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Artist Info

Trentemøller

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Trentemøller made his debut in 1997 together with DJ T.O.M. when they formed the first live-house act in Denmark, Trigbag, and started playing concerts all over the globe. Trigbag's single “Showtime” was played by international DJs such as Alex Gopher, Laurent Garnier or Etienne de Crécy. Trigbag dissolved in 2000.

Trentemøller returned on Naked Music in 2003 with his The Trentemøller EP including the tracks “Le Champagne” and “Work in Progress”. Trentemøller received the award “Up Front Release of the Year” at the Danish DJ Awards in February 2004 for the Track “Le Champagne”.

In late 2004 he issued a white label remix of Aphex Twin's "Windowlicker", under the name "Run Jeremy".

In February 2005 Steve Bug released the renowned Trentemøller EP "Physical Fraction" on his label Audiomatique. This release put Trentemøller on the map of internationally successful producers, and was followed by three releases on Steve’s main label Poker Flat: Polar Shift, Sunstroke and the Nam Nam EP. Many reader polls awarded him as the Best Newcomer of the year 2005.

Trentemøller is also a much demanded remixer. Highlights have been his remixes for Martinez ("Shadowboxing"), Sharon Philips ("Want 2 Need 2"), Röyksopp ("What Else Is There?"), The Knife ("We Share Our Mother’s Health"), "Sodom" for the Pet Shop Boys, and Moby’s hit "Go". "Go (Trentemøller Remix)" charted at #38 on the Australian ARIA Club chart in October 2006.

Anders' debut album The Last Resort was released on Poker Flat in October 2006. German magazine Groove Mag and French magazine Trax both voted it as "Record of the Year" in November 2006.

His Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1 was voted Essential Mix of the Year by listeners in 2006.

Anders Trentemøller lives in Vesterbro, central Copenhagen.
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