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Trentemøller live @ Summer Spirit Festival 2006
|Birth name||Anders Trentemøller|
|Also known as||Businessman
October 16, 1974 |
|Labels||Poker Flat Recordings
Anders Trentemøller (born October 16, 1974 in Vordingborg, Denmark) (Danish pronunciation: [ˈtʁɑndəˌmøˀlɐ]) is a Danish electronic music producer and multi-instrumentalist based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Born in Vordingborg in the Zealand region of Denmark, Trentemøller started out with a number of single productions. In 2006 he released his debut album, The Last Resort; the song "Vamp" from that album was played in Eastbound & Down: Chapter 2 during a dance scene.
In the summer of 2008 Trentemøller started a live tour: "Trentemøller Live in Concert". Trentemøller and band (Henrik Vibskov on drums and Mikael Simpson on guitar and bass) performed tracks from the album The Last Resort live on stage, with visuals provided by video director Karim Ghahwagi. The tour included the Glastonbury (UK), Melt! (Germany), Lowlands (Netherlands) and Roskilde (Denmark) festivals and was followed by Trentemøller's first concerts in the United States.
In 2010 he released his second album, Into the Great Wide Yonder. The song "Shades of Marble" from that album was played in the trailer for Pedro Almodovar's The Skin I Live In and in the film itself.
Studio albums 
Extended plays 
- Live in Concert E.P. (Roskilde Festival 2007) (2008)
Compilation albums 
- The Trentemøller Chronicles (2007)
- Harbour Boat Trips 01: Copenhagen (2009)
- The Trigbag Chronicles (2010)
- LateNightTales (2011)
- Reworked/Remixed (2011)
- Live in Copenhagen (2013)
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- http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/essentialmix/tracklistingarchive.shtml?20061231 BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix Tracklisting Archive, retrieved February 27, 2007
- Det Som Ingen Ved on IMDB