Lord Kelvin

Lord Kelvin – Jazznytt (NO)

«William Thomson, Lord Kelvin (26.june 1824 – 17.desember 1907) was a mathematical physicist that performed a number of works in relation to thermodynamics. He was knighted by queen Victoria in 1892 to Lord Kelvin due to his effort to make a transatlantic telegraf line. The name Kelvin derives from the river Kelvin that runs through […]

Lord Kelvin – Milk Factory

    4/5   «Lord Kelvin is a very different beast altogether. Formed of Eirik Hegdal (saxophones, clarinet), Erik Johannessen (trombone) and Gard Nilssen (drums, vibraphone), the trio show a purer connection to jazz, but this brass-heavy formation approach things from a surprising angle. It seems almost unavoidable that they should pay some tribute to the […]

Lord Kelvin – Side 2

«Unique Trio»   The ingenuity and creativety with the growing norwegian jazz-generation seems to be borderless.   Lord Kelvin, hip name by the way, is a trio made up of saxophonist Eirik Hegdal, trombonist Erik Johannessen and drummer Gard Nilssen. Not only are they three of Harald and Sonja´s (norwegian royalty) further most exciting instrumentalists, […]

Lord Kelvin – Dagbladet

«Lord Kelvin is way above absolute zero on their new cd»   «Lord Kelvin is – besides being the british 19th century mathematician and thermodynamicist behind the theory of abosolute zero- still saxophonist Eirik Hegdal, trombonist Erik Johannessen and drummer Gard Nilssen. «Radio Has No Future» is the trio´s second album and picks up the […]