fredag den 12. december 2008

Okay.....long time no bullocks...!! We have been lazy, but now we are gonna do something about it. But first we are gonna get pissed tonight.......So heads up in the future cause´this blog is gonna be blasting again. no excuse about studies and...bla...bla...bla this time....Keep tunning in!! Cheers!!

søndag den 26. oktober 2008

The Werneckes

Well....As Jeppe says...Lack of posts. I have been meaning to write about this artist for quite some time, but hasn´t come around to it. Well untill now. So here goes.

The Werneckes is a one man project by a guy named Jacob Moeller, based in Montreal, Canada. He just released his second album (to my knowledge) by the name "Cycle". His music is a compilation of keys, folk musi
c, flanging guitars, loops and much more. You can´t really box it. It´s kind a mellow and i really like it. It makes a great sound carpet for the grey and cold weather outside. You can visit his HP here, where you also can make a purchase of his record.

The Werneckes - Cycling

The Werneckes - The Golem Of Prague

lørdag den 25. oktober 2008

The Cure's '4:13 Dream' stream

First off, allow me to apoligize for the recent lack of posts; exams and general busy'ness (it's a word! or maybe not...) has had us all hanging on the ropes, but hopefully we will manage to make up for the lost time soon. So thanks for still reading.

Secondly - and much more importantly - the new album from the The Cure is ready but if you need to check it out before buying you can listen to the entire thing on their MySpace here (usual less-than-perfect MySpace quality, but hey - it's better than nothing). After the first listen I am very positive and hopeful; it's The Cure the way I've always preferred them: layers of beatiful guitars, firm basslines tieing it all down and Robert's Smiths's vocals filled with desperation, tenderness and madness all at once. It's dark but not without a certain pop sensibility to boot. Confused? No need to be, go listen for yourself, for crying out loud.

lørdag den 4. oktober 2008

Ben Sollee

This song is the perfect sunday song. Ben Sollee has a new record out now. You can listen to more songs of his on his myspace. Enjoy.

Ben Sollee - A Change Is Gonna Come

lørdag den 27. september 2008


I don´t really know that much about this guy, besides that he is from Leeds, England. His describtion of himself or whatever it is, on goes like this "A computer from comet, a piano from the parish church, a broken microphone stolen from university, a herbal nun in the wardrobe, a grizzly bear under my bed and finally a young man from Leeds - Luumu -" But who cares, as long as he makes great music. His style is a mix of electronica and acoustic music. Check it out underneath.


tirsdag den 23. september 2008

Bon Iver live

Sometimes I can't believe my own luck, most recently being in attendance at the Bon Iver show right here in Århus, Denmark saturday night. One of those rare moments when a packed club actually quiets down and listens. My expectations were through the roof, but so was the band's performance - pretty low-key, all seated but playing with an intensity that didnt require anyone standing. Those of you who have been following Justin Vernon and co. online might know that they are out and about playing a new song called Blood Bank - which in my opinion in pretty freakin' great. Here's someones recording of it at another show earlier on the tour:

lørdag den 6. september 2008

Two Danish album debuts this week

We've written about both of these bands earlier concerning their very promising debut EP's, and this week sported a full length album from both! I've had a chance to listen intensely to 'em and I'm already ready to cast my vote for this year's best Danish records. Choir Of Young Believers are more oriented towards a the full-out epic pop, whereas Small excells in the dual-vocal guitarnoise synth pop that goes so well with a sunny day. My music collection has been greatly upgraded with these two releases.
Enjoy a taste below:

Choir Of Young Believers - Next Summer

Small - Comic Girl

torsdag den 28. august 2008

Value of music

Found this on a blog. Take a second to think about it....very interesting!!!

Let's say you bought some tunes at the iTunes Store. DRM free. You don't really like that music and want to resell it to people who like it. How much is it worth? Same price? Less? Nothing?

How much is a digital download worth when you resell it? Think about that for a moment.

mandag den 25. august 2008

Greg Laswell

Here is more music for fans of Teitur, Simon Lynge or just for people who like great songwriting. The guy is Greg Laswell and he has a new record out now called "Three Flights From Alto Nido". You can get it at Go go go

Greg Laswell - Comes and goes

fredag den 22. august 2008

Black Golden Bull

I recently received a couple of tracks from this band "Black Golden Bull". The music is country leaning against americana. They discribe their own music as "low-fi pop, and vocals registering somewhere between Roy Rogers and Sufjan Stevens". Not bad.......that is if it´s true. is. I really think this is great, and you should take a listen to it.
They are signed to the label "Non entity labs".

Black Golden Bull - Ocean Of Land

Black Golden Bull - Buffalo Waltz

torsdag den 21. august 2008

Pictures and Sound

This band is called Pictures and Sound and I don't really know why I like them but I just can't stop listening to them play pop tunes. You have to listen to this for yourself, be careful or you might get hooked like me!!! They have a new album out now. Visit them here.

Pictures and Sound - It's You

Pictures and Sound - Forever to Reach

Okkervil River "The Stand-ins" ready for pre-order

I only just got into Okkervil River with their album The Stage Names, but I've grown more and more fond of them during the past year or so, so it joyed my little heart to find that they've made a new track available for download. You can also pre-order the upcoming album and receive some digital goodies to boot. I've only heard this one song, but it puts me right into the same mood I get from Stage Names; a sort of manic melancholy combined with an urge to dance and sing drunk around a fire. Or something to that effect...

Okkervil River - Lost Coastlines

onsdag den 20. august 2008

Ra Ra Riot

Ra Ra Riot first full lenght effort The Rhumb Line has just hit the streets and is definately worth a listen. Their future seemed glum just a year ago, following the death of drummer and founding member John Pike, but the remaining members decided to go on, and thank you for that. We're in Shins country, but then again - not really. Take a listen below. Enjoy.

Ra Ra Riot - Ghost Under Rocks

torsdag den 14. august 2008

The National reveals new song

I just got back from a few weeks vacation, so what better way to sink back in to normality than by going to a The National show in my home city? Since I've never seen them perform before I didn't quite know what to expect from this bunch of ageing family men... They certainly didn't go all-out rock'n'roll bonkers, but with their particular brand of music in mind, that might have seemed a bit over the top. What they did do was focus on the songs (as they deserve), and play a tight and melancholy show with the odd ballad and/or rock-out ending. Needles to say, I was very pleased with the way things turned out. And even better; they played a brand new tune that could end up really quite amazing when it eventually ends up on an album in the (hopefully) near future. Someone taped it at their Copenhagen gig a few nights earlier, so here goes:

mandag den 4. august 2008

Dr. Dog

According to Dr. Dog music sounds like....
“There’s a little folk, blues, indie rock, soul, bluegrass—and a whole lot of down-home harmonizing. It conjures images of old friends sitting on a porch swapping instruments and just letting the tape recorder run.” I agree with them on this one, take a listen for yourself. Their album "Fate" is out now. Go buy it here.

Dr. Dog - The Breeze

søndag den 27. juli 2008

Conor Oberst

In case any or all of you have missed this, Conor Oberst is releasing an album in his own name with assistance from the so-called Mystic Valley Band in August.I don't know why he has given the Bright Eyes name the boot, 'cos the music is still very recognizably Bright Eyes-y. But nevermind the name - the fact remains that the album is under way and can even be streamed from Oberst's website here. In case you're more of a hands-on kinda guy/girl theres a downloadable track below for you, enjoy.

Conor Oberst - Danny Callahan

fredag den 25. juli 2008

Top 5

So I'm back from a couple of weeks off and here is my top 5 so far this year. It was really hard to cut the list down to 5 albums but here goes...

1. Elbow - Seldom Seen Kid

2. Snowden - Anti
3. Why? - Alopecia
4. Hess is More - Denial is the New Confession
5. Coldplay - Vida la Vida or Death and all his friends

tirsdag den 22. juli 2008

Sigur Rós

Sigur Rós just released their seventh album "
með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust" They have been so kind to put out a stream player with the full album, so you and I can listen to it before we make a purchase. Great idea.....I hope that many other artists will follow their good example. You can listen to the album below.
Ohh and by the way just go buy their album, because it is freakin´ awesome!! Click here to purchase.

Ingrid Michaelson

I recently recieved a mail from this artist. I didn´t really got around to listen to her music. And what a shame, cause she makes great music. Pop music with a hint of Jazz, and then she has a voice that just sends you in orbit around, well at least your stereo. Last year she put out her second record "Girls and Boys".
Her music reminds me of Polly Paulusma, so if you like Ingrid Michaelson, you should definitely check out Polly.
Check out this great video, and click here to visit her hp and buy her record.


Plajia is a Trip-Rock band, as they call themselves, from Montreal, Canada. What is it with these Canadians?? They seem to just keep on producing great music!! And thank god for that...Plajia just released their debut album "Beautiful explosions" on Orange music. Take a listen, and take a look at their new music video. I´m sure you wont be dissapointed.....
Visit them on their hp here.

Plajia - Beautiful Explosion

lørdag den 19. juli 2008

Black Kids album out

With their newly released album Partie Traumatic Blacks are continuing along the path they started out on with their curiously titled debut EP Wizard of Ahhhs. It's indie, it's pop, it's catchy and it's enjoyable. If you're into danceable rock/pop garnered with frantic high pitched boy-girl versus and melodies up the wazoo, chances are you are going to dig this. I like the cocky atiitude that's a sure sign of the bands low average age, best illustrated by this quote from the song I've linked below: "I didn't mean to do you no harm, I just understimated my charm again."Good stuff.

Black Kids - I've Underestimated My Charm (Again)

As always, if you like the music, buy the album.

tirsdag den 15. juli 2008

Fleet Foxes video

Ok, so it hasn't been that long since we wrote about Fleet Foxes and their (amazing) debut album by the same name, but I've just stumbled upon the video for the song White Winter Hymnal, which in my opinion is one of this year's best - that goes for the video as well as for the song...

Thanks to Sub Pop for making at available.

lørdag den 12. juli 2008

The TIWIAE top 5 albums in '08 so far!

Ok, so half the year has past and we thought it wise, or at least interesting, to make an album top 5 list over the last six months. It didn't take long to figure out that the it would be more or less impossible to make one list, since this blog has three writers with common tastes in many aspects, but when it comes to 'best of' lists there could only be trouble should we try to come up with a general TIWIAE list. So we have made our own individual lists (Martin has gone AWOL, but might make his when he get's back). So with no further delay, here goes....

Jakob's top 5

1. The Most Serene Republic - Population
2. Sigur Rós - Með Suð Í Eyrum Við Spilum Endalaust
3. Tokyo Police Club - Elephant Shell
4. Den Sorte Skole - Lektion #2
5. The William Blakes - Wayne Coyne

Jeppe's top 5

1. Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
2. MGMT - Oracular Spectacular
3. Grand Archives - Grand Archives
4. Frightened Rabbit - The Midnight Organ Fight
5. Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes

Assorted runner-ups:
The Dodos, Spleen United, Maria Køhnke, Wolf Parade, The Rhonda Harris, Tone, Salem Al Fakir, Elbow, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and loads more...

Please put your 2 cents in - how does your list look?

lørdag den 28. juni 2008

Weekend Mix

As Jeppe said in a earlier post, it has been awhile since he last put op a post, and that goes for me to. I´m finally done with doing different paper works, and now its summertime.....thank god. To kick in the summer here some great tracks for your pleasure. The first one is from Brassica aka. Michael Anthony Wright, a young guy from London. He is set to put out his new record 21 july at Tartaruga records, which earlier this spring put out Bleeding Heart Narratives debut album "All that was missing we never had in the world". The second track is from the fantastic youngster Khonnor, which we have blogged about aerlier. Its an old track from his first EP "Lost Pets". Though its from 2003 it´s still rocking....!!

Brassica - The Conveyor Belt(On The Way In)

Khonnor - Cantelopps

The Wind Whistles

Of the best things about managing a blog is that people actually send their music to us for us to listen to and possibly write about. Some are great and some are not, but these guys really caught my ear; the Canadian duo The Wind Whistles, whose debut album Window Sills is out now via a Creative Commons license on Aaahh Records (yes, that means you can get your hands on a legal digital copy for free). It's folksy and at times quirky but also sincere, honest and catchy too. Hope you will give them a listen, and don't be afraid to let us know what you think of it.

The Wind Whistles - Man by Name of Denver

Taking a break

I will be taking a break from the blog for a while, I'm going to Roskilde Festival and after that a couple of weeks holiday.
At the Roskilde Festival I will be working for a Danish site called MyMusic, writing reivews of some concerts and I will interview Beta Satan. If you know how to read Danish jump over to the site and check it out, it will be uploaded a couple of days after the festival has ended. I wish you all a great holiday! Here is a couple of songs I know I will be enjoying this summer!

Chris Garneau - Castle - Time

My Morning Jacket - Aluminum Park

tirsdag den 24. juni 2008

Fleet Foxes

As Jeppe just wrote in the previous post, you really need to believe the hype about Fleet Foxes. They mix Beach Boys with a folkish sound and the result is great pop music. Listen to this song and you will be won over. Go buy the album here.

Fleet Foxes - Blue Ridge Mountains

lørdag den 21. juni 2008

Back on track

It's been a while since my last post, the reason being that my aunt passed away rather suddenly 10 days ago. In light of that I haven't been as active in the discovery of new music as I usually am (heck, I only ordered my copy of the Fleet Foxes album a few days ago!...)but I'm feeling more or less back on track. So in absence of a "real" post here's a video that reminds me that life is not only brief, but beautiful. It is, of course, Grand Archives that have managed to infuse both music and video with a little sunshine, enjoy.

edit: the video is also available for download at Sub Pop via this link

fredag den 20. juni 2008

søndag den 15. juni 2008

Mikkel Glasser

This young guy could be the next big thing, I think....listen for yourself. Visit him on his myspace.

torsdag den 12. juni 2008

Happy 100!!!

Wow! We have reached 100 posts. Thank to those of you that read the things we write and listen to the music.
Keep reading and keep buying the music!
We celebrate happy 100 with two great songs from two Spot Fetival artists.

Small - Sunshine Lover

Radio Dept - The Worst Taste In Music

onsdag den 11. juni 2008

Snowfight In The City Centre

While I'm still trying to recover from the weekend's Spot Festival I'm listening to Snowfight In The City Centre and I'm very sad that they are no more. I think they could have been very big if they had released an album and not spilt up. Take a listen for yourself!
Learn more here.

Snowfight In The City Centre - No Lights

Snowfight In The City Centre - Saving Grace

søndag den 8. juni 2008


This years SPOT festival has come to an end. Day three didn´t really live up to the standards of friday's concerts. Some of the hyped concerts turned out to be a bit dissapointing. That said there were some eye openers. Some of the less noticeable artists, gave some great performances, and hey isn´t that what SPOT festival is all about? Discovering some unknown music......

Maia Hirasawa (Great performed pop music)

Susanna (A softer version of Tori Amos. Cant help thinking of a Danish band named Klakki when I listen to her voice)

The Radio Dept. (Synth pop/rock at its best!!)

Telli Bill (Didnt play at the actual SPOT Festival but at an afterparty.......but they should have 'cause they were awsome!!)

Pictures from SPOT Festival

lørdag den 7. juni 2008


(Lise Westzynthius at SPOT 2008)

This year's SPOT festival has received some criticism for not being more focused on the up-and-coming underground bands that need (and deserve) some attention, but from a spectators view friday's line-up was pretty outstanding. And since the three of us spends all our waking hours at the festival we don't really have much time to blog about it, but here are some links to a few of the artists we enjoyed the most yesterday.

Lise Westzynthius (heartfelt and fragile performance from one of Denmark's greatest female songwriters)

Figurines (not surprisingly a solid show)

SMALL (very promising noise-pop act, My Bloody Valentine in bed with Mew)

Salem Al Fakir (Great performance from this swedish guy, a young Stewie Wonder?)

Spejderrobot (Electronica at its best)

Efterklang (friday's last show, ending in a standing ovation from the otherwise seated audience)

torsdag den 5. juni 2008


Ok, so this year's SPOT festival has officially begun, and as promised we will be there for the duration. Or some of us will...Or at least one of us... So as Martin recovered from his long trip and Jakob finished off some school work I was forced to go solo for the evening (if you call going with your girlfriend and one of her friends 'solo').
Calling this day 1 might be stretching it a little, since it's basically just an opening night that differs in style and content from the rest of the festival by show-casing not just Scandinavian artists but acts from all over Europe. I had the chance to go see a double concert with Danish indie-darlings Murder (see picture ) and DAAU from Belgium, none of which have released anything in the last couple of  years. I'v always enjoyed Murder (and singer Bellenz' main act I Got You On Tape) on record and seeing them live was different but just as good.
I had no knowledge of DAAU (Die Anarcistische Abendunterhaltung or The Anarchistic Evening Entertainment, for the non-german speaking readers out there), but they turned out to be great as well. It's not every day you get the opportunity to listen to instrumental heavy/folk/jazz played on cello, double-bass, accordion, clarinet and a drum kit by 5 skinny, sweating and pale young men, and finding yourself thoroughly enjoying the whole thing. I've haven't been able to flush out any free songs for y'all with such short notice but here are some links if you are eager to find out more.

onsdag den 4. juni 2008

Telli Bill @ Spot

Another upcoming band that will be playing at Spot is Telli Bill. It´s a four member band from Aalborg, that used to play a more rock inspired kind of music. But on their latest ep they have gone softer, and i kinda like it. You should check it out, im going too. The rumor is that they are a great live band.
Visit them on their HP here.

Men Among Animals at Spot

Spot Festival is all about upcoming bands and this band is very much an upcoming band. Men among animals play rock ala Figurines and they should be very enjoyable live. I think we are going to take a chance and go see them. Listen for yourself and visit them here.

Men Among Animals - Slow Years

mandag den 2. juni 2008

Ane Brun at Spot

Here is an artist this blog is going to see at the upcoming Spot Festival. Ane Brun is from Sweden and plays folk pop. She reminds abit of a female version of Teitur and on this song he is guest singer. I looking forward to hearing her voice live. Visit her myspace here.

Ane Brun with Teitur - Rubber and Soul

søndag den 1. juni 2008

Spejderrobot, Snöleoparden and Efterklang at Spot

I really don´t know that much about Spejderrobot, except that his real name is Mikael Elkjær. His music is a good portion of electronica, some might call it low ambient. He recently released his first album "Falder baglæns ind i igår", which you can purchase here. If you like his music you can attend his concert at the spot festival where he will be playing friday evening.
Later friday evening you should go heck out Snöleoparden, who had his record debut in march this spring. Go get his record "Snöleoparden" here.
If you a this point isn´t hammered by consuming booze then you should check out the danish constellation Efterklang.

Snöleoparden - Dreng

Efterklang - Him Poe Poe


Spot Festival. Aarhus

The big event next weekend is the Spot Festival held in Aarhus. All of us at TIWIAE is going and you should too. This next weekend we will add some post off bands/artists that will be playing on the Spot festival this year, and that we think would be interresting to hear. We have already posted some artists like, Asinrebekkamaria, Jong Pang, Choir Of Young Believers and Annika Aakjær.
Visit the Spot Festivals HP here.

lørdag den 31. maj 2008

fredag den 30. maj 2008

Rhonda Harris

Another great Danish band for you; The Rhonda Harris is Danish composer, producer and singer Nikolaj Nørlund's band project that releases albums every now and then. I've found their previous albums to be of some what unstable quality, but their latest effort Here's The Rhonda Harris had me hooked from the get-go. Nørlund is often described as the godfather of Danish indie music (whatever that means...), and the fact remains that he has collaborated with pretty much every Danish artist worth giving a damn about, but with this record there's no doubt that he makes a great presence up front himself.
Album opener:

torsdag den 29. maj 2008

Jong Pang and Asinrebekkamaria

These two songs have been on repeat on my iPod the last couple of days. Both Danish artists with lots of talent. Go visit them on myspace. Asinrebekkamaria and Jong Pang.

Jong Pang - A House In Heartbeat

Asinrebekkamaria - Yours truly

mandag den 26. maj 2008


I really don't know alot about this young guy Pogo. He makes a mix of electronic music and film samples in a kind of remix/remake and it's has a melancolic sound to it. The song "Alice" consists of 90 procent sample from the movie "Alice in Wonderland", the result is a grovy pop song, great for any dancefloor. Check this out, it's very good. Go to his and read more here.

Pogo - Alice

Pogo - Lost

And watch the homemade video for "Alice":

Thanks to Paranoid in CPH for showing me this one.

fredag den 23. maj 2008

Weekend Mix

A weekend mix with a couple of songs from scandinavia. Two from Denmark and one from Sweden. Visit the artists on myspace....
Mimas, Salem Al Fakir and Prins Nitram.

Mimas - Mac get you gear

Salem Al Fakir - This is who I am

Prins Nitram - Arrogance

torsdag den 22. maj 2008

Panda Bear

I never really understood the hype on Animal Collective and the sideprojects of the members, until now. Today I took the time and sat down and really listen to one of the people behind the fuzz and it started to make sense. I listened to Panda Bears "Person Pitch" for a couple of hours. Panda Bear sounds alot like Beach Boys but if you can look past that "Person Pitch" is a mighty fine record and will reward anyone one listen, one then once. Enjoy.

Learn more about Animal Collective
Learn more about Panda Bear

Panda Bear - Comfort in Nautica

tirsdag den 20. maj 2008

Alexi Murdoch

If you are into stuff like Nick Drake, Simon Lynge and Bon Iver chances are you'll like this. Give it a spin and buy his new album here.

Alexi Murdoch - All My Days

Alexi Murdoch - Dreams About Flying

søndag den 18. maj 2008

Choir Of Young Believers

Friday night proved to dish out one of those moments where you are unexpectedly and positively surprised to hear something live that you have only listened to on record. COYB is the project of the Greek/Danish/Indonesian guitarist and singer Jannis Makrigiannis and he released the EP Burn The Flag last year to great critical acclaim. Here's why I was surprised: The EP is quite low-key, it has a lot of instruments, but everything is only implied. But with him on stage (and it was a small stage!) he brought 7 musicians playing everything from percussion to the cello and violin, and it was amazing! Here's a song from the fore-mentioned EP, but please - if you ever have the opportunity to hear it live don't hesitate. And I will be seeing them again soon at the annual SPOT Festival right here in Århus...

fredag den 16. maj 2008

Weekend Mix

Ohh my god it´s weekend again. This time we have a track for you that was sent to us by Brooklyn, NY musician Alan Wilkis. Go check him out here. Otherwise kick off a blast of a weekend with these tracks!!

Alan Wilkis - Milk And Cookies

Turboweekend - Stand (SuperTroels Once More With Feeling Remix)

The Polyphonic Spree - Light & Day/Reach For The Sun

onsdag den 14. maj 2008

Annika Aakjær

I previously wrote about the danish female singer Annika Aakjær on this blog, and that she was set to have her record debut sometime this spring. Now it´s here. "Lille Filantrop" it´s called, and i must say that i was really looking forward to listen to what she and former Ibens bassplayer Henrik Marstal had come up with. As some might recall I was very fond of her previous demo recordings. So did i get disapointed? no not at all. I somestimes miss the mellow mood that came from her demo songs where it only were her voice and guitar that was in focus. But I still think she has made a really great record. A glorious career awaits here, im sure of that.
If you haven´t already bought her record then go get it here.

Annika Aakjær - Lille Filantrop

News from Wolf Parade ("Call it a ritual, call it what you will")

In just a few days Wolf Parade will be releasing their next album At Mount Zoomer so the always polite bunch at Sub Pop has been kind enough to put up a tune for our downloading pleasure. I've given it quite a few virtual spins and I must say that it bodes extremely well for the upcoming release. Enjoy the hot stuff here:

Correction: At Mount Zoomer is set to be released June 17th, so be patient...

tirsdag den 13. maj 2008

Tokyo Police Club

Tokyo Police Club is releasing the second album "Elephant Shell" very soon and if you, like me, loved the first album by these rockers I think you're gonna love this new single. Take a listen for yourself and go buy the album here.

Tokyo Police Club - In a Cave

lørdag den 10. maj 2008

Maria Køhnke on Den 11. Time

A few days ago I had had a long hard day at work and had been gone from 7.30 in the morning to 10.30 in the evening, so before bed I just wanted to watch my favorite Danish TV show called Den 11. time (transl: the eleventh hour) which is a show about everything and nothing and sometimes features some great live performances (Efterklang, Teitur, El Perro del Mar and so forth). As it happens I fell asleep on my couch before the show started, but I woke just in time to catch an amazing performance by Maria Køhnke doing a live rendition of the song Cardboard Heart. Not only is the song beautiful, but it was accompanied by stunning visuals made by a couple of cardboard theater enthusiasts. I was in that state of almost-awake-almost-sleep that always seems to last a few minutes leaving me completely open to impressions as if they were a dream and I was absolutely blown away. I'm sorry I can't embed a video, but go here and watch it, just scroll down and select the clip (and yes, it plays on macs). The album Collector has been out for a few months and can be purchased on eMusic, Vibrashop and iTunes.
Here's one of the other great songs from ms. Køhnke, enjoy:

fredag den 9. maj 2008

Weekend Mix

A weekend mix just for you. Remember to drop by Cafe Zusammen tonight.

The Books - Smells like content

Sqaurrepusher - My red car

Hess is more - Yes Boss

Den Sorte Skole

Den Sorte Skole is a constellation of three danish DJs. They are know for their exceptionel mix of various artists. You may say hey there´s a lot of DJs that does that.....And yes your right. But these guys are just a little bit better than the masses. So check it you. You wont be disappointed. They just released a new album by the name "Lektion #2" wich you can provide yourself by clicking here. By the way if you don´t have a full schedule for tommorrow they will kick off a massive party at Train, Aarhus.
Check out this video from Roskilde Festival, where they made a killer mix of Bjørn Svins "Mer´ Strøm" and
Malk De Koijns "Å ÅÅ Mæio". Great stuff!!