This Friday evening the good people at Distortion are teaming up with Bromance Records to host the Homieland tour, with the irrepressible DJ & producer Brodinski heading an impressive lineup of talent behind the decks.
It’s a night you’d be crazy to miss. Read more →
Have you ever taken taken hallucinogenic drugs before a job interview?. Read more →
This might very well be one of the best mixes you will hear all year. Read more →
The good people over at Ohoi have once again managed to gather a stellar line-up on three floors at the namesake Stengade 30 venue. Read more →
Diggin’ this new video by Public Service Broadcasting, a UK based band shaking things up with their spacey dance moves.
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Bay Area mogul and flambostant provider of high caliber lyrics, has finally released his long-awaited double album “Sharp On All Corners”, Read more →
On December 11. the New Zealand Death Metal trio Ulcerate, opens the gates of Hell at Pumpehuset, which serves as the perfect spot for this sonic “messe noire” and what most likely will be the most sardonic concert taking place in the capital this year! Read more →
Tom Caruana is a bit of a legend in UK hip hop.
His recent mixtape, Black Gold, blends the sounds of Wu-Tang Clan and Jimi Hendrix in a way that is pleasing to the brain and perfect for a lille Fredag afternoon.
DJ DRAMA and The Hoodstarz join forces and come up with the latest episode in the row of Gangsta Grillz releases, entitled “56 Months” Read more →
You may recognize Elena (Ena) Cosovic as a DJ from Copenhagen’s electronic music scene, but that’s only one part of her. Elena is also ENA—a pop musician writing songs about the intricacies of relationships, as well as a myriad of other topics we can all relate to. On November 24, Ena will be releasing her debut EP, Change, through Warner Music. Bitchslap took some time to catch up with Ena about the creative process, vulnerability, and the power of pop. Read more →
After a fairly lenghty operational break, Teal Recordings breaks the silence so-to-speak with its ninth single release, which reportedly has been sold out at most stores already. Read more →
Copenhagen’s newest stockist of BS mag is a beer and record store in Nørrebro, of course!
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Whose World is This? The World is Yours. Some albums are nothing short of revolutionary. The American rapper Nas’ debut album ‘Illmatic’ from 1994 is just that. Join us at the Bremen Teater, where we will cohost ‘Nas – Time is Illmatic,’ with CPH:DOX. Afterparty to follow.
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I remember producer Ronni Vindahl posting a video on facebook about 24 months ago, and being a fan of 99% of his work, I figured I’d give this track three minutes of my time. The tune was Pilgrim, by an otherwise unknown talent going by the name Mø. I put it on repeat, posted it on the site and then more or less forgot about it. Fast forward a week or two and Pilgrim is on around half a million plays and Mø is the word on everyone’s lips. Read more →
Comprised of two of the most verbose MC’s in Hip-Hop today– Aesop Rock and Rob Sonic– Hail Mary Mallon prepares to unleash their second full-length release, Bestiary.
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Luke McMillan aka The DJ Producer upped this particular track to his Soundcloud earlier this week and possibly the best thing about it? Read more →
When I meet Torbjørn Brundtland and Svein Berge, the duo that makes up Röyksopp, at the Warner Music studios in Copenhagen, the first thing that strikes me is the palpable magnetism surging betwen them. Just one look, and it’s obvious that Torbjørn and Svein have been making music together for over twenty years. This organic unity that flows between them also frames the type of music they make: just like the energy existing between them, Röyksopp’s brand of electronic music subtly eases the listener into an emotional state that feels deliberate and natural, yet is difficult to describe with mere words. Röyksopp are about to release their last LP, The Inevitable End, so we took some time to chat about the idea of a final album, music versus language, and placebo. Read more →
The French language and a hiphop beat were born at the same time.
Whenever and wherever that shit happened, way back in the day, French looked at a tiny beat, said something sexy and they never looked back.
CPH (Chill, Pot, Homies) is French MC/Producer Pawnee StoneHouse’s first solo project. Read more →