The Copenhagen-based duo's newest track is a lustful, sexy electro-banger.
The Danish indie rock four-piece's video for new single “Enemies Who Once Were Lovers” just dropped and it’s a lot cooler than three dudes rocking out by the water sounds.
In our world of 18-minute-atmospheric-noise-remixes-of-Adele and carefully curated cactus-and-carpet Instagram profiles, what we really need right now is unapologetic chaos.
The Copenhagen-based shoegazers are back from traversing the depths of modern society's pitfalls with more soothing noise.
Take a sonic trip with these Swedish psych rockers.
This Danish-Australian duo's gonna make your Friday, guys.
Historien om, hvordan instruktøren bag videoen blev fyret, drak sig stiv, forstyrrede en mand, der sked på en stripklub, og vandt sit job tilbage.
Julian Juhlin has vowed never to leave his childhood room in Copenhagen. Here's how he pulled it off.
We talked to Subhi Hassan - the former leader of the youth club U-Turn - about why he thinks young muslims should maybe just let DF win the election.
It's "Lost Highway" for your ears.