Scandinavia’s ones to watch – april 2015
This months recommendations include: improvised songs,
hardanger fiddle, percussive pop and some compulsory
DEN MAGNETISKE ØRN
IMPROVISED POP SONGS – this is something. feat. musical powerhouse
Michael Rexen on vocals. their debut album can be heard here
Copenhagens supergroup Ladyjerks describe themselves as
family, merging in musical
improvisation for the heightening of
shared vibrational presence and
expect guitars – drums – keys – vocals. check it !
Bringing older Nordic traditions into the now. Egil Kalman of
Brute Force [Trondheim] fame, puts his hands to something
entirely different with this acoustic trio – featuring
Norwegian Hardanger fiddle, double bass and drums. Gothenburg.
ICY ICY, playful percussive pop from Denmarks rising star. She’ll be
playing live in Copenhagen in april. listen to her latest single here:
Birthed in 2010, the trans-scandic NOISEMOVEMENT- RHYTHM
band yes deer is a trio featuring epic saxophonist, Signe Dahlgreen.
Their debut album ‘The talk of tennis’ last year was released last year.