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The intense, frenzied, polyrhythmic improvised music for guitar, drums and electronics of Moha, the Norwegian duo of drummer Morten Olsen and guitarist Anders Hana, sounded like a cross of atonal jazz master Anthony Braxton and grindnoise master James Plotkin on Raus Aus Stavanger (Rune Grammofon, 2006). After the relatively restrained Norwegianism (Rune Grammofon, 2007), that seemed to value silence as much as noise, the nonstop sonic assault of One-Way Ticket To Candyland (Rune Grammofon, 2008) restored their credentials as manic uncompromising chaos-mongers.

The duo was also part of Ultralyd with Noxagt's bassist Kjetil Brandsdal and a saxophonist that released the noise-jazz experiments of Ultralyd (2003), Chromosome Gun (2005), Throb And Provision (2006), Conditions For A Piece Of Music (2007) and the more propulsive (and less jazzy) Inertiadrome (Rune Grammofon, 2010).

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