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Ole Martin Volle

My name is Ole Martin Volle, and I’m from Sogndal, Norway. Born in 1991 so I’m turning 22 this year.
I used to play in a band called “The Sex Vikings” but a few years back, the members of the band moved to different parts of Norway, and it was hard to keep practicing together.

I now make all kinds of music as a solo artist, from classical piano music to electronica pop to alternative rock music.

Lately I’ve been trying out almost every genre I can. This is to make sure I evolve technically with the recording and production, but also, and more importantly, to find what style I feel most comfortable expressing myself through.

So far, I favor it being just me and the piano. That’s where I really let myself drift far away, and maybe bring something new and beautiful back with me.

My strongest side, I believe – my passion – is songwriting and composing (usually on a piano or with a guitar).

So far I’ve made over 30 songs, but only a few of them I have felt I have the technical competence to record and produce at the quality I desire. Also I’ve just started singing a few years back, so I still need practice. I feel I’m getting closer though. I would love to release all my songs on a CD, spotify or iTunes some day.

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