Dinner is Danish producer and singer Anders Rhedin. Dinner leads a nomadic existence, dividing his time between Los Angeles, Copenhagen and Berlin. This spring sees the release of his debut album ‘Psychic Lovers,’ out April 1 via Captured Tracks.
Needless to say, ‘Turn Me On’ was inspired by the sound of the 80s. “Dinner’s music is about parties. And women. Late nights and early mornings in strange cities. But mainly it’s about magic and the communion with spirits,” Dinner says. “It’s like sexual Christian rock, really. But with out all the Christianity.”
It’s been over a year of inactivity, and a lot has happened in my life that’s kept me from posting regularly. I moved from my native home of Colorado to Sydney Australia, where I lived for nearly two years. And now I’m back in the USA and living in NYC. Naturally, some of my priorities got shuffled as I trotted around the globe, and ArtistRoster was one of the projects that fell by the wayside.
So, to catch all of you up on what I’ve been listening to over that last year-ish, here’s a little playlist that I hope you’ll enjoy as much as I do.
I enjoy all three artists on their own, but put them all together
and you’ve got something special.
Sometimes a song comes along that’s so simple, yet so compelling that you’re forced to pay attention. I’ve listened to Twin Loss by Zula numerous times and glean something new every time. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Sivu is on a real streak as of late and I can’t get enough.
I’ve selfishly been sitting on another Marika Hackman track for a while now and I can’t wait any longer to share it with you. It’s called Wolf and it blows my mind every time I listen to it. You really should listen to both tracks below.
A Parisian remixing a Parisian.
New York’s “Skaters” are set to release their debut album “Manhattan” on February 25th. Until then, they’ve released “Deadbolt” as well as a couple others earning them a spot at this year’s SXSW. If you’re going, I’d look them up and see them live.
I’m quite fond of the original “Deadbolt” and the Twin Shadow remix. In fact, it was taking too much time to pick just one to feature. So, I’m providing both. Check out the video below as well.
I follow artists on SoundCloud because I hear something special in their music or their voice. I’ve been following Sivu for a while now, waiting for the right track to hit my ear drums. Then I heard ‘I lost myself’ remixed by Cosmo Sheldrake and I found my gem. I think you’ll like it. Have a listen.