Improvised duo set with Dutch drummer Onno Govaert at Q-factory in Amsterdam May 11. at 15:45
Uuskyla Øgrim & Berg plays at the opening day of DOM Cultural Centre festival in Moscow May. 19.
Oslo's Kafé Hærverk launch vinyl label. A live recording of Uuskyla Øgrim & Berg with Harri Sjöström will be the label's third release.
Working on audio-visual art installation inspired by recycling at Fossekleiva kultursenter with Peter Knudsen, opening June 15.
Sound-tracking, producing and composing for school show at Stovner vgs.
(21 May 2018)
Simlas releases Oslo Hærverk, recorded at Kafé Hærverk in Oslo by Uuskyka Øgrim & Berg
(11 May 2018)
Simlas releases The Leif by the guitar duo The Leif (Magnus Tenge/Tellef Øgrim
(6 December 2017)
(24 November 2017)
(1 November 2017)
(1 September 2017)
Simlas produksjoner releases Tellef's new, acoustic solo-album named What Is It
(12 August 2017)
Freejazzblog reviews Ullr
(27 March 2017)
salt peanuts reviews Ullr
(8 February 2017)
AllAboutJazz reviews Ullr
(31 January 2017)
Unfretted.com reviews Ullr.
(17 January 2017)
Ullr is available for streaming. At Amazon and Bandcamp, also as CD.
(13 January 2017)
Simlas produksjoner releases the album Ullr with Peeter Uuskyla / Anders Berg / Tellef Øgrim Trio.
(14 November 2016)
Simlas produksjoner releases the album PassiveAggressive by the Swedish band RatedX (Patrik Ehrnborg guitars Mike Lloyd trumpet & electronics Johan Björklund drums & electronics)
Tellef 's second solo album, following up Some Dodos Never Die (2004), is named Fat Fit, and is out on Simlas Produksjoner here. (9 September 2016)
The Leif plays at ÖN-festivalen, Morgondagens Ekologiska Öl-kafe, Bicks Smart Environment, St. Hallvards Bistro, Hendriken (2016)
Avant Music News writes about KÖLEN:
"....it’s possible to hear in these largely hard-edged pieces an aural image of craggy stone thrust up into thin, twilit air"
Kölen is out
The Leif plays at the veranda
Tellef discusses music business with himself
Ung Pike Forsvunnet goes to Nesbyen
Tellef tries to find out if Norwegian biofuel production can survive