Jørgen Træen

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Jørgen Træen
Born (1973-04-15) 15 April 1973 (age 46)
Bergen, Hordaland, Norway
Occupation(s)Musician, music producer
InstrumentsGuitar, keyboards, bass guitar
LabelsSmalltown Supersound
Associated actsToy
Golden Serenades
House of Hiss
Sir Duperman

Jørgen Træen also known by his stage name Sir Dupermann (born 15 April 1973r) is a Norwegian record producer, musician (guitar, keyboards and bass guitar) and electronica artist from Bergen. He is best known for his work as a music producer and for the studio 'Duper Studio', which he runs together with Yngve Sætre.[1]


Several Norwegian artists have recorded their albums at the 'Duper Studio'. Among the artists he has cooperated with as a producer is Kaizers Orchestra,[2] The National Bank (on both albums), Sondre Lerche (on the first three albums), Jaga Jazzist ( A Livingroom Hush), Poor Rich Ones (Naivety's Star) and Helén Eriksen (City Dust).[1]

As a musician he is in and has been in bands and projects like noise band 'Golden Serenades', the pop band 'House of Hiss', Toy, 'Slut Machine' and 'Der Brief'. In 2002 he released electronica album Sir Dupermann under the artist name 'Sir Dupermann'.[3]


Within "Slut Machine"
  • 1996: Slut Machine (SlutMachine)
With Lars-Erik Ter Jung
  • 1999: 8.-10. December 1998 (Albedo)
Within "Spunk"
Within "Sir Dupermann"
With Jaga Jazzist
With Magnet
  • 2003: On Your Side (Ultimate Dilemma)
  • 2004: Lay Lady Lay (Ultimate Dilemma), feat. Gemma Hayes
With Lars Horntveth
  • 2004: Pooka (Smalltown Supersound)
  • 2004: The Joker Maxi Single (Smalltown Supersound)
With Sondre Lerche
With Ralph Myerz & The Jack Herren Band
  • 2004: Your New Best Friends (Emperor Norton)
Within Toy duo with Alisdair Stirling
  • 2006: Toy (Smalltown Supersound)
  • 2007: Half Baked Alaska (Smalltown Supersound)
Within "Golden Serenades"
  • 2007: Golden Serenades / Sewer Election (Roggbif Records)
  • 2009: Hammond Pops (+3DB Records)
With Nils Martin Larsen
  • 2011: Endless Repeats (Spoon Train Audio)[5]

With Susanne Sundfør


  1. ^ a b "Dupermenn". Ballade.no. 25 October 2011. Retrieved 23 October 2013.
  2. ^ Marthinussen, Linn-Christin (23 March 2013). "Vanskelig å få til uten Yngve og Jørgen" (in Norwegian). BergensAvisen. Retrieved 23 October 2013.
  3. ^ "Jørgen Træen Band-biografi". Groove.no. Retrieved 23 October 2013.
  4. ^ "Jaga Jazzist – A Livingroom Hush". Discogs.com. Retrieved 23 October 2013.
  5. ^ "Jørgen Træen Discography". Rockipedia.no. Retrieved 23 October 2013.

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