Mørk is Benjamin Mørk from the island Senja in the northern parts of Norway. The Mørk project started out as a piano based jazz quartet, who has released the two brilliant albums Karasho (2013) and Meantime Lifetime (2015). But lately, Benjamin Mørk has been playing around with analogue electronic equipment, and the solo electronic version of Mørk surfaced with the "Tour De Senja" single in the autumn, and the "Disco in Odd Times" EP released earlier this year.
On this new single, he has joined forces with Frode Larsen from The Band Called Oh, making a super-slick electopop tune with soulful vocals.
released July 1, 2016
Mix by: Poppa Lars
Master: Chris Sansom
Artwork: Jens K Styve (buy his amazing prints at www.jensk.net)
I love the use of synthesizers on this album because it gives me a strong sense of nostalgia, mimicking the sounds of 80's synthesizers while managing to sound authentic and unique, which can be heard consistently throughout. Jack Wilson
An album so powerful that I could listen to it on a loop and probably a classic. Artistically incredible, the tracks are of an intensity that makes me put the volume to the bottom and nothing to fuck the neighbors. Cyber Djinn