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Trentemøller Video Interview

Somewhere Between Excess and Restraint

Nov 10, 2011 Web Exclusive Bookmark and Share

Anders Trentemøller doesn’t create the kind of music that’s likely to make him a household name. His music’s haunting blend of industrial, Goth, electronic, and cinematic influences hit deeper than the average elevator ditty—and can’t be contained in a mere Top 40 tune. Boasting a catalogue of original songs and remixes that split the difference between haunting, creepy, ethereal, and unabashedly epic, Trentemøller is the rare artist that’s likely to inspire bouts of introspection and reckless abandon. It’s an ambition that’s woven through recent projects, including last year’s album Into the Great Wide Younder, his Late Night Tales curation, and remix album Reworked/Remixed (due out this week).

Under the Radar joined the Danish musician/producer backstage at The Henry Fonda Theater before his October 27 show to talk unusual soundtracks, good vs. evil, and why it’s healthy to give yourself a few rules. Check out the video interview below.



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