23.09.2013

OUT NOW: Trentemøller´s new album "Lost" via In My Room

Lost is likely to be the most cohesive album by a solo music producer you’ll hear this year….An expansive, cerebral record that exposes itself with careful attention. This is powerful stuff, showing that not only is Anders Trentemøller one of the best in his field but also a master of the album craft. One for the long haul.” (Drowned In Sound). Exciting times at our sister label In My Room: Trentemøller´s artist album. “Lost” is now available in all stores. Much like its predecessor “Into The Great Wide Yonder” (2010), Lost serves not only as a logical continuation of his work, but also as yet another fuck you to whatever genre you thought you had him boxed into. “Some people might’ve wanted something similar to the last album, but if you’re getting to the point of listening to people and what they think of your sound…Well, that’s not for me”, says Trentemøller.
For “Lost“ the Danish producer has managed to bring on board a whole rake of fantastic peers, personal influences and sprouting talent. Co-conspirators such as Jonny Pierce (The Drums), Kazu Makino
 (Blonde Redhead), Jana Hunter (Lower Dens), Marie FiskerGhost Society and no-one other than the legendary LOW are all to be found on the record. More info.

GET LOST!  YOUR PRECIOUS COPY HERE:

2xLP:
http://www.smarturl.it/LostVinyl
Decks
Juno Records

CD:
http://www.smarturl.it/LostCD
Decks
hfn music shop
Juno Records
Boomkat
Phonica

digital:
iTunes
Juno Download
Beatport
Whatpeopleplay
Traxsource
Boomkat

stream:
Spotify
Deezer

 

Press Quotes:

Lost is likely to be the most cohesive album by a solo music producer you’ll hear this year….An expansive, cerebral record that exposes itself with careful attention. This is powerful stuff, showing that not only is Anders Trentemøller one of the best in his field but also a master of the album craft. One for the long haul.(Drowned In Sound)

There is nothing better than hearing an artist reaching the apex of his power. Trentemøller arrives at that point with this album taking its rightful place amongst the best electronic albums released this year with comparative ease.” (The Line Of Best Fit)

Showcasing a little black book of contacts including Low, The Drums’ Jonny Pierce and The Raveonettes’ Sune Rose Wagner, this collection is beautifully executedThis collection is beautifully executed…(Clash Magazine)

Trentemøller did it again, he wrote the record to your personal movie.” (Nothing But Hope And Passion)

Lost is a fully functioning collection that shows an impressive breadth…this is a collection filled with highly complex sounds, more theatrical, more organic, less synthetic and at many points, really rather beautiful.” (The Line Of Best Fit)

His new LP, Lost, delivers those goods, and takes his music to the whole new heigths. Lost is certainly a record that never stops running.” (Under The Radar)

Never Stop Running” is mostly a tastefully eerie electro exercise, though it modulates into a hook with a soaring feel and vocal, the sort of bittersweetly sweeping and dramatic harmonic movement that seems to be the birthright of fellow Danes like Mew and Under Byen.” (Stereogum)

Suffice to say it’s very haunting with little diminishing returns.” (BPM Mag)

“Never Stop Running” by Danish electronic master Trentemoller leaps from foreboding, to eerie, to soaring and light as quickly as the video leaps from staring eyes to staring eyes.” (MTV Iggy)

Lost is definitely a more streamlined affair than other works and much more ‘song structured.’” (Magnetic Mag)

“Sweden has a lot of extremely talented musicians in the electronica genre but no one like the Copenhagen son Anders Trentemøller.” (Gaffa Sweden)

The album is a result of months of studio work, and it features a host of admired guest.” (Under The Radar)

With Lost, the artist exquisitely showcases Trentemøller’s capability and craft as producer as well as offering the good stuff that can come with collaboration.” (Seen Heard Known)

Press Quotes:

Lost is likely to be the most cohesive album by a solo music producer you’ll hear this year….An expansive, cerebral record that exposes itself with careful attention. This is powerful stuff, showing that not only is Anders Trentemøller one of the best in his field but also a master of the album craft. One for the long haul.” (Drowned In Sound)

There is nothing better than hearing an artist reaching the apex of his power. Trentemøller arrives at that point with this album taking its rightful place amongst the best electronic albums released this year with comparative ease.” (The Line Of Best Fit)

Showcasing a little black book of contacts including Low, The Drums’ Jonny Pierce and The Raveonettes’ Sune Rose Wagner, this collection is beautifully executedThis collection is beautifully executed…” (Clash Magazine)

Trentemøller did it again, he wrote the record to your personal movie.” (Nothing But Hope And Passion)

Lost is a fully functioning collection that shows an impressive breadth…this is a collection filled with highly complex sounds, more theatrical, more organic, less synthetic and at many points, really rather beautiful.” (The Line Of Best Fit)

His new LP, Lost, delivers those goods, and takes his music to the whole new heigths. Lost is certainly a record that never stops running.” (Under The Radar)

Never Stop Running” is mostly a tastefully eerie electro exercise, though it modulates into a hook with a soaring feel and vocal, the sort of bittersweetly sweeping and dramatic harmonic movement that seems to be the birthright of fellow Danes like Mew and Under Byen.” (Stereogum)

Suffice to say it’s very haunting with little diminishing returns.” (BPM Mag)

Never Stop Running” by Danish electronic master Trentemoller leaps from foreboding, to eerie, to soaring and light as quickly as the video leaps from staring eyes to staring eyes.” (MTV Iggy)

Lost is definitely a more streamlined affair than other works and much more ‘song structured.’” (Magnetic Mag)

Sweden has a lot of extremely talented musicians in the electronica genre but no one like the Copenhagen son Anders Trentemøller” (Gaffa Sweden)

The album is a result of months of studio work, and it features a host of admired guest.” (Under The Radar)

With Lost, the artist exquisitely showcases Trentemøller’s capability and craft as producer as well as offering the good stuff that can come with collaboration.” (Seen Heard Known)

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