Music and Arts festival

PLX Tjärö Festival

The small Swedish island festival of PLX Tjärö is leading up to its second year, and I sit down with one of its organizers to learn more about what they have planned for this year.

Album Reviews

Weird Sounds of Summer

Eerie New Albums from Oneohtrix Point Never and SOPHIE

New Single

Losing control under chilled-out beats

Toronto's Indie-pop artist Michael Paradise kicks out another single that dives into deeper subject matter.

New Single


Neo-R&B soaked South London’s musical imaginary

Video Premier

The Van kicks out ‘Vanilla Sky’

As the four-piece releases the first video of their new album, I take the opportunity to jibber-jabber on a record that has been on continuous rotation on my speakers.

Fusion Jazz

Mathias Heise Quadrillion

Letting the waves of raw musicianship wash over us as we kick out another Spirit Session – this time with the four-piece Danish fusion band Mathius Heise Quadrillion.

Indie Pop

Shy Shy Shy broke my Spotify

Repeated listens to the Copenhagen duo’s new album ‘Make Up’ have created some entertaining, and hilarious, suggested playlists.

Post Rock

Taking a ride on those Cosmic Waves

The Copenhagen four-piece speaks about their debut single, being a part of a queer feministic music collective, and life in the Danish DIY music scene.

Garage Rock

Spirit Sessions: Kicking out the jams with The Van

Sitting down with the iconic Danish rock band The Van, formerly known as 'The Blue Van,' to hear about their history and what led them to reinvent their sound under a newer, shorter, name.

Experimental Pop

Marshall Cecil’s newest single ‘Beautiful World’

Contrary to the impression that the title of the track may give you, the newest single from Copenhagen’s moody trio, is a sonic journey through ethereal soundscapes that evoke part melancholia, part satire, and part ritual.

Singer Songwriter

Spirit Sessions: Heimatt

In the second instalment of our Spirit Sessions performances, hosted at Copenhagen Distillery, the up-and-coming singer-songwriter Heimatt gives us another look at the title track from his latest album.

Experimental Noise Rock

EGA Legionnaire

Talking burnt popcorn, paper airplanes, garage-punk, and giant Danish lizards with one of Copenhagen’s most eccentric bands.

Sound Art

Former Commodity #4 – Tobias Kirstein

Musician and artist Alexander Holm curates another exhibition in his 'Former Commodity' series with guest artist Tobias Kirstein, and we exchanged some words with Kirsten about the process.

Sound Art

Video Premier: ‘Far Away’ by Shadow Ray

Forsaking traditional live music structures, Shadow Ray follows more artistic practices in order to explore the limits of studio composition

Experimental Pop

The other worldly sounds of Foonyap

Speaking with the Chinese / Canadian song bird about growing up split between two cultures and how a mix of classical training and rebellion has shaped her sound

Experimental Sound

Easy listening for the hearing impaired

Musical aficionado Andreas Pallisgaard takes his years of collaborative expertise and compiles them together of his recent solo album, ‘Easy Listening for the Hearing Impaired.’

Album Remix

Per Bloch: KOKORO remakes

One year after artist/musician Per Bloch hit the scene with an album that defied logic, he's back at the workbench remaking it into something even stranger.

Indie Pop

The life and times of Eric Nally

From post-hardcore wailing and arena rock prowess, to creating hits with Macklemore, Eric Nally has led a roller coaster life that has culminated in his first upcoming solo album.

Experimental Post Rock

HVASS, ‘Nightlife’, and a Night of Charm

Reconnecting with the man behind the experimental indie band to see how their sound and artistic take on music composition has evolved for their new album

Alternative Rock

Bleach Blondes ‘Health’ EP

In a wave of cookie-cutter, 1990's alternative, knock-off bands, Copenhagen's Bleach Blondes slices through the monotony with an EP that pays homage to the era while still maintaining an original sound.

Getting the skinny with Lorenzo Woodrose

Talking about the rollercoaster ride of music and rock n’ roll which led the helmsman of Baby Woodrose and Spids Nøgenhat to go back to basics for his latest music project.

Sound Art & Installation

Former Commodity #3: Vid Edda

In the third instalment of the Former Commodity series, we see the exploration of the minute spaces between idea and execution.

Spirit Sessions

The muddy waters of Bellhound Choir

Sitting down with musician Christian Hede Madsen to talk about his solo project Bellhound Choir and making the transition from metal to blues.


Booka Shade featuring Craig Walker

The dynamic duo from Frankfurt are casting new shadows on the streets of Copenhagen.

Noise Rock


Talking with the noise rock sextet, Narcosatanicos, about their jazzy riffs over heavy distortion, their origin story, and their writing process

Fritz Kalkbrenner

The German DJ and Producer Fritz Kalkbrenner returns to Copenhagen to present his newest album 'Grand Départ'

The Black Heart Procession

Exchanging some words with musical icon Pal Jenkins on his 20-year musical career with The Black Heart Procession

Methyl Ethel

How to put zero effort into an interview while looking like a vapid hipster cliché

The smooth island R&B styling of M.I.L.K

I take myself on a groove tour with Emil Wilk’s as he tells me about his thoughts and process behind his solo musical project M.I.L.K

Indie Electronic


We spar with the Norwegian duo Lemaitre about their musical process, commercial success and their upcoming gig at Pumpehuset

Coffee and vinyl with Jan Sneum

Meeting with 70 year old Danish radio icon for a browse through Insula records and some reminiscing over coffee

John the Houseband

Catching up with the cross-cultural, cross-disciplinary performance collective/musical sensation John the Houseband before their performance at this years Works at Work festival

The musical personas of Alexander Holm

Sitting down with musician Christian Hede Madsen to talk about his solo project Bellhound Choir and making the transition from metal to blues.

HVASS debut album ‘The Flowers of Edo’

Talking with a musician who is throwing out all the rules regarding how to compose music.