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!
Jonas Fleischer udgiver album med sanglærker...
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.
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.
Katsi Kleist, originally from South Greenland, has participated in several releases, and after many years of development she has produced her first solo album. The album contains 10 earthy songs where the style is acoustically influenced by gentle guitar themes, electronic background sounds and listenable melodies. The album stays at the gentle end and if you are to country and lovely ballads it's just the case! Katsi's texts deal with positive things where the cover of the family, happy surroundings and lovely memories tells you very well about what this album implies. Katsi is helped by talented musicians and the album is beautifully produced. The album's title is called "Qujanaq", which in english means "Thanks".
Mariina - Greenland's first major songwriter stands for some of the largest sales of albums in Greenland, and with its unique voice has gained a lot of popularity. This 1992 cd was the start of her entire career. It contains 9 great songs, and what makes the album more interesting to listen to is that there is also a male singer on the cd (Hans Lange). This makes the plate more varied. The texts are beautifully written by, among others, Ole Kristiansen and Hans Lange himself. The CD is Marini's best-selling album.
Kimmernaq was introduced to Greenlandic music as we listenet to her vocal on the solo album of Stinne Jacobsen. A contract was offered as the producer of Atlantic Studio Mik S. Christensen draw the attention to this special vocal. The songs and lyrics are written by Pilu Lynge, a wellknown popular artist and songs given to Kimmernaq as a present. Music style is “fresh” as Kimmernaq says ! and the music quickly hit the music chart. A star is born (2006)
Then our everybody's Julie is back, stronger than ever! Julie's new CD is right on the stairs and we at Atlantic Music are extremely proud to be able to stand for the distribution of this beautiful album that already has singles in Danish and Greenlandic radio stations with extremely great success - as always. Julie, who is Greenland's biggest song diva, even managed to get a Greenlandic song on the album, namely the title song "Asasara". In addition, she has promised her Greenlandic audience that during this year she will come to Greenland tour. ' Her two previous albums have sold over 120,000 copies in Denmark and Greenland, and no other artist from Greenland can do that.
Julie has also contributed to other Greenlandic releases:
- The album Eskimo Weekend Soundtrack, where she sings "Lost and Found", written by Angu Motzfeldt.- The album Arctic Horizons, where she sings "Lady", written by Angu Motzfeldt and the song "You & Me", which she sings together with Nina Kreutzmann Jørgensen - written by Nuka V. Petersen.- The album Zedna, where she sings the song "Kipilerfigivagit", written by Isak Møller.- The album Arnajarak ', where Julie and Nina Kreutzmann Jørgensen sing Greenlandic children songs.
Sonnet from Nuuk is released with their long-awaited debut album Unnuaru, which contains 10 Greenlandic and English songs. Sonnet has played a lot of concerts with great success before recording the album - this has given them the training needed to record as well a record. The album "Unnuaru" consists of ballads as well as music that is the most of her at the popping end. The band is for 6 people and the singer Kristine Thomsen is singing in harmony with the music. The album was produced in 2007.
Nuunoq Johansen who has stood for this magnificent album is not an unknown name in the world of music. He has been called Greenland's answer to Joe Satriani, and you hear the instrumental numbers on this album where he fires it in the best possible way, you understand why. He has been able to experience him with Kalak when playing concerts, and now he has made an excellent album with varying songs and has mixed musicians and singers with the help of his musical friends. The album has been a long way, and here are some from the guest list who say it all: Julius Larsen (Ole Kristiansen Band), Villad Sandgreen (Liima Inui), Renë Fleischer (Discobay Blues), Kaali Olsen (Kalak), Nina K. Jørgensen, Nuka V. Petersen, Titken Jakobsen, Hans Jukku Noahsen (Nuutit), Jonas Fleischer (Discobay Blues) and more. The album contains 10 songs and was finalized this summer in 2008. If you hear the entire album, you will be invited to modern pop, blues and rock where the guitar along with the vowels has the dominant role, but what makes this album different are the lovely shifts that can Tend to get into a universe in the best Pink Floyd style. Nuunoq's eminent guitar game is in international class and he has the ability to make an instrumental number extremely interesting listening to where the guitar sings and screams so listeners get goose skin. All songs are well-played by all musicians and it is a pleasure to hear the different instruments being played full from song to song ...
Then Julie is on the track again! This time in Danish with a few surprises in the form of guests like Nik & Jay and Søs Fenger, and the album "Lige Nu" contains 15 songs. The song "Good Again", written by Julie and Søs Fenger in favor of NANU children, is not quite unknown when it was heard of DR's Christmas greeting to Greenland. The title song "Just Now", which is the first single from the album, is already an earmagger from the radio and not only does it get it in Greenlandic and you can call it a bonus! The song "Ingerlateqqiuk" is a lovely positive and life-loving song that Julie sings amazingly, and the whole album is spicy with a creative Julie Berthelsen in the songwriting and not surprisingly, the songs are also top. In addition, the "A Burning Moment" melody is known as the "2900 Happiness" TV3 - now in Danish, and with so many different songs, the album is colorful in which modern pop is offered with more exciting twists. "Right Now" is Julie's fourth album, and her voice is obviously perfect for the Danish language, which creates a nice healthy plate with lots of energy and a Julie in top form!
Simon Lynge er bosat i Los Angeles, hvor han har fået produceret denne pragtfulde plade. Simon Lynge har boet i USA i flere år nu og har spillet mange steder i verden med sin dejlige sang og musik sammen med nogle af verdens bedste musikere som har forelsket sig i Simons melodiske numre.
Mariina - Greenland's greatest singer has ever sold most albums of all heroes in Greenland. "Eqqarsaatinga" is the second edition of the band and contains some of the biggest hits in Greenland's music history, such as the tilting song "Eqqarsaatinga", "Tusarpara" and "Nujarsui", which has been said to be the raw game in the Greenlandic home. Now these songs have finally returned to the market after many years of demand. The record is from 1993 and consists of 10 numbers. Mariina is still active on stage, and thanks to Hans Lange for the magnificent songs he was able to write, as they proved to be immortal songs that once again revive from generation to generation.