Norwegian music industry’s export facilitator and promotional organisation.

Week 39 in review

By Erlend Buflaten Posted: 26. Sep, 2015

by:Larm 2016 kicks off with early bird prices

We havent’ even gotten in to October yet, but by:Larm is gearing up for their festival and conference in March next year. Kicking off with early bird prices on delegate passes and announcing new international by:Larm ambassadors.

Read more

Carl Louis talks about his new album and shares his three favorite Norwegian albums

This week marked the release of Carl Louis’ much anticipated debut album ‘Telescope’. We asked him to tell us a about how it was working on the album and to pick three of the most special albums in his collection.

Read more

A-ha set to play rock in Rio for first time in 25 years

It’s 25 years since the last stood on the stage at Rock in Rio, and 30 years since they released their first album ‘Hunting High and Low’. This is all marked with a special show at Rock in Rio this Sunday with the release of their new album ‘Cast in Steel’. The group has already started the South America tour in Argentina, to much joy from their faithful fans.

Read more

‘Firestone’ enter Billboard Hot 100 nearly 11 months after it’s release

After several remixes that all got millions of streams each, Kygo’s first single was released December 1. 2014. This week, nearly 11 months after the track enters the Billboard Hot 100 Chart on #92.

Read more

Kygo still dominates the Norwegian Top 10

It’s been a few week since ‘Firestone’ left the Top 10, but Kygo still keeps a strong presence on the chart with ‘Nothing Left’ at #3 and ‘Here for You’ #5. Once again, Nico & Vinz lead the chart with ‘That’s How You Know’.

Check out the complete Norwegian Top 10 at Spotify

Intertwine premiere new track at NOTION

Interntwine speaks with NOTION Magazine about his special sound and premieres new track ‘Rise’.

Listen to Rise and read the interview


Thank you! Your subscription has been confirmed. You'll hear from us soon.
Sign up for our newsletter