Sunday Music goes deeper and depper with this fantastic album release. It reflects the love of label owner Henrik Schwarz for jazz, contemporary and chamber music. When norwegians electro-jazz pioneer Bugge Wesseltoft and Henrik Schwarz (!K7/ Innervisions) produced their collaboration "Duo", it was clear that their synergy was both unique within, and revitalizing to, the whole genre of electro-acoustic beat-based improvisation. Now the duo becomes a trio, and the dialogue becomes a Trialogue. Indie/ Jazz Bassist Dan Berglund (e.s.t., Ane Brun) brings additional dimensions and a whole new range of songwriter possibilities, a completely new layer of sound, Tastefully chosen electronic rhythmic patterns and drums, virtuosic piano playing, analog synthesiers, thumping double bass lines. Subtle but high energy walks through your speakers. Moments of quasi-ambient atmosphere sit alongside driving energetic swathes of blues-inflected jamming from the future, near-metallic semi-sinister meteor storms of sound rest easily beside moments of classic jazz noire, and there is a marked assimilation of classical chamber sensibilities. This is a thoroughgoing post-postmodernist soundworld. What the listener will recognise instantly is, simply put, great music. BUGGE WESSELTOFT (Keys/Percussion) Since 1990 Bugge Wesseltoft has constantly evolved his sound, restlessly exploring new territory, rarely (if ever) looking back over travelled roads. He has worked with some of the best-known and respected names in jazz, such as Jan Garbarek, Nils Petter Molvaer, as also toured/ played with Laurent Garnier, Joaquin Joe Claussell, collaborates with Ricardo Villalobos.