Music from the band GR-7 from Maniitsoq. Style/genre isn´t easy to describe as you will listen to both rock, pop, blues, reggae and even rockn´roll with solo guitar – but really a solumn production.
Album produced to mark the 50 years jubilee of the Union of women and also a symbol of the front figure of the union Gudrun Chemnitz and her great work throughout the years to guard and keep Greenlandic traditions in the home. Stories told by three of our great vocalist´s Nina, Julie and Kimmernaq, beautifully performed. In between one Christmas song performed as choir – very traditional and much used in celebrating the Greenlandic Christmas.
Denne pack indeholder 4 CD'er!
The new songwriter Aaninnguaq from Qeqertarsuaq is now out with his debut album, consisting of brand new songs and re-recorded folk songs. Aaninnguaq's quieter less about a mix of Paninnguaq Jensen and Igalikumiut Kinguaavisa Nipilersortartui.
The album was produced in 2007.
Qaammataasat is a new band from Nuuk, and the music style itself is new in Greenland, where the melodic universe is spiced with a lot of hovering guitars and quiet vocal voices. The melodies are modest and inviting in the cool way, so as listening automatically automatically leans back and enjoying the lovely contrast between the different British-rock-inspired reefs and themes that drive on the instrumental and surprising expression that the singer gives. The album deserves to be heard several times as it takes at least a couple of passages to get fully into the Qaammataasat genre. The album "Sinnattut" has some lovely ballads with tempos shift and there are several tracks to be noticed, not least the radio sing "Kisivit" which is a nice catchy song.
"ANGU" is the production that made it possible for Atlantic Studio to promote both the studio and Greenlandic production abroad. An enormous energy was put into this production and was several years in production. Angu´s video "Red light" hit the MTV top and was shown all over the world. A beautiful song companied by the breathtakingGreenlandic landscape. Style is soft pop/rock. The production quickly sold to gold (5000pcs.) in Greenland only.
The album ”Burning Blue Skies” was made as a successor to the first album named “Angu”. The mood of Angu is wellknown and recognizable and inspiration and producing together with producer Mik S. Christensen in Atlantic Studio this fine production is now available. The lyric´s of Angu together with beautiful melodies makes the album complete.
Satirical album from NIROHT from the north called "Uummannaq". When introduced to his demo the staff of Atlantic Studio could not stop the laughter that went on and on.... The lyrics of NIROHT are exceptional as you here find stories of the nuisance of the mosquito, the smokers addiction accompanied by Arabic rhythm´s and at the same time with professional instrumental guitar play. Vocals sometimes are performed in a funny way and quite disguised. So - looking fir entertainment . you won´t be disappointed - album recommended for both children and adult.
Atlantic Studio celebrated 10 years in October 2008 which was the occasion to this production containing some of the most popular artists until then. The compilation and it´s content is rock, heavy, hip-hop and therefore mostly addressed to the younger audience. Artists as Nina K. Jørgensen, Kimmernaq, Angu, Peand-eL, Tuumotz, DDR, X-it contribute on this production.
Among Relatives – an ”underground band” in Denmark was signed in Atlantic Studio as band members has relation to Greenland – and the studio found the band interesting and inspiring for Greenlandic musicians. Record was not recorded and mastered in Atlantic Studio but in Sweeden where known musicians as Sigur Rós, Neil Young have produced. Lyrics are both aggressive and sensitive – all instruments are important, wellplayed and intense. The vocals from the leadsinger Jimmy Andersen, also writer of the tracks, are perfect for this indie-rock style.
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!
If you like solid rock you should listen to this rockband from Copenhagen. Four musicians with great experience from the rockscene. Leadsinger with transcendent vocal - vigorous guitar reefs, solo and powerful drumming. The band was signed in Atlantic Studio in 2007 and given great attention.
This album has been a long way and now it has finally come out. It is a colorful plate with lots to offer in terms of music style and mood. It is experimental pop in newer sense with both Greenlandic and English texts. The album is exciting with songs and tales, and you must notice the selected voices that have been used as well as the different sounds. Ex. On track 2 with an intro of the soaring wolves in the background while different voices tell together with a Greenlandic drum and a woman who sings Aj'ja'jaa can not be more life-provoking - nice peaceful listening. The song is originally an Inneruulat number "Inunnguugami", which everyone knows about here. While the song is in progress there are bridges between song and story - well arranged. There are lots of different shifts and numbers are completed. The plate contains 11 numbers, and the shifts between a female and male make the album more versatile to listen to.
Greenland's most famous choir Aavaat moves to the younger crowd with this choir containing children's songs. As it is a cork plate, it is also an adult-friendly plate, and as always it is a pleasure to hear the exciting events that the choir has managed to artificially process - this makes it exciting for both children and the elderly. Production took place in the summer of 2008 and contains 21 tracks with some of the most famous children's songs in Greenland. Songs like "Kalingaarpoq kalingaarpoq" and "Soralumma-ralumma" are just a few of the selected songs for the album.