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Magne was chosen to open the Carnegie Art Awards event with a live performance, during which he premiered three new songs from his forthcoming solo album.
Magne, Nils Petter Molvaer, Raymond C. Pellicier (a.k.a. DJ Dark Norse) and the ice-sculpting group “Minus” performed twice on February 13, 2004 as part of the Lillehammer WinterArts Festival.
The Norwegian style magazine ‘Hot Rod’ published a lengthy interview with Magne which covered topics from art to music, touring to family life, and much more in between.
Soundtrack music for the film ‘Dragonfly’ (Øyenstikker). Includes audio song samples.
Magne released the EP-single ‘Dragonfly’ (Oyenstikker) in Norway on September 17, 2001; the EP also features soundtrack music for the film of the same title.
Magne was asked to perform his new single ‘Dragonfly’ at the annual HitAwards ceremony in Oslo, after Savoy – who were originally scheduled to perform…
Magne was asked to perform his new single ‘Dragonfly’ at the annual HitAwards ceremony in Oslo, after Savoy – who were originally scheduled to perform – could not get out of New York in the aftermath of the September 11 tragedy.
Soundtrack to Karin Julsrud’s Norwegian horror movie ‘1732 Høtten’ (Bloody Angels). Includes audio song samples.
Soundtrack album to the TV-movie shown in Scandinavia during Jan-Feb 1997. Includes audio song samples.
Soundtrack album for the film ‘Ti Kniver I Hjertet’ (Ten Knives In The Heart). Includes audio song samples.
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