• West Coast Music

    As the name indicates West Coast Music has its origin on the American West Coast. The music emphasizes melody, harmonies and arrangements, and the vocal and instrumental performances are always with great skill and of high quality. The music is often performed by pop/rock artists from the American West Coast, but is in no way limited to any geografical area.

orenlyd

New band with the great ´80 popsound…

In 2002 the singer Poul Krebs created the recordlabel Transistor Music together with Poul Martin Bonde. The first band they signed were Orenlyd and with the producer Knut E. Haavik they recorded the album “Ind Under Himlen” at Dansebjerg Studio at the beautiful island Samsoe.

Orenlyd write their music with inspiration from the singer/songwriter tradition, and the four guys Stefen Brask (singer, guitars), Soren Zahle (guitars), Jeppe Houborg (bass) & Thomas E. Petersen (keyboards) has created songs that easily gets on your mind.

The first album did recieve many positive reactions, and after the releases they toured around in Denmark.

In 2004 they released their follow-up album “Solstrejfer” this time with Soren Jacobsen (Backseat, Poul Krebs, Ester Brohus) as producer and help from Soren Mikkelsen (Kim Larsen, Saybia) & Moh Denebi (Julie).

Discography

Solstrejfer

Transistor Music 2004

Tracks: Springvand…, Find 5 Fejl, Baden Til Sverige, Slipstrom, Ramt, Sover Pa Siden, Lad Mig Ga Alene, Radar, Stjernekigger, Alting Fra Oven & Bilfri Sondag.

Musicians on the Solstrejfer album: Stefan Brask, Soren Zahle Schou, Jeppe Houborg, Thomas E. Petersen, Thomas Ousager, Michael Gronnegard, Palle Hjort, Allan Dahl, Lisa K. Brask, Soren Jacobsen, Soren Mikkelsen & Moh Denebi.

Ind Under Himlen

Transitor Music 2002

Tracks: 16 Hverdagsord, Ind Under Himlen, Under Et Tilfaldigt Tra, Stand By, Plads Til Pop, Bla, Den Bla Karrusel, Vejen Hjem, Sa Lange Der Er Hab, Bla Blink & Nanna.

Musicians on the Ind Under Himlen album: Stefan Brask, Soren Zahle Schou, Jeppe Houborg, Thomas Egeskov Petersen, Allan Dahl, Thomas Ousager, Knut Haavik & Peter Sommer.

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