We’re back with our monthly updated Spotify Playlist. This time it’s a collection of rainy Danish songs designed to make your autumnal particularly wet.
As always our September Spotify playlist consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired by.
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Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks….
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Leadsinger, guitarist, keyboard, songwriter.
Track 1 Beautiful Balloon
Album A Triumph for Man (1997)
“First signs of these magicians abilities.”
Track 2 Among Eternity
Artist We Are Negan
“Hard-hitting bastard child from some of DK’s finest djent rockers – featuring members from CABAL, Days of June and Siamese.”
Jeppe Pradsgaard Holm
Keyboard, pads, effects.
Track 1 Into the trees (Serenetti pt. 3)
Album The Last Resort
“Debut from one of the most defining artists in nordic electronica in this millenium.”
Track 2 Mirador
“A totally unique approach to instrumentation – still a minimalistic moody soundscape that once again shows great musical abstraction from efterklang.”
Kenneth Rønsholt Østergaard
Guitarist, backing vocals, keyboard.
Track 1 Lever Vi Nu?
Album Kommer med Fred (2016)
Artist Spids Nøgenhat
“This time machine back to the Danish 70’s, with its psychedelic-hippie-like sound, goes well with the changing colors of the season.”
Track 2 Battering Ram
Album Tûndra (2014)
Artist Black Book Lodge
“Something that’s sure to warm your bones!.”
Nicklas Sebastian Winther Pedersen
Track 1 Du Drømmer om et Andet Sted
Album De Ti Skud (2004)
Artist Mikael Simpson
Track 2 Synchro
Album Synchro (2018)
“I love this guy.”
DRUMMER, PERCUSSIONIST, dirt provider.
Track 1 Sophia
Album Forsvinder (2016)
“Soulful, meditative jazz by brilliant duo Jonathan Bremer and Morten Mccoy. Perfect album for a day of rainy windows.”
Track 2 I Love You
Album The Mothercycle (2017)
Artist The Mothercycle
“Simple and sexy bedroom tune by one of the most interesting Danish bands around right now.”
Find more in depth info on Januarys playlist: http://bit.ly/Celestify