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DEF in 2016

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir – Are You Lost In The World Like Me?

M83 – Do It, Try It

Röyksopp – Never Ever (Featuring Susanne Sundfør)

Robyn – RMX/RBN Project

Susanne Sundfør – Reincarnation

Rex The Dog – Teufelsberg (Modular Video)

Mylo – Transmissions

Karim & Karam – Klit Karma Mix

Olof Dreijer – Rinse FM Mix

Zhala Remix of Robyn – Stars 4 Ever

DEF Christmas Songs

A selection of Christmas songs chosen by DEF artists and staff members…

David Bowie & Bing Crosby – Little Drummer Boy

Eartha Kitt – Santa Baby

Erasure – She Wont Be Home (Lonely Christmas)

The Knife – Reindeer

Low – Just Like Christmas

Mary J Blige – Christmas In The City

Mariah Carey – All I Want For Christmas Is You

Nils Bech – O Helga Natt

Pet Shop Boys – Always On My Mind

Röyksopp – Le Cantique de Noel

Run DMC – Christmas In Hollis

Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg – Santa Claus Goes Straight To The Ghetto

Sparks – Thank God It’s Not Christmas

Wiley – Cheer Up, It’s Christmas

DEF Artists at the P3 Gull Awards

This year Röyksopp were presented with the prestigious P3 Gull award for the influence of their music both internationally and abroad. The band performed ‘I Had This Thing’ with Jamie Irrepressibles at the ceremony last year and Susanne Sundfør– who has also received the award- performed Fade Away in 2014. Watch both performances below.

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DEF Covers

Inspired by the recent chart success of a cover of a DEF artist’s track we’ve put together a list of some of our favourite covers by and of DEF artists. Featuring Robyn, Moby, Röyksopp, Susanne Sundfør & Fever Ray.

DEF Artists Nominated for Norwegian Grammys

Video of the Year: Röyksopp and Stian Andersen ‘Skulls’

Pop Solo Artist: Susanne Sundfør

Producer of the Year: Susanne Sundfør

Album of the Year: Susanne Sundfør ‘Ten Love Songs’

Song of the Year: Susanne Sundfør ‘Delirious’

DEF’s Top Ten of 2015

The Dø – Trustful Hands

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir – Almost Loved

Rex The Dog – Musik Hypnotises

Robyn & La Bagatelle Magique – Love Is Free (ft Maluca)

Susanne Sundfør – Accelerate

Zhala – Holy Bubbles

Man Without Country – Romanek

Röyksopp – I Had This Thing

M83 – Holes In The Sky ft. Haim

iamamiwhoami – CONCERT IN BLUE (live 2015)

Follow these as a playlist of Spotify or Youtube.

The Future of DEF in 2015 – Part 6 – Susanne Sundfør

Susanne is releasing her album “Ten Love Songs” this month and will follow it up with world wide touring and festival appearances.

Premiere: Maps ‘A.M.A. (Susanne Sundfør Remix)’ Stream

Susanne Sundfør‘s remix for MAPS is over on Under the Radar.

M83 & Susanne Sundfør working on Oblivion track

Anthony Gonzalez from M83 has been working on the score for the forthcoming Tom Cruise movie Oblivion with composer Joseph Trapanese (TRON: Uprising, The Raid: Redemption).

The score features a hybrid of the traditional M83 electronic sound combined with sweeping orchestral elements. It has 16 score cues, along with a brand new song by M83 featuring Susanne Sundfør used as the end title for the film, listen to it below:

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Anthony Gonzalez & Joseph Trapanese in the studio by Joseph Trapanese

Anthony discusses the scoring process:

“It was challenging, to say, writing the music for Oblivion during my tour with M83. In the back of the tour bus, I had a small set up and was making music whenever I could. It was a little complicated at first but a great way to take a break from the tour and lose myself in Oblivion’s score. Joseph Kosinski had a pretty good idea of what the music would be for the movie, and it took me finding a way to make him happy and make me happy during the process. The soundtrack is truly a collaboration between Joseph Kosinski, Joe Trapanese and myself.

Scoring the film was a true enjoyment, it involved lots of stress, lots of sweat, and lots of hard work, but in the end, the soundtrack serves the movie very well. It really is a great Hollywood soundtrack. Oblivion is a big film with a big sound and a big orchestra, and while the soundtrack is different from my original idea, in the end I am very proud of it. I feel incredibly lucky to be a part of this journey.”

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Anthony Gonzalez, Satoshi Noguchi & Joseph Trapanese in the studio by Joseph Trapanese

Oblivion’s director, Joseph Kosinski, concludes:

“Anthony creates music that is aspirational, emotional and uniquely his own. I teamed him with Joe Trapanese, who I worked with on my first film and another phenomenal talent. Together they have created the score that I have dreamed about since I first put this story down on paper eight years ago.”

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Anthony Gonzalez & Joseph Kosinski

Listen to StarWaves, the first track to be revealed from the Oblivion score below:

Man Without Country ‘RMX’ on Spotify

Man Without Country have released a compilation of their remixes for the likes of M83, Moby, Archive, School of Seven Bells, Active Child, Susanne Sundfør, Chad Valley, Lanterns On The Lake and Hannah Cohen. You can listen on Spotify now.

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