Tim McConnell makes dark music for dark film

Exit takes you as far from National Romanticism as you get Exit is a drama series as far from Norwegian National Romanticism as you can get. A popular Norwegian-American artist, Tim Scott McConnell, was brought in to compose music for  some of the seasons. One of his songs is known through Bruce Springsteen, who was recently awarded with the National Medal of Arts. The music is dark. Exit has since become the most streamed series in Norway’s history; a fifth of the population saw the show. We met McConnell on his birthday, as he played for a handful of listeners outside Oslo. He made his appearance with he his guita
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Tove Andersson

Tove Andersson is a freelance journalist who writes about travel and culture. She conducts interviews for the street magazine Oslo while writing poetry and fiction. Jeg heter Navnløs (My name is nameless) was published in 2020. Her website is www.frilanskatalogen.no/frilanstove, and she can be reached at tove.andersson@skrift.no.

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