Nanook releases new album after 4 years!
Box-i Nutaaq Siissisoq-miit
Siissisoq med splinterny BOX!
Grønlands Enok Poulsen med nyt materiale!
Pissaaneqaqisut is the 3rd studio album by Nanook and it recieved top reviews in Greenland. The album also reciewed the annual Koda award for best album the year it got out (October, 2014). With more than 15.000 physical Nanook albums sold, the band has now become the best selling band in modern music from Greenland. Pissaaneqaqisut has 11 tracks...
3rd album from the band NANOOK was released winter 2014. NANOOK was introduced to Greenland five years ago and has sold over 15.000 ex. of their music in spite of the fact that songs are in the aboriginal language Greenlandic. The band has been touring abroad as in most Nordic countries but also in Canada and USA. Three years went by and this 3rd album Pissaaneqaqisut (We who have the strength)makes it clear that there is a common theme both in cover layout as well as lyrics and music. Their recognazible sound together with new subjects and beautiful composements ties it all together. The two frontfigures the Elsner brothers received the music award for the 2nd time for their creative and fine release.
In 2016 the band had great success in Aasia and has now signet a contract which is a compilation og the three CD´s. Nanook visited Japan as a part of a culturel promotion along with Greenlandic politicians and the Crown Prince Couple of Denmark in 2015.
Et længe ventet album fra Paninnguaq Jensen!
A children´s production also suitable for grown ups – lyrics and songs so well written and with great humour – style from rock – latin – ballads. Lyrics are challenging and funny expressions. Mostly produced with acoustic instruments – listen and learn – most commended! Will soon bring you in a better mood J
Per Berthelsen, known from Greenland's biggest band "Sume", came out with this album together with his sister Birthe back in 1982. The album "Kisimiinngilatit" has never been released on CD before and in connection with Per Berthelsen's 60th birthday, As well as 30 years of jubilee siblings between them, it was considered appropriate to publish this magnificent album on CD. On this CD version, bonus numbers from Per and Birthe's other popular releases (tracks 11, 12 & 13) are spiced - see track list that just puts the bullet in. The CD offers a lot of melodic songs designed with lovely singing voices with Per and Birthe in front, and the lyrics are considered with a music style that reminds you of their equally popular band Qaaq. It is Atlantic Music's pleasure to be able to get this legendary record on the market!
This CD contains all the classical children songs recorded in the 1960s, 70s and 80s. Songs like "Erinarsorniarta" and "Usiarpoq Usiarpoq" and many others are some of the most famous children's songs in Greenland. Not many children's CDs have been made in Greenland so it's a really good initiative of KNR to collect 35 children's songs from their archives for this encouraging children's CD. The recordings are older, but the sound on the CD creates cozy and has its charm.
Tiu - en spændende ny duo med debutalbum!
Johanne Wille nutaaq!/Ny Johanne Wille!
Inuk udgiver nyt album!
1 INUNNGORAMA NUNAMIILERLUNGA
2 TAKUAT PANINNGUAQ
3 PIGAARA ILUNNI ASSIT
5 NIPAASSUSEQ MISIGISIMAQAARA
6 PINNGORTITARSUAQ INUUFFIPPUT
7 UKIAP SEQERNA PUKKILISOQ
8 QUJASSUTIGAARA ULLOQ PILLUAQQUSAASOQ
9 UANGA JUULLI PIGIVARA AAMMA
This album contains 10 songs, about the family, the summer, the love, the kayak, etc. Arne Heilmann comes from Sisimiut and he sings together with his wife Magdalene Heilmann. The record was recorded in 2002. He is not unknown, as he has already released a lot of other CDs. The music on this CD is very traditional Greenlandic music, as everyone knows. The music is most intended for the elderly.he couple Magdalene and Arne Heilmann from Sisimiut are active sing and songwriters and have for several years toured all over Greenland performing their music. The album was recorded in 2002 - music style is traditional Greenlandic music and most popular in dance places, pubs and restaurants. Music mostly addressed to the elder publicity.
Self-Povl Dissing came to Greenland to record this CD, which is about Greenland. If you are at Povl Dissing, this CD is a must have! Povl Dissing always keeps his style, but this time he has collaborated with some of the best musicians in Greenland (among others Jorsi Sørensen and Nuka Absolonsen). The CD was produced in 1997 and contains 10 numbers, how many of the numbers concern Greenland. Notice the number "Parca Polka", which is a lazy Greenlandic folk dance song - this time with Povl Dissing as a singer.
The biggest singers in Greenland, the most beautiful voices that represent some of the best-selling songs in Greenland's music history are now gathered on the same album. Katsi Kleist, Julie Berthelsen, Stinne Jacobsen, Tupaarnaq Mathiassen, Nina Kreutzmann Jørgensen and Nukaaka Motzfeldt Waldau sing on this wonderful record that has sold far beyond gold. It contains 9 beautiful songs, where it's the melodies, the singing voices along with the very beautiful texts that are due to the great popularity. It was recorded in 2001 and was the most popular CD that year and is still very marketable around the coast.
Karl Sivertsen (Aqqartartoq) er en af de mest garvede musikere i Grønland har sammen med sit daværende band ULO, skabt et af de mest originale albums i Grønlands musikhistorie. Albummet har en meget stor popularitet, ikke mindst på grund af titelsangen og den vaskeægte halvfjerserlyd som skaber den helt ægte feeling for lytterne som var unge i den tid. Denne cd henvender sig både til unge og ældre.
NINA presenting her first solo album. She deserves speciel attention with her unique voice and great commitment whenever performing. She and her husband Malik have been performing live for many years and are wellknown on the Greenlandic musicscene. This album is remarkable as her vocals are outstanding as well as songs are catchy and warm.
Multicolor Rasmus Lyberth has released great singer like "Asanaqigavit" and "Inuuneq Oqaluttuartaraanngat", which in November (2008) was sold to a gold plate corresponding to over 5,000 sold albums in Greenland. He has released many CDs and has been active in many artistic things in music, theater and theater just to name a few. Now he is out with his life's album, as he himself says, and one can only agree. Rasmus has become better with age and never has ever opened himself as he does on this record. "Hey Hey" is extremely unusual to listen to - you get on a soul trip where Rasmus Lyberth and his band pops out in a way you've never heard before. You have to let this splendid record speak to yourself as you can not spell his songs and the band's ability. Press "play" and be prepared for Rasmus Lyberth's best release ever and as he himself mentioned after hearing the final result; "Imagine it had to go so many years before I made the PLACE" and grin proud of the eminent work that is behind. Congratulations to Rasmus Lyberth and his band for such a strong and fascinating release.
This double CD has been produced in connection with the 50th anniversary of the KNR, containing mainly crosses, but also songs with soloists and piano from old recordings that have been stored in KNR's precious archives. There are songs written by Jørgen Fleischer, Henrik Lund, Jonathan Petersen and Laarseeraq Svendsen just to name a few. In addition, there is some satire as well as stories, talks and fun features. It's a real nostalgic listening plate that makes you come back in time and it's definitely a pleasure. One has to say that it is worth gold and a very good gift for the Greenlandic people to share this record containing a total of 50 tracks that are split on 2 CDs.