Norwegian band WintherStormer must sure as hell make the pillars of heaven shake whenever the electrical arcs of their synths brave the frigid air (Darren Bergstein, e/i Magazine)

WintherStormer is an electronic diffusion tutti band from Norway. The musicians perform with analog gear. They improvise music directly, manually, live and without preprogrammed aid. The music is a mixture of Berlin school electronic music, prog rock, Kraut and free-form improvisation, and they call their music Woodwork.

The band has for over 18 years played concerts, released CDs and participated in festivals, art exhibitions and lectures, and they also arrange analog synth gatherings to build a community for synthesizer music in Norway.

WintherStormer has a new CD out, called "d.e.s.h."

A new review from Sylvain Lupari @ synth&

"... “D.E.S.H.” is a hard-rock-electronic-progressive-psychedelic-noisy album that requires some listenings before savoring the extreme efficiency of 3 musicians who like to defy the order of things. One tames the title-track and the rest will follow with some eye-strokes that will become sources of pleasure. And a bit like Mile Oldfield's Amarok, I enjoyed the experience more with my speakers because the sound range is wide and surprisingly musical for the genre."

The CD can be bought from Groove Unlimited in Holland and CUE Records in Germany.