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Listen to new track from MØ – “Never Wanna Know”

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 has shared new track “Never Wanna Know” which is set to appear on her new EP Bikini Daze. The track has appear in MØ’s setlist throughout the year and has been a stand out hit in her live shows as a slower break-up ballad number.

Listen to the track below:

INTERVIEW: Au Revoir Simone

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A new album is out with dream pop trio Au Revoir Simone. Here Today met with Annie Hart prior to the bands rehearsal hour. Among other things we talked about the time that had passed, the title of the new album, Move In Spectrums, and cover art.

Ten years ago Erika Forster and Annie Hart met on train heading for New York. They shared a dream of an all-keyboard band. Fast forward two years and Au Revoir simone releases their first album: “Verses of Comfort, Assurance & Salvation”. Another two years: Second album “The Bird of Music”. Yet another two years: ”Still Night, Still Light”.

It seems like a pattern, but no. Four years has gone by and in world of pop-music that is quite a while, but to Annie Hall it did not seem so:

“After the release of Still Night, still Light we where on tour for about 2 years. At that time I got pregnant, still we kept touring until I was about 8 months in. I had the baby and still we where playing shows. About one and a half year ago we began making this record. So much has happen in between these two albums that it does not feel like four years has past.” says Annie Hart.

Doing those four years Au Revoir Simone have matured as songwriters. Move In Spectrums is honest album stripped from any attempts of being “poetic”, Annie Hart explains, but finding a title for the album was a challenge. Erica went away to a meditation retreat upstate in the woods.

“The yoga teacher mentioned we move in spectrums with our feelings. It is not all black and white, you are not really angry or really happy, but there is kind of spectrum. You can shift yourself along these lines, between these feelings; you don’t have to be happy or sad, you can be in the middle or leaning one way or the other like a meter.

When she said that frase – move in spectrums – we where like ‘that is the perfect title for a record’ and we all started jumping up and down,” recalls Annie Hart.

Bright neon colors

A spectrum can also be a spectrum of light – like a rainbow – and the band where looking for excactly that kind of cover. Something Pink Floydish like a prism, as Annie Hart puts it. They had their eyes on Berenice Abbott, a female photographer, that worked twenty years to “prove that photography was the medium uniquely qualified to unite art with science”, but when they found out, what it would cost to use her images, they began to look in other directions.

During that time photographer Amelia Bauer and flower arranger Elizabeth Parks Kibbey collaborated on a project called Book Of Shadowsa series of still lifes based on magic spells. Especially one of the photographs enticed the band because of the way it combined flowers and nature with bright neon colors and black.


“We and really wanted to do something with bright neon colors for this record becuase we felt that this record felt more alive, present and vibrant than our records had in the past. We wanted more a direct, vibrant sensation and we thougth that that photograph was just so beautiful and that it captured that feeling,” says Annie Hart. 

Move In Spectrums is released today (23.09.2013). You can stream it at NPR


Junip release new song “Walking Lightly” along with EP

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Swed’s Junip released a new EP entitled Walking Lightly this Monday (September 16th) and have shared a new video for the lead single from the EP with the same title. The Fredrik Egerstrand directed video is set in a forest with smoke and different coloured lighting while the band perform with “calming effects”.

Watch the video below:

Stream Trentemøller’s new album ‘Lost’ now

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Trentemøller‘s new album Lost has been made available to stream via Pitchfork Advance. The album has a range of guest appearances featuring Sune Wagner, Marie Fisker, Jonny Pierce (The Drums), Jana Hunter (Lower Dens), Mimi Parker (Low) and more. Lost will be Trentemøller’s third album is set for release September 23rd.

Click HERE to stream the album now!

Video: Indians shares new video for “La Femme”

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Copenhagen’er Indians aka Søren Løkke Juul has shared a new video for his track “La Femme” from his debut release Somewhere Else. Juul has being touring the States for the most part of 2013 after signing to American label 4AD in  late 2012, with several appearances at festivals in Denmark during the summer. This fall he’ll head back to the States along with a string of shows in the UK.

16th – Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC *
17th – Terminal West, Atlanta, GA *
18th – Iron City, Birmingham, AL *
20th – Metro, Chicago, IL *
22nd – The Bluebird Theater, Denver, CO *
24th – Neurolux, Boise, ID *
25th – Neptune Theatre, Seattle, WA *
26th – Hawthorne Theatre, Portland, OR *
28th – The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA *
30th – The Glass House, Pomona, CA *

1st – El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, CA *
3rd – Pappy & Harriet’s, Pioneertown, CA
4th – The Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix, AZ *
16th – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-On-Sea, United Kingdom &
17th – Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom &
19th – Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre, Newcastle, United Kingdom &
20th – Fruitmarket, Glasgow, United Kingdom &
21st – Ritz, Manchester, United Kingdom &
22nd – Town Hall, Leeds, United Kingdom &
24th – Komedia, Bath, United Kingdom &
25th – University Great Hall, Cardiff, United Kingdom &
26th – Junction, Cambridge, United Kingdom &
27th – UEA, Norwich, United Kingdom &
29th – Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London, United Kingdom &

* with Phosphorescent
& with Daughter

Watch the video below:

Video: Watch new video from Teitur – “Rock and Roll Band”

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Teitur has released a new video for the song “Rock And Roll Band” that appears on Story Music, Teiturs new album. Coming up this winter is also an interactive video – something we can look forward to following the recent release of interactive pieces as for example Reflektor by Arcade Fire.  Teitur describes Story Music as not something you get on the first listen. It’s about storytelling, accompaniment, monotony, life in the province, palindromes, Michala Petri, music genres, sociology, embarrassing silence and lots more.” 

Story Music is released today in Denmark. From October it will be available in most territories. The ten songs on “Story Music” are: Hopeful, If You Wait, Antonio And His Mobile Phones, Rock And Roll Band, Hard Work, It’s Not Funny Anymore, Monday, Indie Girl, Gone Fishing and Walking Up A Hill.


Video: Watch new video from Oh Land – “Pyromaniac”

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Oh Land has shared a new video for lead single “Pyromaniac” from her new album Wish Bone out Monday (September 16th and worldwide September 24th). The video was directed by Jasper Carlberg and Rasmus Weng Karlsen, it sees Oh Land aka Nanna Øland Fabricius dancing backstage at the Jazzhouse, with fire dancers, snap shots of tomfoolery around Copenhagen and going for a dip.

Watch the video below:

Video: Efterklang share two new unofficial videos

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Efterklang have shared two new unofficial videos made by fans from their most recent album Piramida. Both videos have been made by professional videographers to exceptional quality, the first directed by Timothy Durand for “Told To Be Fine” and the second directed by Francesca Lombardi and Giacomo Favilla for track “Dreams Today”.

Watch the video for “Told To Be Fine” below:

Watch the video for “Dreams Today” below:

Matthew E. White | Store Vega, Copenhagen, 09.09.2013

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Matthew E. White (Photo by Jen Tse)

Matthew E. White (Photo by Jen Tse)

Matthew E. White (Photo by Jen Tse)

Video: MØ releases new video for single – “XXX 88” feat. Diplo

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 aka Karen Marie Ørsted has released a new video for her current single “XXX 88” featuring DJ/producer Diplo. She released “XXX 88” two weeks ago and now comes the visual side to the track. Shot in California the video sees Ørsted taking on the role of a rebellious dirt bike riding youth, pondering in her room while browsing through magazines and dancing in the Californian desert with a cameo from Diplo himself wearing tighty whiteys.

Watch the video below:

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