Lost by Trentemøller, released 23 September 2013 1. The Dream (feat. Low) 2. Gravity (feat. Jana Hunter of Lower Dens) 3. Still On Fire 4. Candy Tongue (feat. Marie Fisker) 5. Trails 6. Never Stop Running (feat. The Trentemøller sound is definitely left intact, yet as a whole it really doesn’t sound like anything he’s ever produced before. Few artists seem to possess that special talent of leaving the audience just as baffled as they are satisfied, but hey, that’s what’s great about Anders. He may alienate a few heads along the way, but it wouldn’t be interesting for him if he didn’t. Well, that's not for me. -Trentemøller Lost boasts a dozen tracks.
Trentemøller - Lost 2010's Into The Great Wide Yonder was so grand and cinematic, you might have thought Anders Trentemøller had moved from Copenhagen to Hollywood. On Lost, he's gone in the opposite direction. While some music sounds like it belongs in a Paul Thomas Anderson film or an explosive episode of Breaking Bad, this is mostly a song-based album, with guest vocalists (Low, the Drums' Jonny Pierce, Sune Wagner of the Raveonettes) at the fore
In September 2013, Trentemøller released his third full-length album Lost, including collaborations with Low, Jonny Pierce from The Drums, Marie Fisker, Kazu Makino of Blonde Redhead, Jana Hunter of Lower Dens, Ghost Society and Sune Wagner of The Raveonettes. That year, Trentemøller also supported Depeche Mode on their Delta Machine world tour and appeared at Melt!, Dour, Pitch and Zurich Open Air. In 2014 Trentemøller composed the theme for the AMC series Halt and Catch Fire. Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique. Retrieved 27 September 2016. "Guld og platin" (in Danish).
Listen to music from Trentemøller like In The Garden, Miss You & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Trentemøller. Trentemøller made his debut in 1997 together with DJ . 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, and Etienne de Crécy. Trigbag dissolved in 2000.
The maverick producer mixes up punchy electronica with drone-rock and piano. By Tristan Parker Posted: Thursday September 12 2013. Danish electronica producer Anders Trentemøller has always come across as the moody, maverick outsider that doesn’t give too much of a fig what people think of his work. Kind of like Idris Elba’s maverick cop Luther, but with more xylophones. In lesser hands it might all sound tangled, but Trentemøller’s masterful touch and creative smarts make ‘Lost’ a fascinating and intoxicating record with a wonderfully creepy - and occasionally beautiful - narrative running through it. If Tim Burton was still making good films then ‘Lost’ would make a splendidly spooky soundtrack. What are your thoughts?
The music on this album represents one of the most influential groups in music history performing in a musical style it had perfected and reaching in new, exploratory directions that would affect the trajectory of jazz from then on. In short, this is the holy grail of jazz