Jazzland Recordings

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Jazzland Recordings
Founded1996 (1996)
FounderBugge Wesseltoft
Country of originNorway
Official websitejazzlandrec.com

Jazzland Recordings is a Norwegian jazz and improvised music label based in Oslo, Norway, often associated with nu jazz.

It was founded in 1996 by pianist Bugge Wesseltoft[1] to release his "New Conception of Jazz" and operate as a standalone label. There were three divisions of the Jazzland: "Jazzland", "Grüner", and "Acoustic", but these were dropped.



  1. ^ Lofthus, Kai R. (2 March 2002). Jazzland is Home for Electric and Acoustic Jazz. Nielsen Business Media (Billboard). pp. 64–. Retrieved 4 January 2019.

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