Audiomatique proudly presents Trentemøller! Since his debut on Naked last year and "Beta Boy" on Out of Orbit "Physical Fraction" is only the third EP of this highly skilled producer from Copenhagen, but proves that he's come a long way. And also proves that there's space for many different styles on Audiomatique.
The title track "Physical Fraction" is a deathless minimal and techy house masterpiece that will become a club hit classic for sure! The track builds slowly and subtile to the acid fueled hook and makes you want to listen to to it over and over again.
As multi layered, but reduced to the essence with many bleeps and weird sounds is the B1 track "Rykketid", danish for "time to move". Starting with a tight kick drum and a slamming baseline the track opens up to the middle part with an adventurous and funky mixture of different House and Techno sounds which can't be pigeonholed, yet.
The third track comes in a completely different vein. Unexpectedly kicking off with bedazzled sitar sounds "Prana" reveals a rather trancy feel.
Anders Trentemøller from Copenhagen made his debut in 1997 together with DJ Tom Von Rosen when they formed the first live-house act "Trigbag" in Denmark. During the summer of 2003, Trentemøller impressed with his deep funky electro-house and released 'The Trentemøller EP' on Miguel Migs' label Naked Music. The EP was an international success and often heard at BBC Radio One played by DJs such as Steve Bug, Jo Mills, and Pete Gooding.
Trentemøller has also done remixes for artists such as Andy Caldwell & Jay-J, Aya, Rythm Slaves, the Danish acts Laid Back, Filur, Pasha and Blue Foundation. His remixes have also received massive airplay from DJs such as Danny Tegnalia and John Digweed. Recently, Trentemøller received the award ‘Up Front Release of the Year’ at the Danish DJ Awards in February 2004. Since then, the danish musician and producer has been busy mixing, releasing and touring the globe. Read more on Trentemøller's bio here.