We sat down with Anders Trentemøller, prior to his performence in Vancouver, and asked him about a few personal favorite albums. For a well…Read More
Anders Trentemøller is a Danish electronic music producer and multi-instrumentalist based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Born in Vordingborg in the Zealand region of Denmark, Trentemøller started out with a number of single productions. In 2006 he released his debut album, The Last Resort; the song “Vamp” from that album was played in Eastbound & Down: Chapter 2 during a dance scene.
In the summer of 2008 Trentemøller started a live tour: “Trentemøller Live in Concert”. Trentemøller and band (Henrik Vibskov on drums and Mikael Simpson on guitar and bass) performed tracks from the album The Last Resort live on stage, with visuals provided by video director Karim Ghahwagi. The tour included the Glastonbury (UK), Melt! (Germany), Lowlands (Netherlands) and Roskilde (Denmark) festivals and was followed by Trentemøller’s first concerts in the United States.
Danish electronic producer and multi-instrumentalist Trentemøller has released a new music video for his latest single ‘ Complicated’. ‘Complicated’, Trentemøller’s third single from the…Read More
Trentemøller has released a video for the track “Redefine”, off his new album Fixion, features Marie Fisker on vocals. Marie Fisker, a mainstay of…Read More
Fixion , is the fourth full-length offering from Anders Trentemøller. The album he has crafted, is a logical successor to 2013’ s Lost –…Read More
Trentemoller’s Lost mixed the tried-and-tested with all sorts of sonic surprises, merging the extrovert and introvert qualities the man has in his command. Also notable for being his most collaborative effort yet, it paired him with a vibrant and varied cast of guests – the legendary duo Low, Jonny Pierce from The Drums,Read More
As original as it is classic, Trentemoller Lost mixed the tried-and-tested with all sorts of sonic surprises, merging the extrovert and introvert qualities the man has in his command. Also notable for being his most collaborative effort yet, it paired him with:Read More
Trentemøller’s recent album opus Lost already served as the logical continuation of his varied work and delivered his signature sound intact, yet it really didn’t sound like anything he’d ever produced before. Streamlined, song-structured and guitar-driven,Read More
With the arrival of Trentemøller’s third longplayer ‘Lost’, which is due for release in September 2013 on Trentemøller’s label In My Room, it seems as if everything he’s done in the past was destined for leading to the new albumRead More