Eivind Johansson Vullum (b.1984) is a Norwegian musician, sound designer and DJ. Vullum has since the early 2000s been active in different bands such as the kraut/psych-pop four-piece Sally Suicide. From there, he ventured into a more electronic direction sonically. He was one half of the hardware techno duo Bloksberg, which made a name for itself with its leftfield techno in clubs both inside and outside Norway. As a DJ and promoter, he presented his concept Klubb Kadabra at the club Blå in Oslo for over three years, focusing on promoting local underground DJs.
Vullum holds a BA in Sound Design from the Nordic Institute of Stage and Studio (NISS) and is currently studying Musicology at the University of Oslo. Over the last few years he has worked in sound design and music production for short films and other visual projects such as the interactive installation Speisa –performed at the Ultima contemporary music festival in Oslo– and for the Kube Art Museum in Ålesund. His most recent collaboration has been with the artist Thyra Dragseth.
Ohms Love is Eivind Johansson Vullum’s debut solo LP. It consists of a selection of tracks made
over a four-year period. Drawing from his experience in field recording, film music composition
and club event curation, Eivind sets forth a seamless collection of melodic and meditative
beat-free music that stands out yet fits in the rich history of Norwegian ambient music. The
form of Vullum’s electronic compositions reflects his background as a sound designer, which
has had a strong influence on the dynamics and the narrative elements in his music. Ohms Love
will be released on HMD Records early 2022.