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Premiere: DRÖM Mixtape (Trondheim Calling Edition)

Jan 29-31 in Trondheim, Norway

Jan 21, 2015 DRÖM Bookmark and Share

Fancy a way to help make the workday go a bit faster? (Or at least sound a bit better?) In a Nordic state of mind? (Who isn’t?) Here’s the newest in our Trondheim Calling mixtape series. This time we’re hearing from Trondheim-based quartet, DRÖM.

“We put together a playlist of thirteen songs from some of our favorite Scandinavian bands,” says the band of their mix. “We’re influenced by a lot of jazz, alternative pop and electronic music, and the artists who make it to this playlist does a big impact on us: the way we compose music, our lyrics (which all are in Norwegian, sorry international listeners, hope you’ll like them anyway), and how we choose to play our instruments and treat our electronic sounds.

Catch up on the rest of our Trondeheim Calling mixtape series, featuring entries from Texum, Ludvig Moon, Anana,Carnival Kids, The Fjords, and Angelica’s Elegy. For those of you joining us in Norway, start planning your personal your festival schedule here.

DRÖM Mixtape (Trondheim Calling Edition) by Under_Radar_Mag on Mixcloud


1. Broen: Iris

2. The National Bank: A Recorder in Red Plastic

3. Jaga Jazzist: All I Know is Tonight

4. Thomas Dybdahl: This Year

5. Susanne Sundfør: Diamonds

6. Röyksopp: Eple

7. Nils Petter Molvaer: Mercury Heart

8. Bugge Wesseltoft: Singing

9. Highasakite: Indian Summer

10. Your Headlights Are On: Drink Gone Dead (Wank-song)

11. Hanne Hukkelberg: Salt of the Earth

12. In The Country: Afraid

13. Moddi: Sola






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