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INTERVIEW: Bob Hund at Roskilde Festival 2015

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Two years ago, Swedish indie rockers Bob Hund sold their instruments at an auction. That didn’t stop them from signing up for a set at Roskilde. We spoke to singer Thomas Öberg before the band’s Roskilde performance about where they got their instruments for the set and what kind of mischief Bob Hund is getting into after all these years.

PHOTOS: Einstürzende Neubauten, DR Koncerthuset, 19.09.2015

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Einstürzende Neubauten (photo by Morten Aagaard Krogh / mortenkrogh.com)

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Einstürzende Neubauten (photo by Morten Aagaard Krogh / mortenkrogh.com)

Einstürzende Neubauten (photo by Morten Aagaard Krogh / mortenkrogh.com)

Einstürzende Neubauten (photo by Morten Aagaard Krogh / mortenkrogh.com)

Einstürzende Neubauten (photo by Morten Aagaard Krogh / mortenkrogh.com)

AUDIO: First Hate – “Trojan Horse”

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It’s been a busy year for Copenhagen synth-pop duo First Hate, on the back of releasing their self-titled debut EP last September they’ve been on the road with two high profile names from the Danish music scene supporting both Trentemøller and Iceage. After several showcase concerts in the spring of 2015 they soon became one of the most hyped upcoming acts in the country and with fresh news today (September 15th) that the duo have just come out of the studio after recording their second EP, this will only add to the hype as we go into 2016. They’ve gave us a taste of things to come with new single “Trojan Horse” presumably from said EP, which is set for release spring 2016.

Along with the singles release comes live dates for a mini European tour this fall, where Soho Rezanejad will be supporting them on select dates. See the live dates below the audio.

Listen to “Trojan Horse” below:

Live tour dates:
2/10 – HELSINKI, Kuudes Linja ±
3/10 – STOCKHOLM, Solna HQ ±
7/10 – HAMBURG, Molotow
8/10 – BERLIN, Fluxbau
9/10 – PARIS, Under Club ±
11/10 – COPENHAGEN, Mayhem ±
± w/Soho Rezanejad

PHOTOS: Future Islands, Store Vega, 16.08.2015

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Photos by Morten Aagaard Krogh (mortenkrogh.com | @Bokehmia)

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PREVIEW: Sunn O))), Studio 2, DR Koncerthuset

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On Saturday, August 15, Studio 2 in DR Koncerthuset will likely be the loudest place in Copenhagen. If you are open to musical experiences that are a tiny bit more demanding than [insert almost any band name here], it’s also likely to be the best place to be on Saturday. Why? At sometime around 21.00 Studio 2 will start filling up with dry-ice and when the fog thickens Sunn O))) will appear. Named after a guitar amplifier Sunn – which has the logo O))) – Sunn O))) has been rumbling the underground for 16 years with their own special breed of drone metal and released six studio albums. They are also a band of many collaborations.

Last year’s unlikely yet in some ways obvious collaboration with Scott Walker made many end of year lists (including ours). The album, Soused, was released to near universal acclaim, despite virtually non-existent promotional support on the part of the creators. Scott Walker famously hasn’t performed live since 1978 and his public appearances are close to none (in a rare interview with The Quietus, he opens up about the possibility of performing Soused live, so we’re holding our breaths, however ill-advised that might be).

There are still a few tickets left at 295kr (including fees). You can buy them here. If you’re willing to risk your eardrums (though of course we recommend earplugs), it promises to be an unforgettable evening.

Listen to the new album by Chelsea Wolfe – ‘Abyss’

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First time we heard Chelsea Wolfe was at Smash! Bang! Pow!’s minifestival Wasn’t Born To Follow at Pumpehuset. We where captivated. Seeing her at Roskilde Festival earlier this year left us with no doubt: Chelsea Wolfe is a must-see performer.

Her fourth album,’Pain Is Beauty’, paved the way to a wider audience. It’s an atmospheric masterpiece that manages to appeal to both listeners of indie music as well as fans of more extreme genres. On August 7. 2015 she will be releasing her new album “Abyss”, but if you can’t wait (we certainly can’t) you can stream it below via NPR.

Chelsea Wolfe is currently touring the United States, but she will be returning to Europe this Fall. We will be first in queue when she plays Loppen in Copenhagen, Denmark.

VIDEO: Soho Rezanejad – ‘Everyday’s Another Holiday’

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In June she debuted with dark synth pop hit ‘Idolatry‘ which we learn today will be the title of her soon to be released EP, set for release on October 12th. Rezanejad has hit us with another summer anthem with the cutesy bro/sis-mance video for new single ‘Everyday’s Another Holiday’, the video was co-direct between Rezanejad and performance-artist Madeleine Kate and features in a familiar face in First Hate’s Anton Falck Gansted.

Watch the video for ‘Everyday’s Another Holiday’ below:

Catch Soho Rezanejad live this weekend at Trailerpark Festival in Copenhagen (30.07.2015 // 22:00 // Rebel Stage)

VIDEO: Shadow Age – ‘Vexed’

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Today (July 27th), Copenhagen producer Benjamin Fischermann aka Shadow Age releases his self-titled debut EP, featuring singles ‘Shutter’ and ‘Vexed’. The latter was put out no less than a week ago and today we received the video for the track. Shot in Copenhagen and co-directed by Kevin Verner and Benjamin Fischermann, it features three souls who are in separate locations across the city, found all racing for the same spiral staircase before gazing into the nothingness.

Watch the video for ‘Vexed’ below:

You can catch Shadow Age live:

30.07.2015 – Trailerpark Festival, Copenhagen
07.08.2015 – New Note Festival, Hillerød

VIDEO: Joanna Gruesome Interview at Roskilde

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Welsh indie poppers Joanna Gruesome have had a busy 2015:  They’ve released a new album, Peanut Butter, original singer Alanna Mcardle left the band, and they’ve gained two new vocalists in Kate Stonestreet and Roxy Brennan. The new line-up played their second-ever show on the Pavilion Stage at Roskilde, and they answered a few questions for us before running off to see Nicki Minaj.

Watch the video below to hear their thoughts about the new record, nudity at Roskilde, and the genres of imaginary bands with pun names:

AUDIO: Shadow Age – ‘Vexed’

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Shadow Age is back with another glimpse of his dark ambient soundscape, this time it comes in the form of new single ‘Vexed’ and showcases a slightly lighter side to the project in comparison to his first offering ‘Shutter’. Along with the new single comes the announcement of self-titled debut EP which will be released via Copenhagen label Native Of The North on July 27th.

Listen to ‘Vexed’ below:

EP track listing:
Vexed
Shutter
Void
End

Live dates:
30.07.2015 – Trailerpark Festival, Copenhagen, DK
06.08.2015 – New Note Festival, Copenhagen (Hillerød), DK

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