattefrost is Bjørn Jeppesen: All hard- and software synthesizers & vocoders.

Special guests:
Guitars on “Perfectly connected” and “Kopenhaachen” played by Phil Molto.
Vocoder on “A new direction” by Ute Stemmann

“Transformation” is the third album by the Danish electronic musician Bjørn Jeppesen, a.k.a. Nattefrost. With the first two CD’s “Absorbed In Dreams And Yearning” from 2006 and “Underneath The Nightsky” from 2007, Bjørn gained rather a following with his fresh new look on electronic music.
Fine melodies, nice rhythms, Berlin School influenced sequences and ambientsounds with a certain “Scandinavian feeling” were the key elements of these two great records. His new album is called “Transformation”. With this title, you might ask if Bjørn transforms musically on this CD. No, this is (happily) not the case. But there is certainly some change noticeable in his music. This change means that Bjørn explores the melodically side of his music some more on “Transformation”. Therefore the music has become quite assessable and might appeal a lot of people.
It already starts with the really wonderful first track, “Decadence” with an excellent sequence, a soft rhythm and a superb solo. Jean Michel Jarre at his best greets here. This is also the fact on the outstanding “A Path less followed”. Again, as was the fact on “Underneath The Nightsky”, Robert Schroeder gives a hand by co-composing two tracks, “Perfectly Connected” and “Kopenhaachen” (the capitol of Jeppensen’s home country, Denmark). Phil Molto plays some strong guitarparts on these compositions.
With “Transformation”, Nattefrost is growing and that is not only a good thing for Bjørn but also for electronic music in general.

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Nattefrost - Underneath The Nightsky

Artist: Nattefrost & Robert Schroeder
P: 2007
Recorded between January 2006 and January 2007 at Nattefrost Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark and at Nattefrost Mobile studio in Odense, Denmark
All tracks composed, performed & produced by Bjorn Jeppesen except Winterland by Bjorn Jeppesen and Robert Schroeder-Trebor

Nattefrost (aka Bjorn Jeppesen) - All hardware & Software synthesizers, vocoders and other various electronic equipment
Ute Stemmann - Speech on "Translogical Movements"
Phil Molto - guitar

Introducing the second album by the Danish electronic musician Bjørn Jeppesen, also known as Nattefrost. His previous cd “Absorbed In Dreams And Yearning” showed on one hand a familiar sound but on the other hand also a fresh new look on electronic music. He cleverly mixed influences of the Berlin School with ambient sounds and a certain “Scandinavian feeling”. “Underneath The Nightsky” is a continuation of this but again goes somewhat further. Bjørn’s music is melodical, accessible and has a rich and varying sound. Take, for instance, a piece like “Searching For A Distant Planet” which has a slight Gothic atmosphere, a fine rhythm, a nice solo, beautiful sounds and a great overall way to it. Sometimes the (earlier) sound of Jean Michel Jarre comes to mind while listening to Jeppesen’s composition.
This is happening in the tracks “Observing Emotions” (listen to that solo!), “The Pleasure Of Tranquility” and “The Magic Of Forgotten Times”. Well, this last thing is indeed a little bit the case on “Underneath The Nightsky” but Bjørn keeps it also a little modern and that is nicely done. And then there is the excellent melodic “Winterland” that he composed and played together with no one less than Robert Schroeder.
This album shows the growth of a fine new talent. A talent that deserves to be listened to…
   

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Remember Green - Electro Shock

Artist: Remember Green
P: 2011
Modern, catchy, fast rhythmic synthesizer tracks. With Nattefrost on one track.

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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.252  05/16
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 252
05/2016
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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.271 12/17
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 271
12/2017
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Various Artists - Awakenings 2006 Volume 2

Artist: Various Artists
P: 2006
This is the nice collection of Ambientlive with new tracks by the listed artists.

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Various Artists - Dreams of my Space

Artist: Various Artists
P: 2008

Someone who believes that one can find the best electronic music only on already published CDs, might perhaps be proved wrong. Maybe you have not noticed the many artists without record contract, presenting their music on the Internet, especially on MySpace.com. Here you can find several undiscovered talents presenting themselves with often amazingly good music. Sometimes, even in comparison to professional releases, you can find extraordinary good music, which is worth-while to be published and also worth-while to be supported to gain much more attention. Motivated by this point of view, the idea for a compilation series with international artists of the EM came into being. On the first CD DREAMS OF MY SPACE - Vol.1 artists from Denmark, Finland, France, Spain, Australia and Germany are presented. Endowed and undiscovered talents who create these soundsculptures, which shift us into most pleasing and magic moods that were played with synthesizers, computers and electronics. "Thanx For The Add" is an idiom on MySpace.com which is a kind of "thank you message" for the admission as a friend. ROBERT SCHROEDER, the producer of the compilation, also says "Thanx For The Add" to the artists, because their co-operation made these marvelously spherical and relaxing CD possible at all.The Frenchman KRISTALIUM is one of the highlights and surely should have a promising future. He creates simple, bizarre soundscapes with clear, simple and accessible melodies - earworms. However McCartnoTron from Germany reminds one rather of KRAFTWERK and his song "Unterseeboot" (submarine) is a new and interesting kind of vocoder music. Guido Negraszus lives in Australia and is represented with two tracks on that CD. Fantastic guitar melodies are combined with clearly structured basics, simply doing good in a beautiful sound, one comes into momentum, drifting into far-away thoughts. As a bonus track, the title "Kopenhaachen" from Nattefrost is added. The track is a co-production of Björn Jeppesen and Robert Schroeder, the only artists on the CD which already own a contract with a record company.

Produced by ROBERT SCHROEDER

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Various Artists - E-Live 2010

Artist: Airsculpture, Mark Jenkins,
Picture Palace Music,Nattefrost
P: 2010
LTD 500
7  new tracks, exclusive for this CD.

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