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Founded in 2009

Hedvig Mollestad THOMASSEN - Born 1982-02-04 (Ålesund, Møre og Romsdal, Norway)

The HEDVIG MOLLESTAD TRIO is a musical outfit headed by Norwegian guitarist Hedvig MOLLESTAD THOMASSEN, known for her activity in the new heavy prog outfit EL DOOM & THE BORN ELECTRIC. The band is made up of MOLLESTAD THOMASSEN on guitar, Ellen BREKKEN on double bass, and Ivar LOE BJØRNSTAD on drums. The trio formed in 2011 as an outfit for MOLLESTAD THOMASSEN's jazz and prog rock inspired music ideas to be brought to fruition.

The trio released their debut album "Shoot!" September 23, 2011. The album is heavily based in a bluesy form of jazz fusion as well as a crunchy freeform prog rock reminiscent of LED ZEPPELIN and RUSH.

In 2013 they released their second album, "All of Them Witches", followed by their third, "Enfant Terrible", in 2014, both being very much in the same style as the debut.

Their music will appeal to fans of LED ZEPPELIN, THE MARS VOLTA, MOTORPSYCHO, and other jazz-influenced hard rock bands.

::::Andy Webb::::

See also: HERE ; and WiKi

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4.38 | 8 ratings
Shoot !
4.20 | 10 ratings
All Of Them Witches
2.79 | 10 ratings
Enfant Terrible
3.71 | 7 ratings
Black Stabat Mater
4.00 | 5 ratings
Smells Funny

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5.00 | 2 ratings
Evil In Oslo


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2.79 | 10 ratings

Enfant Terrible
Hedvig Mollestad Trio Heavy Prog

Review by Argonaught

2 stars I have been curious about some recent developments on the Norwegian jazz-rock, fusion and prog scene. One of the newer albums I have given a good couple of listens to was the "Enfant Terrible".

Well, this title describes with uncanny insight and accuracy how I felt about the album: it comes across as infantile and borderline terrible .. jk :)

People who are into prog and contemporary jazz have been spoiled rotten by hundreds, of not thousands of supremely talented bands and musicians.

I can't determine if the Hedvig Mollestad Trio members just lack the necessary skills to play anything like proper prog or fusion, or they purposefully chose to express themselves artistically in this album by sounding like a teenager garage band. The "Enfant Terrible" is unpleasantly loud, coarse and monotonous.

I do not feel this album has contributed much to the (sub)genre.

Thanks to Andy Webb for the artist addition. and to Quinino for the last updates

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