Norwegian DJ/Producer Terje Olsen aka Todd Terje has been previously crowned as the “King of the Summer Jams”. It took Terje more than 5 years to find his own motive and direction toward music production. Gathering disco, techno, 80’s pop and electronic influences in It’s Album Time, the producer shows not only his distinct taste and repertoire, but also his ability to master different musical styles.
In “Delorean Dynamite”, the fancy, exaggerated keys are accompanied by a techno, dance percussion that remains untouched. Multiple changes, blinks and pokes come to our attention as the seven-minute song flows at our ear level.
The more sensual “Preben goes to Acapulco” is a soundtrack, whether there is a film for it or not yet. Warm Cali keys and high-pitched vibrating synths are relaxing, yet still maintain a cheerful mood. More complex is the production of “Alfonso Muskendunder” as the broken beat is intertwined by multiple deep keys, creating a musical journey within an incomparable sophistication.