Todd Terje, blessed Terje Olsen, arrived over the Scandinavian dance picture in 2004 and, promptly, became among its prominent figures beside early supporter Prins Thomas and Hans-Peter Lindstrøm. Terje channeled a voracious urge for food for several varieties of music — including dub, disco, synth pop, home, and techno — into warmly received edits of monitors with the Bee Gees, Michael Jackson, and Santana. He also produced a splash in 2005 with “Eurodans,” one of is own personal productions, released on Thomas’ Total Pupp label. By 2006, it had been difficult to track most of Terje’s remix function, although man’s talks about Lindstrøm’s “Another Train station,” Studio’s “Life’s a Seaside!,” Kaoru Inoue’s “THE TRICK Field,” and Dølle Jølle’s “Balearic Incarnation” weren’t easy in order to avoid in discerning DJ models. On Remaster from the World, released on 2010 through Long term Vacation, Terje offered up a assortment of his edits and remixes by means of a continuing DJ blend. A year later on, Gerd Janson’s Operating Back again label released Terje’s Ragysh EP, which included one of is own most popular songs, “Snooze 4 Like.” This is accompanied by 2012’s It is the Arps on Smalltown Supersound, which included another club strike, “Inspector Norse.” His profile grew up beyond the dance music globe through his co-writing of Robbie Williams’ chart-topping solitary “Candy” in 2012 and his creation of a few tunes on Franz Ferdinand’s 2013 recording Right Thoughts Best Words Right Actions. He also created and combined fellow Norwegian Lindstrøm’s 2012 recording Smalhans, while prepping his long-overdue debut record. It’s Album Period found its way to early 2014 by himself Olsen label. A proggy, colourful opus, the record was well received, especially because of its cover of Robert Palmer’s “Johnny and Mary” offering vocalist Bryan Ferry (Roxy Music). Terje shaped backing music group the Olsens, including people of Jaga Jazzist as well as the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, to be able to perform the tracks live. In 2016, Terje as well as the Olsens released THE BEST Cover-Up, which highlighted covers of paths by Yellow Magic Orchestra, Boney M., and Vangelis, furthermore to remixes by manufacturers such as for example Prins Thomas and Daniel Maloso.