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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.
Nanook releases new album after 4 years!
Et længe ventet album fra Paninnguaq Jensen!
Inuk udgiver nyt album!
Johanne Wille nutaaq!/Ny Johanne Wille!
Frederik Elsner with solo album!
Tiu - en spændende ny duo med debutalbum!
Juleplade med Per & Julie!
Jonas Fleischer udgiver album med sanglærker...
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.
Arctic Spirits is a modern heavy rock band from Qeqertarsuaq. They are made up of four young talented boys who are sprinkling with energy and something that is extraordinary is the guitar game that is impressive! The guitar game and the pumping bass are really moving and with a drummer in such a high gear that he sometimes gets up while playing, it can not be better at the Greenlandic rock universe. The album consists of 12 songs with true and honest heavynumre with a pair of rock ballads. It's almost like hearing Ozzy Osbourne in a modern edition and the lead-maker does well in a style that can be extremely challenging as a singer. The album has been produced in Atlantic Studio in Nuuk, 2008 and was completed in January 2009, with Simon Uldum as producer. Arctic Spirits had their first major performance at the Atlantic Music Festival (2008), and it's great with a new rock band in such a caliber!
This CD is a jubilee album that was produced in connection with Ilulissat's 275th anniversary. The CD is packed with musicians from Ilulissat who play music in all genres,Right from the boys from Discobay Blues to Ilulissat's choir. Well-known Mike Thomsen also contributes to the record with a song and there is music to suit all tastes.The album contains 10 songs.
Inuk who has been on the track for many years got their very big breakthrough with the album Aanngalerneq. Songs like Oqaluttuannguaq and Qerisutut became landslides and Inuk is one of the most active bands on the live scene around Greenland.
The Nordic koncert choir and Atlantic Studio recorded this fine album in the church of Nuuk.
Songs are both Danish, English and Greenlandic. The choir has toured both in Greenland and abroad which attract large crowds of people.
Putut comes from Qasigiannguit. The music is popped with a little soft rock and guitar solos. The singer Judithe Johannesen does a good job, and is often compared to Greenland's great singer Marina. The CD contains 11 tracks that were recorded in 2001. The topics are about love, friendship, longing, nature ... It is a very typical Greenlandic plate in the good way.
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.
The Appitta choir from Nuuk, this time in co-operation with Frederik and Ludvig Kristensen, has recorded 9 tracks. The numbers consist of both crossed singles and crosses that are backed up by instruments like harmonics, organ, guitar and gentle drums. People who like choral music and music such as Igalikumiut Kinguaavisa Nipilersortartui will love this plate. The songs, like everything else, are very short, but beautifully dazzled with deep tones from men and high tones from the ladies who together harmonize beautifully.