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Øresund Space Collective
www.oresundspacecollective.com
CD Reviews
Black Tomato
Review by Gary Hill
Hawkwind fanatic that I am, I pretty much love all space rock. That means that I’ve enjoyed everything Øresund Space Collective have done.


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Chatoyant Breath
Review by Gary Hill
This new release from Øresund Space Collective continues their fine instrumental space rock tradition. As is the case with the rest of their catalog, these jams are improvised.

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Dead Man In Space
Review by Gary Hill
I believe this is actually going to be available first and foremost as an LP.
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Dead Man in Space CD
Review by Gary Hill
This is the CD release of the LP only disc I reviewed last year. That said, some changes have been made here.

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Different Creatures
Review by Gary Hill
To a large degree you really know what you are going to get when you spin a new album from OSC.

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Dr Space's Alien Planet Trip Vol 1
Review by Gary Hill
I am not positive that this was released under the OSC name because it's not listed as that on the cover.

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Entering into the Space Country
Review by Gary Hill
I believe this album from OSC is a vinyl only release.

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Experiments in the Subconscious
Review by Gary Hill

Any time you put in a new album from Øresund Space Collective you have a good idea of what you are going to get. This set is no exception.


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Four Riders take Space Mountain
Review by Gary Hill
Øresund Space Collective is one of the most consistent acts on this (or presumably any) planet. Yet, each album is still different.

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Give your Brain a rest from the Matrix
Review by Gary Hill
I have always liked this band. I have to say that this disc, though, is a real change.

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Good Planets are Hard to Find
Review by Julie Knispel
I have been listening to Good Planets Are Hard To Find, the latest release by Øresund Space Collective, for a few days now, and I am at a loss.
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Hallucinations Inside the Oracle
Review by Gary Hill
I'm a big fan of this band. I like pretty much everything they do. Their brand of space rock is always improvised.

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Inside Your Head
Review by Gary Hill
The latest release from OSC, this disc showcases what makes them so great – killer improvised space rock. As always Hawkwind is a big influence, but they seem to be stretching out, too.
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It's All About Delay
Review by Gary Hill
This modern space rock band have released their second disc for Record Heaven/Transubstans. A double disc collection, this is possibly even better than its predecessor.
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Kybalion
Review by Gary Hill
These guys never disappoint. They always deliver effective instrumental space rock.

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Live at Roadburn 2010 Vinyl
Review by Gary Hill
This disc, as one might guess, a live album, from OSC is available only on vinyl, a two record set.

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Live in Berlin 2018
Review by Gary Hill
Øresund Space Collective's brand of space rock is improvised, always. That means each performance is unique.

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Music for Pogonologists
Review by Gary Hill
The newest album from Oresund Space Collective, this is a double disc set.

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Ode to a Black Hole
Review by Gary Hill
Any album from OSC is an interesting ride. This time around, it really feels like a journey through space.

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Oily Echoes of the Soul
Review by Gary Hill
When it comes to instrumental space rock, you really can't go wrong with Øresund Space Collective. I pretty much love everything that has been released under that moniker.

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Organic Earthly Flotation
Review by Gary Hill
This new album from Øresund Space Collective delivers.

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Sleeping with the Sunworm
Review by Gary Hill
Øresund Space Collective’s form of space rock is always improvised.

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Universal Travels
Review by Gary Hill
I've always enjoyed the music Øresund Space Collective creates. It's space rock that's always improvised.

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Visions of...
Review by Gary Hill
I always like this band. Their brand of space rock is all improvised.

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Øresund Space Collective
Review by Gary Hill
This Swedish/American outfit performs improvised instrumental space rock. Now, mind you this really isn't Hawkwind like space rock, but a more ambient, almost Tangerine Dream like version of the genre.
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ØSC meets BMC - Freak Out In The Fjord
Review by Gary Hill
The first thing that needs to be mentioned is the artist name. I've put this under Øresund Space Collective, but technically it is Øresund Space Collective and Black Moon Circle as a joint project.

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Interviews
Øresund Space Collective
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Øresund Space Collective From 2006
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Øresund Space Collective
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Scott Heller of Øresund Space Collective from 2010
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Øresund Space Collective
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Mogens and Dr. Space of Øresund Space Collective from 2011
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Øresund Space Collective
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Dr. Space of Øresund Space Collective from 2018


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Øresund Space Collective
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Scott Heller of Øresund Space Collective from 2020


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Related Articles
3rd Ear Experience - 3rd Ear Experience with Dr Space - Ear to Space
Review by Gary Hill

This was a disc I was pre-determined to enjoy. I like space music, a lot.


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Dr. Space - Alien Planet Trip Vol 2- Gloomy Horizon (vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill

I reviewed the first set in this series a while ago. I apparently made a mistake when I did that one and put it under OSC.


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Doctors of Space - Covid Sessions
Review by Gary Hill
Doctors of Space is Dr. Space (Øresund Space Collective, Black Moon Circle and more) on synthesizer with Dr Martin Weaver (Wicked Lady, Dark) handling drums, bass and guitars.

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3rd Ear Experience - Danny Frankel's 3rd Ear Experience
Review by Gary Hill
You can always count on 3rd Ear Experience for quality space rock styled music. I think this might be their strongest album, though, so that says a lot.

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Dr. Space - Dr Space's Alien Planet Trip Vol. 6- Space with Bass II
Review by Gary Hill
Dr. Space is probably best known for Øresund Space Collective, but he's really involved in so many projects.

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Dr. Space - Dr. Space's Alien Planet Trip Vol 4- Space with Bass
Review by Gary Hill

Dr. Space is the main guy behind Øresund Space Collective.


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Dr. Space - Dr. Space's Alien Planet Trip- Vol. 5 Search In Of
Review by Gary Hill
When it comes to Dr. Space and his band Øresund Space Collective (or any of his other projects), you know you will get space music at least to some degree no matter the release.

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Dr. Space - Dr. Space's Cosmic Alliances: Volume One - Deep Space Day Trip
Review by Gary Hill
Dr. Space is otherwise known as Scott Heller, and he's the main guy behind Øresund Space Collective. He's always been involved in other projects, too.

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Doctors of Space - First Treatment
Review by Gary Hill

This collection of instrumental space rock pieces is solid and classy. One of the trio responsible for this is Oresund Space Collective's Dr. Space, and you can always count on good space music from him.


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Black Moon Circle - Flowing into the Third Dimension (vinyl LP)
Review by Gary Hill

This album is made up of two epic length pieces of instrumental space rock.


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Aural Hallucinations - Hearing what you want to See
Review by Gary Hill
This is just one track that is nearly 79-minutes long. I suppose that technically makes it a single, but that would be a real stretch of the imagination and the definition.

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Bland Bladen - I Grevens Tid
Review by Gary Hill
Sharing personnel with Øresund Space Collective, this disc also shares some musical ground with that outfit.
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Dr. Space - Lost in the Space Time Continuum
Review by Gary Hill
Dr. Space is a busy guy. In addition to his main act Øresund Space Collective, he seems to appear and work on all kinds of other projects.

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Cosmic Cassiopeia - Music for Late Night Listeners
Review by Gary Hill
Dr, Space (Scott Heller) must be one of the busiest musicians on the planet - or perhaps more appropriately, in the galaxy.

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Various Artists - Poetry of the Air: A Collection of Love Letters to Music from Musicians written by Gary Hill
Review by Greg Olma
I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 


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The Sonic Shaman - Tribute to Lemmy (double vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill
This vinyl double album is dedicated to the late great Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister. Don't expect music that sounds like Lemmy here, though.

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Astral Magic - Visions of Infinity
Review by Gary Hill
This album is nearly a one-person release. That musician is Santtu Laakso (of Dark Sun), who is responsible for all music and lyrics, all instruments, vocals and programming.

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