In keeping with today’s happy Nordic theme, this is a new Danish calypso sound that makes me so happy I could blow a rainbow out of my ears… Or whatever… Check out here.
Dreamy Danish, lo-fi synthy pop. Check out here.
Danish music is on top form these days. Exciting stuff. This is some high-grade electropop for you from a band that’s been hiding for a few years and is back. Check out here.
… and he’s back with a big clubby track. Yes, it’s in Danish, as are all of Thomas Holm’s releases but who cares- I love it!
I can’t explain to you how excited I got when I heard this track by Copenhagen native SLOWOLF- the song’s already topped the Danish iTunes Electronic Song Chart and chosen as Pick of the Week on Danish National Radio (equivalent to BBC Radio One). This is epic on so many levels. Check out here.
Copenhagen-based duo with a dreamy, synthy sound which they describe as ‘Arabesque Pop’. Check out here.
This band have been around since 2003 but I’ve just learnt of them, so they’re new to me! Quirky Danish pop that has a nice epic feel to it. Check out here.
Well, this is different… Slick Danish ‘post-rock’. Check out here.
Brilliantly catchy indie pop from Denmark that has a very distinct 90’s vibe around it. It’s impossible not to smile when you listen to this! Check out here.
Giana Factory are giving away a rather fabulous un-released album track from their forthcoming debut ‘Save The Youth’. The track is called ‘Dive’ and is perfect for fans of dark synth-pop with beautifully icy female vocals from the Danish trio.
I wanted to cry when I watched this video because it is terrifying and just plain weird. But I can’t deny the beats are immense. Check out here.
Catchy Danish pop. Check out here.
Scandinavian soul. If you’re in London you can catch her residency at the Native Tongue in Barbican. Check out here.
This is best listened to on some loud speakers. There’s so much going on in this track that it makes you want to keep listening to the very end. Very special stuff. Check out here.
Sometimes friends let you down in a massive way. Yesterday evening was one such. I got blown out by a buddy minutes before heading to see Oh Land in Heaven London. I was gutted and annoyed. But I still went. Alone. And I sort of forgot all my frustration for a couple of hours because this lady is out of control. She drove everyone wild with her tribal beats and cute Danish voice. Catch her if you can.