The newest Sound of Copenhagen compilation was released a litte while ago, on 5. February 2016. If you’re a fan of electronic music, you simply can’t miss this collection.
“The electronic genre has grown bigger and become very popular both nationally and internationally. That is why it has become even more important to bring media attention to upcoming Danish talent these days. This compilation is a good indication that the Danish scene is extremely talented at the moment. Small, quirky projects keep popping up, and our finest task is to give these artists the attention they deserve”
– says Le Gammeltoft from Sound of Copenhagen about their 16. compilation.
All songs from compilation vol. 16 fit perfectly well in this context. Listening to tracks from Borneland‘s remix of Louis Petri’s “Easy“, over Seeamse’s “Walls” (dear Sekuoia, you’ve got competition) to Navneløs‘ “Bukseløs” is like watching photos in a kaleidoscope. You know the pictures are real, but they somehow seem surreal, made up, slightly twisted. You need to have the faith and free mind of a child to have fun with them. Try to listen to Sound of Copenhagen vol. 16 with the innocence of a child and you’ll experience a true electronic music adventure.