New Music: Louis Jarto

Raised in the world-famous hippie, self-declared autonomous region of Christiania in Copenhagen, Louis Jarto creates a larger-than-life Danish synth pop sound with a sense of playfulness.

There’s hints of early Daft Punk on this track, and generally just a perfect vibe for the summer.

“‘Good to You’ is an emotional riot with festival attitude.”

Louis Jarto


Watch: Fjer – First Place

A trans-atlantic effort went into the making of these visuals for Danish RnB starlet Fjer’s ‘First Place’.

“I decided to make this video with my friend James Tirado across the Atlantic, during the COVID-19 quarantine. I filmed in my apartment, he filmed in his. We edited it together. I wanted to show the modern day version of a conflict – karma sure is a bitch in this one haha.”


New Music: Rosa Raye

This is one Danish talent to watch out for. A perfected blend of RnB and pop, served in the most charming and endearing way you could imagine.

Rosa Raye

Palace Winter – Top of the Hill

This track was written by dark-pop duo Palace Winter together through a long distance correspondence between Tenerife and Denmark.

Live Dates

  • Jul 18, 2020 – Hotel Kong Arthur, Copenhagen – DK
  • Mar 5, 2021 – Toldkammeret, Helsingør – DK 
  • Mar 6, 2021 – Studenterhuset, Odense – DK 
  • Mar 10, 2021 – Gimle Roskilde, – DK 
  • Mar 11, 2021 – Lille Vega, Copenhagen – DK 
  • Mar 12, 2021 – Radar, Aarhus – DK 
  • Mar 13, 2021 – Harders, Svendborg – DK 
  • Mar 16, 2021 – Lafayette, London – UK
  • Mar 17, 2021 – Gorilla, Manchester – UK
  • Mar 19, 2021 – Wardrobe, Leeds – UK
  • Mar 20, 2021 – King Tuts, Glashow – UK
  • Mar 22, 2021 – Thekla, Bristol – UK

Palace Winter

New Music: Ida Laurberg

Minimal Danish indie pop that perfectly balances deep intensity with a sense of fragility.

Ida Laurberg

mags – elephant in the room

Danish pop starlet mags returns today with another slice of Scandinavian electro pop, full of pulsating synth and catchy hooks.


New Music: Mercedess

A charmingly interesting fusion of sad-pop and indie from Copenhagen.


New Music: HoddoxX

An experimental Danish outfit who produce an interesting mix of jazz, funk, and house.


Watch: Scarlet Pleasure – SOS

“The recent weeks and months of 2020, made us think about marginalised communities and people who are deprived of not having access to the simpler things in life that we all take for granted. We wanted the video for ’SOS’ to take us all to this place of simplicity and happiness”.

First drop of new album ‘Garden’ is set for release on June 19, 2020 on Copenhagen Records.

Scarlet Pleasure

Watch: Maximillian – Beautiful Scars

There was zero doubt in my mind that this Danish talent was going to be huge, and it’s so great to see it come to reality; he’s recently hit 12 millions streams on Spotify with ‘Beautiful Scars’.

“I hung out with the wrong people and did a lot of things I regret. I literally lived my life on the edge at the age of 13 and ‘Beautiful Scars’ is me learning to deal and live with my flaws.”


New Music: FOOL

A Danish duo who create a polished blend of hip hop and pop that’s easy to listen to.


New Music: Marshall Cecil

You hear a band every so often and you can tell from the start that there’s something extra special about their energy. That’s the sense I get with this Danish indie pop outfit. It’s hard to describe how I feel when I hear this song, it’s just a very unique experience.

Marshall Cecil

Kinck – Emperor’s New Clothes

Sharing a title from H.C. Andersen’s famous novel, this track is a gracefully composed yet subtle attack on an ex.

Everything about the song is finessed, and makes me so excited to see what comes next from Kinck.


Off Bloom – Mona Lisa

Off Bloom continue to surprise me with their releases. On ‘Mona Lisa’ we get treated to smooth indie vibes that carry just the right tempo to get you shuffling around.

Off Bloom

New Music: GRETA

Copenhagen-based GRETA creates a fine balance between indie pop and retro psychedelic vibes.


Rangleklods – Never Lie

One of Copenhagen’s wildest electro-pop exports returns today with a song that is equally bonkers and relatable at the same time. However you interpret this release, it’s guaranteed to get you dancing a little.

“‘Never Lie’ is about growing but not growing up. To me it’s the soundtrack to a reckless summer night out and about, ending in a loud and dark nightclub dancing into the sunset.”