Weâ€™re extremely proud to present â€œLostâ€, the third full-length venture from Anders TrenÂtemÃ¸ller. â€œLostâ€, much like its predecessor â€œInto the Great Wide Yonderâ€ (2010), serves not only as a logical continuation of his work, but also as yet another fuck-you to whatever genre you thought you had him boxed into.
The TrentemÃ¸ller sound is definitely left intact, yet as a whole it really doesnâ€™t sound like anyÂthing heâ€™s ever produced before.
Differing from â€œInto The Great Wide Yonderâ€, which was a rather bold cinematic landscape, â€œLostâ€ is definitely a far more streamlined afÂfair and way more â€œsong structuredâ€. Itâ€™s the kind of record one can only produce after endÂless months of studio isolation. Just where his creativity flourishes best.
Danish musician, live performer, producer, remixer and DJ and Anders TrentemÃ¸ller has risen to the heights of international success usually only connected with artists in more mainstream, pop realms. His outstanding skills and talent for heart-wrenching melodic moÂments, fused with his trademark sound, have helped him gain fans across the globe, and blur the boundaries between cutting-edge, underground quality and mass appreciation. His numerous singles and remixes spearheaded by exceptional and award-winning albums, "The Last Resort", "The TrentemÃ¸ller Chronicles", "Into The Great Wide Yonder", "ReÂmixed/Reworked" and his mix-CDs "Harbour Boat Trips" and "Late Night Tales" gained him all manner of praise, from press accolades to a non stop sell-out world tour.
The new album
The 12 songs on the new album "Lost" mark yet another big step forward in TrentemÃ¸ller's career. That trademark haunting feeling that defined both â€The Last Resortâ€ and â€Into the Great Wide Yonderâ€ hasnâ€™t been neglected on â€œLostâ€. Itâ€™s just been redefined and made way more ferocious, the signature glitchy bass being replaced by sub woofer frequencies far more pounding. TrentemÃ¸ller has managed to bring on board a whole rake of fantastic peers, personal influences and sprouting talent in form of guest appearances by Johnny Pierce (of The Drums), legendary slow-core pioneers Low, Jana Hunter (of Lower Dens), Marie Fisker, Ghost Society, Kazu Makino (of Blonde Redhead) and Sune Wagner (of The Raveonettes).