Hi everyone! Here's a short film about Henrik Lindstrand's forthcoming album.
Hi everyone- check this video out from Henrik Lindstrand´s new project.
Hi everyone- here is the video for "Enghave lys" directed by Johan Stahl. Diving into the super 8 archives. Thanks to Robert Lund for filming the present. Plea...se share link if you´d like. Also announcing a Solo Concert in Copenhagen Jazzhouse Oct 12. http://www.billetlugen.dk/henrik-lindstrand-billetter.html…
Here is my second release as a soloartist. WAVES is a four track EP written in the year past, and recorded with the great Caspar Hesselager. It's a... more upbeat version of Asger Techau, and I am very proud of the result:)
Give it a spin and let me know your reaction.
Also available at iTunes & Apple Music
Oh the happiness! I just released the single “VOICES" from my upcoming EP “WAVES”.
Voices feature the awesome talents of Caspar Hesselager and my longtime friend Mads Tunebjerg, and is an upbeat song ushering in the spring.
Listen/love/share, and let me know how you feel about it.
Here is a little treat for all you beautifully loyal folk..Happy new year!
Vær så artig! I dag kulminerer en masse arbejde, glæde, stolthed og spænding. PHONETICS er sluppet løs, og kan nu streames, købes, ses, høres og røres på al verdens platforme. Digital, cd og en lækker 180 grams vinyl til os der sætter pris på den slags:)
Det er ude af mine hænder nu! Fra nu af gælder det om at lave KICK ASS live shows..
Vi ses derude:)
New original lithograph "Futures from the Past" by Kasper Eistrup.
The print depicts objects or people that refer to venerable futuristic symbols. A Polaroid flash packet, Le Corbusier color tests, Flash Gordon and Jean Michel Jarre. The lithograph measures 100 cm x 67 cm, the edition consists of 66 numbered and signed prints, and is available through www.kaspereistrup.dk
Kasper deltager i det filosofiske talkshow i aften, med filosoffen Anders Fogh Jensen kl 19:30. Pressen, Politikens Hus, Vester Voldgade 33. København V. http://politiken.dk/…/de…/filosfisk-talkshow-kasper-eistrup/
For the sound and vision. For the divine inspiration. For being a creative beacon at the end of a dark and devious road. For showing the world that art can exist and thrive in the music and its business. For changing our perspective in the way we perceive beauty. For being an alien with good intentions. For showing marginalized groups that they're only doing right. For making queer okay. For the words. For the outfits. For the infectious sense of humor. For teaching the young Americans about European values. For singing The Cynic with such lack of emotions that it made it convincing that he himself was that cynical person that he wasn't in real life. Thank you David Bowie. The world will never be the same.