Rasmus med nyt album!
gerth - a new name in Greenlandic music!
Ny trommedans CD!
Sume released this album in 1973 and took the whole of Greenland by storm! Numbers like "Piffiit Nunaat", "Imigassaq" and "Heimaey Eqqaallugu" are contributing to this brilliant album, known to everyone. Sume is not just a band but a cultural heritage for the Greenlandic people, so it's a pleasure to get this CD on the street, as before, was just about to get on LP. Their songs are considered part of the history of Greenland and they represent the greatest songs in the country's music history. There are no Greenlandic musicians who do not know Sume, and this album is a good reason for this. The album "Sumut" was released on CD to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the band.
"Inuit Nunaat", which too many is the NUMBER of all Greenlandic songs, is the title song of this album, which contains 9 songs. You can not say enough about Sume - they are the biggest rock band in Greenland. Their music has inspired many musicians here and that this CD has finally come out is amazing for all of their faithful fans who have followed them for many years. The album was only available on LP before this came out. The band has its 40th anniversary and this classic album came back in 1974 and contains some of their greatest hits, such as "Inuit Nunaat", Qullissat "and Naluvara Ilisimanera". Songs like now three generations have taken on and do not even think next generation bites on these immortal songs.
Alloriarneq Nutaaq is a spiritual CD and is suitable for relaxation music as well as meditation or simply as mood music. It is a rare publication and after much demand around the country there is finally a well-worked CD in that genre. The numbers are long (playing time: about 50 minutes) with time to a lot of construction so there is peace to fold out. Henriette Berthelsen stands for this lovely publication, which should be allowed to speak for himself.
Juleplade med Per & Julie!
SUME fans located across the coast have been waiting for this 1994 release. Their style is the same with their multi-voice vocals and pace-changing music. There are both fast and slow songs that still focus on both the younger and the older audience. SUME is one of the few bands that hits such a broad audience that no matter where they play, there will always be a full house. It is also amazing that such an old band still can hold together and make wonderful music. This CD contains 12 well-known songs.
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.
Ulf Fleischer - Greenland's very own little man with a lot of singing voice was already known before joining this magnificent album, with songs like "Neriuut", "Paarisa", "Takorluulertuarpagit" and "Issiaannarusunngilanga", he became one of the leading artists in Greenland. His music video with the number "Paarisa" became a landslide without equal, and as one should mention, this album was a campaign against HIV / AIDS which was a newer subject in Greenland when the album was reproduced back in 1988. However, the texts are still relevant Since they are timeless and absolutely genius and the music is really beautifully composed with musicians like Michael Hansen and Eigil Petersen on guitar, Hans Rosenberg on drums and Jorsi Sørensen on bass. An ultimate composition of Greenlandic musicians, which today is spread out in groups such as G60, Rasmus Lyberth Band and Ole Kristiansen Band. The record contains 14 tracks where there are dialogues between a couple of numbers. The previously mentioned well-known songs are still often played in the nationwide radio and it is a joy every single time. After such a great demand, it is good to be able to get such a record back on the market again!
Nanook released 'Seqinitta Qinngorpaatit" in 2009. The album is the best selling album by Nanook and includes 10 songs and a bonus track...The album recieved the annual Koda award for best album the year it got out and is now one of the best selling albums of all time in the music history of the label Atlantic Music ApS...
Aalut, who has sold so many LPs, cassettes and CDs that everything is completely sold out, is now out with a collection of their best works throughout 5 albums. This best-of-record contains 17 songs and it contains hits for hits! The songs are still heard on KNR daily and finally the songs are available to people again, but this time with better sound than the originals as it has been modernized to today's quality. Aalut is known for their reggae rhythms and exciting multi-voice vowels.
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.
Yenso med debutalbum!
Najannguaq Qvist - talented girl playing fiddle and singing 12 christmas songs ! – only 6 years old when recording this fine christmas album in Atlantic Studio, Nuuk. Her mother Hanne Qvist leader of the local music school for violinists and other music veterans are guests on the production. Songs and stories for Christmas time with a touch of magic.
SUME - Greenland's answer to Beatles became the first ULO band to come out with a record.
Laarseeraq Svendsen's recordings date back to the period 1958-1975, which has been edited to be released on CD in 1990. The CD contains 20 very beautiful songs, with 4 of the songs taken from an original EP record. This creates the right mood, so you can feel the time the record was recorded. Some of the songs contain cows and beautiful violins that are aimed at the older audience. Some of the recordings derive from old concerts, where you can hear the audience more about the lyrics and then clap on Laarseeraq Svendsen's beautiful singing voice. No one sings like he did.
Nuissat came out with this CD in 1994, which contains 12 numbers - consists mainly of pop numbers. Some of the songs feature seventy-four soundtracks with beautifully played guitar solos, while others have a more acoustic sound with unplugged soft guitar solos. The CD is a fresh disc with both a male singer and between a female singer. The songs are well-written songs, where the most popular songs are those where the two singers sing together or in the duet - there is a very good mood on the album.
This 1994 CD contains 12 songs played by different musicians. The number that has been blamed for the great popularity is undoubtedly Kuupik Kleist's "Silama Qeqqa", which has a nice heavy relaxing effect on the listener. His deep voice and the lovely guitar game is a fantastic cocktail that goes into a higher unit. The other contributors on the record are Frederik Kristensen, Iisaavaraq Petrussen, Juaansi Lynge, Inunnguaq Petrussen and Vivi Lynge Petrussen.