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An unplugged video of the band Oslo Ess performing their song “Hold deg våken”

The third and last of the videos of Oslo Ess on the rooftop in Gamlebyen, and also my favorite. They are all good, but this song has got that little extra something.

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The band “Friends of the dude” performing the song “Death Beat” at Oslo Nye teater.

Another video in the series of alternative live performances for the music web-zine Furore I Harare. Done together with Petter Milde.

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An unplugged live video of the band Oslo Ess performing the song “Gi meg no dritt”

The second part of the video series of Oslo Ess on the rooftop in Gamlebyen.

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An unplugged live video of the band Oslo Ess performing their song “Alt jeg trenger”

The collaboration with “Furore I Harare” for the Øya festival continued, and we wanted to make a few alternative live videos with bands that were going to play at the festival. So once again, I found myself on the rooftop in “Gamlebyen”. Oslo Ess brought along some chairs and a carpet and made it quite nice up there. We had a few beers, filmed a few songs and had a good time. Petter manned one of the cameras, and the sound was recorded with only a single mic. I guess a good microphone (Sennheiser 416) and good placement can do magic.

This is the first video of three with Oslo Ess on the roof, and you can listen to a plugged, punkrock version of the song here.

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Ingeborg Selnes performing the song “It’s Ok”

In the fourth and last video of the Heartcore sessions series, we went on a boat trip and did a cheesy “Postgirobygget” version of the song. This was one of those days when being a video maker is pretty nice. Cruising around in a beautiful wooden boat enjoying the sun and a cold beer. It’s summer and it’s Ok.

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Ingeborg Selnes performing the song “Give Me”

This time we went to their rehearsal room in Nydalen with the full line up of Ingeborg Selnes band. Andreas Milde, Martin Nordby, Are Volmert Sørensen and Ingeborg Selnes.

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Ingeborg Selnes performing the song “Kill the Night”

We arrived safely from the roof in the previous video to the balcony where we shot this video. I wouldn’t say I have a fear of heights, but definitely a dislike. Especially when you’re moving around looking through the viewfinder of the camera rather than looking at your feet.
The drum beat is played through the stereo in the living room and everything is captured with just the one microphone on the mounted camera. Once again it’s with Are Volmert Sørensen on percussion/magazine reading.

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