Drum Island

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Drum Island
Origin Tromsø, Norway
Genres Electronic
Ambient
Years active 1997
Labels Sony
Apollo
Associated acts Röyksopp
Alanïa
Aedena Cycle
Biosphere
Those Norwegians
Past members Torbjørn Brundtland
Svein Berge
Rune Lindbæk
Ole Johan Mjøs

Drum Island is a former Norwegian electronic music group from Tromsø, officially composed of Torbjørn Brundtland (from Röyksopp), Rune Lindbæk and Ole Johan Mjøs. Svein Berge and Gaute Barlindhaug are contributors. Most music was made by Torbjørn and Svein, nearly nothing was made by Lindbæk although he claim so.[1] Their only release is a self-titled album released in 1997, along with two singles. The album was released on Apollo and Sony. Drum Island - Drum Island was rated 4,5/5 stars by Allmusic.[2]

The album has been mentioned as the "test album" for Röyksopp's Melody A.M. by Beatservice Records founder Vidar Hanssen.[3]

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