Double LP version. After four studio albums, Papir unleash their first live album. It's surprising it took so long, since the band's shows have long been revered among fans. Recorded at the 2014 Roadburn Festival in Tilburg, Netherlands, where Papir were asked to perform three times. It's the complete recording of the first and finest of these shows that Papir have chosen for this release, and it's all here: Christoffer BrÃ¸chmann's jaw-dropping drum chops, easing from delicate jazzy drumrolls one second into deranged math-psych explosions the next; Nicklas SÃ¸rensen's vast array of guitar styles, blending post-rock drones with majestic wah-drenched soloing; and Christian Becher keeping it all together with his bouncing and booming bass lines, as well as utilizing his groovemaker to make blistering ethereal soundscapes. From the first note, Papir show just how far they've travelled over the span of a few years, catapulting a motoric track off their 2010 self-produced DIY self-titled debut into new soaring heights. The show also reworks "Monday" and "Sunday #2" from Stundum (EPR 007 CD/LP), their first El Paraiso release, and drops a highlight from 2014's IIII (EPR 015 LP) into the equation. As if this wasn't enough, they premiere two tracks with the same stamina, making sure that Live At Roadburn is not just a roadmap of where they've been, but very much an up-to-date snapshot of one of Europe's hardest working instrumental outfits. The album was mixed and mastered by Causa Sui's Jonas Munk from a 24bit multitrack recording.