- 1.Teenage Vision
- 2.Devil's Daughter
Ian Bel is the name behind the video Slave which has had more than 90,000 plays on YouTube.
The man behind the name grew up on a tiny farm not far from Oslo, Norway’s capital and claims to have begun making music “at the height of 100 cm”.
Bel was heavily influenced by a classical pianist mother and folk musician father and by the sounds of a distant relative – legendary Norwegian violinist and composer Ole Bull – echoing down the family bloodline.
Bel sang in a choir, excelled on the piano and guitar – and proved that violin virtuosity is not a genetic certainty – before forming a number of bands during the 90s. In 1997 he cut his first independent album, the gothic Mr Government. Six years later he founded UNO Record Company as a small indie label.
Bel has also composed theme music for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation nation and written a humorous children’s book Martha Martha. His many live performances include a 2008 charity concert for Africa inspired by the UN Millennium Development goals.
The latest Ian Bel production is Fake Factory, a concept album based on a self-penned book about the media industry.
Fake Factory is the biggest factory\ media house in the world, run by the son of Lucifer, Felix. For those who want a career within politics, music- industry, models or any other public related work, Fake Factory is a must. Felix controls in a fearsome way all the magazines and TV\ Radio stations.
Text, music, written and performed by Ian Bel. Copyright Ian Bel.
Participating on "Teenage vision", Richard Lorentz(drums)and Hasse Rosbach(bass) from the band Superfamily (Norway).