In the beginning known for releasing deep house and minimal techno 12″s, Danish electronic musician Anders Trentemøller has continuously expanded his sound along with his ambitious full-lengths in addition to his concert events, which often add a whole band. Located in Copenhagen, he produced his debut in 1997, DJ’ing the neighborhood golf club circuit and sometimes performing live. Following a self-imposed hiatus spanning many years, he came back with his personal productions, which quickly grabbed the hearing of the after that red-hot Nude Music home music label. His debut EP (released in 2003) was well received and received compliment from DJs in every electronic music styles. This resulted in some 12″ singles on such brands as Audiomatique and Tic Tac Feet before Trentemøller discovered a house on Germany’s esteemed Texas holdem Smooth, where he released some critically acclaimed singles. His ambitious, moody double-disc recording The FINAL RESORT premiered in 2006 on Texas holdem Flat. The recording featured an elevated usage of nonelectronic instruments, in addition to many downtempo and ambient songs, and it received very much crucial acclaim. In 2007, Audiomatique released The Trentemøller Chronicles, a dual Compact disc retrospective of his non-album build up to that stage, including songs from singles and EPs in addition to remixes for Robyn, Moby, as well as the Blade. Also in 2007, Trentemøller put together his 1st live music group and performed in america for the very first time, in addition to several European celebrations. In ’09 2009, HFN released Trentemøller’s Harbour Vessel Travels 01: Copenhagen, a combination that primarily included indie rock and roll and folk instead of electronic music. In to the Great Wide Yonder, released on Trentemøller’s IN MY OWN Room label, implemented this year 2010 and was a lot more taken off the dancefloor than his initial full-length. He continuing his effective touring schedule, along with his live music group featuring as much as seven associates. Reworked/Remixed, a dual CD collecting additional remixes released because the Trentemøller Chronicles, found its way to 2011, as do Trentemøller’s installment from the LateNightTales compilation series. These produces were accompanied by 2013’s Shed, a song-oriented indie rock-influenced work that featured visitor performances from Jana Hunter, Marie Fisker, and slowcore group Low. A remixed edition of the record, Shed Reworks, made an appearance in 2014. Fixion, Trentemøller’s 4th studio record, implemented in 2016 and continuing in an identical vein, using its heavily post-punk-influenced business lead one “River in Me” offering vocals from Savages’ Jehnny Beth.