The Good because Danish Team often publishes posts that are written together by all members of the editorial team.
A preschool-teacher-turned-copywriter who's almost always wearing her headphones. Her passion for live music led to an obsession with Danish artists, particularly heavy metal bands. If you ever see a curly haired girl blowing bubbles at Copenhell, it's definitely Angie.
The founder of Good because Danish, a lover of good music and Denmark (of course). When she heard “Trouble Is” by Turboweekend for the first time, she was sold. The passion made her create this project, to spread the word about great Danish music.
A journalist and amateur musician originally from a sleepy village in England, now living in Northern Jutland. Music has always been a source of inspiration for Charlotte and the opportunity to study Music Journalism and Broadcasting at university was one of their best decisions. Charlotte has experience with radio and podcasting alongside copywriting and journalism. They are rarely found not listening to some form of new music.
A musician and linguist living in Copenhagen. When not performing and recording with different bands and artists, he tinkers with writing and producing songs of his own with the many great singers and players that have crossed his path over the years. Mads’s musical craft may sway decidedly old school, but regardless of genre, his ears remain wide open to new songs and soundscapes. Of particular interest is the interaction between music and lyrics, and how artists create meaning from how they complement one another — or don’t.
Marie is a political journalist by day, music journalist by night. She fell in love with Danish music after Eurovision 2011 and A Friend in London’s “New Tomorrow”. Nowadays you can spot her in a concert’s front row as a photographer but, above all, a fan. Marie enjoys daydreaming on Godsbanen’s slanted roof, listening to The Minds of 99, Carl Emil Petersen and Virgin Suicide.
Running around trying to find colour in this often so grey world. Having studied cultural and urban discourses, she’s been around in the cultural field (journalism, theater, performance, music) for several years now. Through her work for hfn music and regularly attending Reeperbahn Festival, she was introduced to many amazing Danish artists and from then on she was hooked – with especially Blaue Blume very close to her heart. Mirjam only writes about music that earnestly excites and touches her – whether that is making her dance, laugh, cry or simply dissolve in sounds.