Trentemoller, Various Artists

“Harbour Boat Trips Vol. 02 By Trentemoll”

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LabelHFN MusicCat. No.HFN85LP
FormatEXCLS2LPOrders fromFri, 23 Nov 2018
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LP, Gatefold Sleeve, Download-code Tracklist CD/LP: 01. / A1. Pyrit: Time For Wind 02. / A2. A Place To Bury Strangers: Never Coming Back (Trentemøller Remix) 03. / A3. The Raveonettes: Expelled From Love 04. / A4. How Do I: Knowing Me, Knowing You 05. / A5. Kira Skov: I Celebrate My Life (Trentemøller Remix) 06. / B1. The Lollipops: Naked When You Come 07. / B2. Tropic Of Cancer: Children Of A Lesser God 08. / B3. Black Marble: Static 09. / B4. Trentemøller: One Eye Open (Trentemøller Remix HBT Edit) 10. / C1. John Maus: Hey Moon 11. / C2. Trentemøller: Transformer Man 12. / C3. Slowdive: Slomo 13. / D1. Moon Duo: Lost In Light 14. / D2. CTM: Paloma Pt.2 15. / D3. The KVB: In Deep 16. / D4. Levin Goes Lightly: 1989 Anders Trentemøller’s career is a travel-heavy one, with his touring schedule taking him pretty much all over the world. But it’s his home port that’s inspired his latest project, the sprawling, stunning compilation mix ‘Harbour Boat Trips Vol. 02: Copenhagen’. Clocking in at just over an hour long, the compilation sees Trentemøller curate and craft sixteen songs into a heavy, hazy mix that ranges from shoegaze to electronica, featuring both familiar and celebrated artists like A Place to Bury Strangers (with a new Trentemøller remix) and Slowdive to more obscure finds, as well as Trentemøller’s own tracks and remixes, most notably a brand new Trentemøller cover of Neil Young’s classic ‘Transformer Man’. The mix sees him pick up a thread he left off earlier in his career. In 2009 he put together ‘Harbour Boat Trips - 01: Copenhagen’, a compilation mix comprised of his favourite music, both Danish and international, from across four decades, loosely inspired by the motion and movement of Copenhagen’s busy harbour. Closing in on a decade later, we’re getting the second edition, with ‘Harbour Boat Trips - 02′ arriving this November. “Sometimes, it’s nice to take a break from my own stuff and present some of the music that I l

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