Trio Trespassing´s first CD Tranistory Frames includes a world premiere recording of Pär Lindgren's much performed percussion solo Metamorphose and compositions by Niklas Brommare and Jesper Nordin (for instance Nordin´s prize winning work 'calm like a bomb'). But the base of the disc is the group's own 'directed improvisations' based on their own and others' works. This music can be anything from soft orchestral soundscapes to beat-based music that has more similarities to avantgarde rock music. This is borderless music without any sense of artificial crossover. Compositions and improvisations interweave and interact continuously with each other and the description musical journey has seldom been more appropriate. Trespassing was founded in 2004 by percussionist Niklas Brommare and composer Jesper Nordin after their collaboration on the piece Vintage (2003) at IRCAM/Centre Pompidou in Paris, and later joined by violinist Daniel Frankel. The driving force behind the ensemble is a desire to tread on the borders between different styles of music. Trio Trespassing plays compositions interwoven with and interrupted by improvisation. From their base in contemporary music they trespass over into traditional folk music, classical music, electronic music and elsewhere. The music by the group lands somewhere between improvisation and composition, usually taking another piece as a starting point. The working process involves free playing with predetermined conditions such as length, material or direction. Everything is recorded and analyzed and then the process begins again. Nothing is completely free and nothing is completely decided - the frames are transitory. All electronic treatments take place in real-time and the computer is used as an instrument equivalent to that of the violin or the percussion.