Danish singer/songwriter Agnes Obel, given birth to Agnes Caroline Thaarup Obel about Oct 28, 1980, used the piano at an extremely early age, honing her craft amidst the strains of Bartok and Chopin emanating from your fingers of her musician mom. She later on drew motivation from the task of Swedish jazz pianist Jan Johansson, and it had been between those two worlds that her personal sound started to emerge. Citing affects as diverse as PJ Harvey and Claude DeBussy, and pulling comparisons towards the wants Ane Brun, Eva Cassidy, and Joni Mitchell, Obel’s 2010 debut, Philharmonics, was created (apart from a cover of John Cale’s “I Maintain a Close View”), performed and made by the designer herself. Pure, austere, and amazingly poised, the pristine mixture of instrumentals and atmospheric, melancholy balladry, was both a crucial and commercial achievement, specifically in her indigenous Denmark, where in fact the record proceeded to go double platinum. Made up, produced, organized, and combined by Obel herself at Chalk Real wood Studios, 2013’s impressionistic Aventine was another industrial achievement, charting in nine countries. On her behalf much expected third studio recording, 2016’s transparency-themed Resident of Cup, Obel attempted vintage synthesizers, aswell as her personal voice, which reaches times greatly modulated.