Rune RK

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Rune RK
Birth name Rune Reilly Kölsch
Also known as Rune RK, ENUR, Kölsch
Born 1976/1977 (age 37–38)[1]
Origin Copenhagen, Denmark
Genres House, techno, reggae fusion
Occupation(s) Disc jockey
Electronic musician
Years active 1995–present
Labels ArtiFarti Records
Ultra Records
Spinnin Records
Kompakt Records
Defected Records
Toolroom Records
Nightology Records

Rune Reilly Kölsch (born c. 1977, also known as Rune RK, Rune, ENUR and Kölsch, is a record producer and DJ from Denmark.


Rune started producing music in 1995, when he released the single "Zone One", experimenting on techno and drum & bass.


For Rune Reilly Kölsch, Kompakt has become a great label to call home. In 2013 the German imprint celebrated 20 years of record releases at the cutting edge of electronic music, championed in June by one of the most genre re-defining albums and personal music projects for an era: Kölsch’s landmark long player, ‘1977’.


Enur's first solo album, Raggatronic, is a predominantly reggae fusion album and has guest-appearances by Natasja, Natalie Storm, Majid, Beenie Man, Greg Nice, Chopper City Boyz, Collie Buddz, GoonRock and Nicki Minaj

Artificial Funk[edit]

Main article: Artificial Funk

Alongside his half-brother Johannes Torpe he formed the Artificial Funk production team in 2000. The pair achieved notoriety through a number of hits, notably "Together" and through the international hit "Calabria". They were signed to Skint Records in 2002. Rune and Torpe have also founded the labels ArtiFarti Records, and Nightology Records.



as Enur
as Artificial Funk
  • 2008 Sleep Less, Live More
as Kölsch


Rune RK / ENUR
  • 2010 "Loreley"
  • 2010 "Silberpfeil"
  • 2011 "Opa"
  • 2011 "Der Alte"
  • 2012 "All that Matters" (with Troels Abrahamsen)
  • 2013 "Goldfisch"
  • 2013 "Zig"
  • 2014 "Cassiopeia"
Artificial Funk
All tracks co-produced by Johannes Torpe
  • 1995 "Real Funk"
  • 1996 "Zone One"
  • 2000 "Use It (The Music)"
  • 2001 "People Don't Know"
  • 2002 "Together" (with Nellie Ettison)
  • 2005 "Never Alone"
Ink and Needle
  • 2006 "Number One/Number Two"
  • 2006 "Number Three/Number Four"
  • 2007 "Number Five/Number Six"
  • 2007 "Number Seven/Number Eight"
  • 2008 "Number Nine/Number Ten"
  • 2008 "Number Eleven/Number Twelve"
Other aliases
  • 2003 "I Just Want to Be a Drummer", as Heavy Rock (with Johannes Torpe)
  • 2004 "Beautiful", as Rude RKade (with Morten Luco)
  • 2007 "Koochi Koochi", as Fashion Victims (with Johannes Torpe)
  • 2007 "Elephant", as Rune & Sydenham (with Jerome Sydenham)
  • 2008 "Peter Pan/Snow Bored", as Rune & Sydenham (with Jerome Sydenham)


  1. ^ Sherburne, Phillip (26 September 2014). "Kölsch". Pitchfork. Retrieved 11 March 2015. 

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