"Et album med fingrene solidt plantet i den klassiske genre med et moderne twist af elektroniske beats, vokalforvrængning og store lydflader. Desuden en flot vokal præstation af Lotte Andersen igennem hele albummet”. Musikblogger "An album anchored in the classical realm with a modern twist of electronic beats, vocal saturation and large soundscapes. A strong vocal performance by Lotte Andersen throughout the album"
Featuring A Curious Cast Of Illuminating Players
Lotte Andersen: Lead Vocals
Søren Møller: Piano, Mellotron, Synth Bass & Soundscapes
Spejderrobot: Beats, Breaks, Bitdreams & Atmospheres
Mark Linn: Backing Vocals Extraordinaire
Neill Cardinal Furio: Grunts & Groans
And An Esteemed Ensemble Of Gifted Musicians
Johanna Qvamme: Violin
Alfkil Wennermark: Violin
Sigrid Kongshøj-Munch: Viola
Adam McKenzie: Cello
Pàll Solstein: French Horn
Niels Gerhardt: Trombone & Tuba
Nicolai Eghorst: Clarinet
String & Brass Arrangements: Søren Møller
Electronic Derangements: Spejderrobot
In the beginning was the Word ... or so we're told.
I'm pretty sure it was something else ... say, a breath, or a bang, or a sigh ... unless that's the end ... but no matter. Let's just say this: In the beginning was the beginning.
And somewhere along the line, the question "Would you?" was asked. And the answer came quickly: "Of course."
And the outcome of that question is RADIUMUSIC ... the living, breathing, banging, sighing, collaborative, four-fold musical Exquisite Corpse of songstress Lotte Andersen, maestro Søren Møller, electromagician Spejderrobot, and rock-poet Neill Cardinal Furio.
The Surrealists' art-parlor game of chance, which delights and disturbs by way of fragmentation and re-association, serves as an apt metaphor for the process of making RADIUMUSIC ... and not just as a representation of the four creative spirits at play. It's also symbolic of the diverse worlds of science, history, music, and poetry that share the surface of this CD.
And it's also a reminder that any objét d'art isn't truly finished until it's shared with its recipient ... the final collaborator. In this case, you.