This was a concert with Terje Winther, Erik Stormer and Atle Pakusch Gundersen in Mimerlaven - the old iron ore mine in the Swedish city of Norberg - during Norbergfestival 2007 on Friday 27th of July 2007.
WintherStormer got a lot of positive feedback from the crowd, both because of our music, but also because of our gear and the fact that the band performed live and not with preprogrammed backing or laptops. As you can see from all these photos, this was an analogue gearfest with lots of reminicences back to Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze of pre-1980s era. The added electronic guitar from Atle Pakusch Gundersen and the brand new advanced sequencer from Erik Stormer (prototype premiered at this concert) together with moogs, strings and mellotron sounds gave a perfect live feeling in front of large modular analog synthesizers.
A short soundclip from the concert:
Thanks a lot to all that attended, and especially to everyone at SAS - Svenska Analog Sympatisörer.
The Norberg festival is one of the largest electronic festivals in Sweden.
Here are some good photos taken by Conny Fornbäck, used here by kind permission. Check out his website with more photos of WintherStormer and other electronic artists at www.gnapp.seErik Stormer with prototype sequencer
Erik Stormer on modular
Erik Stormer and the rear of prototype sequencer
Terje Winther with analog modular
Terje Winther in deep thoughts, or ...
Terje Winther and his set-upHere are some additional photos taken by Anders Sponton, the owner of the excellent C.A.G. site (Cloned Analog Gear), used here by kind permission:
WintherStormer: Atle Pakusch Gundersen on guitar, Terje Winther on synth, and Erik Stormer on sequencer
Atle Pakusch Gundersen on electronic guitar in the mist at Mimerlaven
Terje Winther (left) and Erik Stormer (right)
Atle Pakusch Gundersen, guitar
Even more photos:
Terje Winther and Erik Stormer at work.
The stage from above.
The stage, side view.
Terje Winther on multimoog
Erik Stormer on sequencer.
Atle Pakusch Gundersen blasting away on guitar.
Atle rolling an iron-ball on the strings, to great amusement
A happy look after the concert
There are always lots of people who gear-spot after our concerts. We like that. Here Erik is showing the new sequencer.