Caribou, Grouper on Trentemøller Comp
- Words: Maverick Newberry
He might be known the world over for minimal electronic dancefloor cuts, but Anders Trentemøller has a few other tricks up the sleeves of that coat, one of which is lumping artists like Beach House, Grouper, Two Lone Swordsmen, and A Place to Bury Strangers onto the same compilation—and effectively too.
Harbour Boat Trips is reportedly a collection of the Danish DJ, producer, and remixer's favorite tunes, and also his first-ever mix CD. The variety of tracks also includes a few rare outtakes and remixes, along with one live edit of Trentemøller's own track "Vamp."
The album will drop May 18, as the inaugural release for brand-new concept imprint hfn.
Harbour Boat Trips:
01 Grouper - "Heavy Water/I'd Rather Be Sleeping"
02 Gravenhurst - "I Turn My Face to the Forest Floor"
03 Emiliana Torrini - "Livesaver"
04 I Got You On Tape - "Somersault"
05 Beach House - "Gila"
06 The Brian Jonestown Massacre - "Anemone"
07 The Raveonettes - "Aly, Walk with Me (Nic Endo Remix)"
08 The Hypothetical Prophets (Proroky) - "Back to the Burner"
09 Suicide - "Cheree"
10 Muscleheads - "Phosphorescence"
11 David Garcet - "Confidence (New Wave Remix)"
12 Rennie Foster - "Devil's Water"
13 Caribou - "Melody Day (Four Tet Remix)"
14 The Raveonettes/Trentemøller - "She's Lost Control"
15 A Place to Bury Strangers - "I Know I'll See You"
16 Suicide - "Ghost Rider"
17 Khan - "Fantômes"
18 Trentemøller - "Vamp (Live Edit)"
19 Two Lone Swordsmen - "Kamanda's Response"
20 Copenhagen Collective - Copenhagen (Trentemøller Edit Mix)
21 Soft Cell - "Tainted Love"
Photo by Dirk Merten.
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