We present a retrospective of our latest eclectic sounds from the year of 2020. The collection includes releases from hfn music, our dance sublabel hafendisko and Trentemøller's owned sister label In My Room.
We say thank you to all of our fans, supporters and especially all the talented artists we're honoured to work with.
Cover photo: Blaue Blume in Kolding November 2020 by David Robertson (Instagram: @the_cosmic_supply_co)
Best of hfn music 2020
The collection is headed by hfn music’s 100th release, Trentemøller’s gorgeous remix for Blaue Blume’s ‘Lovable’ and closes with the Trentemøller rework for 2nd Blood’s ‘Turn It Back’.
In between you’ll find fine “indietronic” pop moments with Lydmor’s ‘If You Want Capacity’ or Frum’s new single ‘The Only Way’ while Jacob Bellens contributes ‘Sun Has Gone’ from his new album ‘My Heart Is Hungry And The Days Go By So Quickly’.
Another long time hfn artist is Kasper Bjørke who is featured here with two remixes from his double-EP project ‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’, respectively the remix EPs: The Panthera Krause remix of ‘Venetian Blinds’ and the epic and superfunky Tensnake remix of ‘Seabird’ that appears here in all its full glory of the ‘extend club version’.
Copenhagen based newcomers Fluqx include ‘Feather’ from their stunning debut album ‘Monolith’ which was released on hfn music in spring.
To complement the Best of hfn music 2020 collection, songs from the sublabels are included as well, namely ‘Future Ruins feat. Roxy Jules’ from TOM And His Computers long awaited debutalbum of the same title which was released on Trentemøller’s In My Room imprint in October. The accompanying video by Martin Garde Abildgaard keeps winning video music awards since then.
Focussing on the dancefloor, sublabel hafendisko contributes three of their latest cuts, Eva Be’s ‘The Way’, ‘Plowshare’ by Sebastopol and ‘Inside Is Nothing At All’ by Lopezhouse & Eleonora.
Overseen by Kasper Bjørke and Sexy Lazer the ‘Sisters & Brother’ imprint contributes ‘Bottom’ by Modular Project which is taken from S&B’s ‘Third Gathering’.