When Kashmir entered the Danish picture in 1993, it had been clear towards the Danish music market and fans as well that new lease of life had been injected right into a moribund rock and roll scene. Alongside rings like Dizzy Mizz Lizzy and In the Whale, Kashmir had been one of the finalists within the DM i Rock and roll (Danish Rock and roll Tournament) competition within the springtime of 1993. Created in 1990 in Copenhagen beneath the name Nirvana, the music group started out like a trio. Numerous lineup changes and many discussions concerning the music group name led to Mads Tunebjerg (bass), Asger Techau (drums), and Kasper Eistrup (vocal/acoustic guitar) implementing the Kashmir moniker. Kashmir completed second within the DM we Rock and roll finals and had been authorized to the recently established label Begin in Århus by Poul Martin Bonde, who also created Kashmir’s 1st recording, Travelogue. The recording was released within the springtime of 1994 and was a musical mixture of Prong, Primus, Trend Against the device, Nirvana, and Sonic Youngsters, alongside Kashmir’s very own added taste. Funk-metal and grunge became an obsession to Danish young people, who instantly counted Kashmir as you of their total favorites, particularly tracks like “Jamie Popularity Flame” as well as the ballad “Rose.” On the second record, Kashmir continued to be playful and filled up with unusual concepts, and attempted a variety of styles — but Cruzential (released in 1996 and made by Ron Saint-Germain) was also darker and much more hard-hitting set alongside the mainstream type of their initial record. It was apparent that Cruzential wouldn’t spin off many singles or strikes. With this developing popularity, Kashmir became reputed by fans as well as the music sector, as well as the people found themselves involved with different projects through the middle-’90s, co-writing tracks and documenting albums for various other Danish performers. After nine years jointly in Kashmir, the trio people’ inspiration changed toward rings like Radiohead, because they began to compose lyrics with an increase of depth and personal perspectives. THE NICE Life premiered in 1999, made by Joshua (aka Jon Schuman) and blended by Adam Guthrie. In lots of ways, it had been a turning stage for Danish rock and roll. Kashmir’s audio was big, genuine, and nearly heroic; the tracks had been melancholic, powerful, and psychological; and the actual fact that this recording had been combined in the U.S. by Guthrie brought expect fans as well as the Danish music business that Kashmir could become internationally effective. Kashmir experienced became typically the most popular Danish rock-band, rating six Danish Grammys in 2000. In the mean time, Henrik Lindstrand (acoustic guitar, keys, vocal) experienced joined the music group in 1999 like a live musician and later on became the 4th person in Kashmir. Four years following the release from the formidable THE NICE Existence, the band’s Zitilites recording was released within the springtime of 2003, made by Kashmir at their very own Petite Machine studio room in Copenhagen and combined by John Cornfield in Britain. It was obvious that Kashmir have been missed as well as the music group stayed on the highway in Scandinavia and European countries before end of 2004. Out of this point onto it became less difficult for the music group to write tunes, and two . 5 years following the Zitilites recording Kashmir amazed everyone with a fresh recording — this time around offering the band’s two biggest heroes, David Bowie and Lou Reed. Eistrup fulfilled Bowie throughout a remain in NY and was stunned when Bowie stated to be always a lover of Kashmir, having many of the group’s albums. Reed became a member of the music group for any spoken role within the track “Dark Building.” Dark along with Red Floyd-style experimentation, “Dark Building” was presented on the recording along with music similar to Smashing Pumpkins, My Bloody Valentine, or the Remedy. In 2007 Kashmir started touring and composing songs for his or her sixth recording.