Efterklang - The Last Concert
Published 14 January 2014 by DM

We’ve just heard news of a concert to celebrate a decade of Efterklang releases and concerts, to take place in the Danish town where they grew up. It comes with the bittersweet revelation that this is the end of Efterklang as we know them, though it seems the group plan to return in the future in a new, as yet undetermined form. Which is a relief.

The show takes places in Sønderborg on February 26th 2014. The band will perform with the Sønderjyllands Symfoniorkester, and the local girls choir, along with Thomas Husmer and Rune Mølgaard from the original 5-piece line-up.

We are proud to have been involved from the start of the Efterklang story, releasing their debut album Tripper in 2004. Endlessly creative, hardworking and professional, they have truly been a joy to work with, and we have been delighted to watch them grow over the last 10 years.

The band’s own statement is here.

The concert promises to be spectacular in the way only Efterklang can do. We wish Casper, Mads and Rasmus all the very best for their future endeavors, and look forward with hope and anticipation to new music from the Efterklang camp.


Essie Jain - Film Screening and Performance
Published 30 January 2014 by DM

Last year Essie Jain self released the innovative film album All Became Golden, documenting her collaboration with composer/arranger Nico Muhly as they rehearsed and recorded in front of a studio audience. Beautifully and intimately shot, it offers a unique insight into the creative collaborative process. It features songs taken from We Made This Ourselves released on Leaf in 2008. The New York premiere of the film at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music on the 28th of February sees her joined by members of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s for a special one off live performance. It also features a conversation between Essie and filmmaker Natalie John.

More details here.