The Palace ‘Imani’ – Out Now!

The Palace is finally out with their debut release ‘Imani’. This will be their first of two releases to hit you this year from the duo and we look forward to the journey with them. Apricut is the producer on this project and brings a raw future hiphop sound to the lyrics of veteran mc  J-Spliff. The release was premiered a week ago via Red Bull Denmark but from today its also available on Itunes and Spotify and all imaginable platforms.

If you are in Copenhagen this week, make sure to drop by the venue Sigurdsgade 39 in Copenhagen for the release party Thursday March 9th . The Palace will be playing their first full live show and Roger Beattaker will be heating up the place + Super Bad Disco Dj´s.

The Palace “Wallahi”


Just in time for summer The Palace returns from their hideout to release their second single since the debut track “Statues”. Once again Apricut is on the production and J-Spliff on vocals, but with a little help from Es and Temu on co-production. Bump it below and stay tuned for more from The Palace later this year.

SOUNDesc Interview via Bitchslap Magazine


Back in 2013 we got interviewed by Bitchslap Magazine about the state of music and more in Denmark. Now for the first time the interview is available onlone over at their website.

New Act On The Roster – The Palace

We are pleased to announce a brand new duo to our roster. The name of the group is called The Palace and consists of producer Apricut and rapper J-Spliff. At the moment they are finishing their debut release, that is set to drop sometime in early 2016. But to introduce you properly we are happy to present to you the first single and video for the track “Statues”.

Also available on itunes and spoitfy

Eelahno “Rivers” EP – Out Now

eelahnorivers copy

“Rivers” is the debut EP from the 20 year old producer Eelahno. Behind the moniker we find Oliver Vaupel from the Copenhagen outskirts. On this EP he displays his various moods from the past year or so, and we hope that you will enjoy this small venture with him. Its out now so go on an listen/download below via bandcamp or itunes.

Eelahno “Circles” (Video) + FREE DL

We are proud to present a new artist to our roster. Behind the alias Eelahno we find the young producer Oliver Vaupel from the Copenhagen outskirts. On May 7th we will be releasing his debut EP “Rivers” and in the next couple of weeks we will have some more info to share. But in the meantime you can watch the beautiful animated video for the first EP track “Circles” by Nikolaj Lindblad or listen/download below:

Felix De Luca “A.R.T” – New Free EP Out Now

Felix De Luca - A.R.T (front)

Felix De Luca is out today with the free EP “A.R.T” (Always Remain True)

“I put everything at stake in order to find myself, simultaneously with living a life, surrounded by sex, parties and financial instability. I feel that I, in the midst of all this chaos, found some kind of clarity which birthed a unique and hungry expression in my music. I believe you can hear and feel that very clearly in the music on this project”

Produced by Dontaxaboutit and featuring danish Niki Bernard and Atlanta emcee KasFlow.

Grab your free download at

Celebrating 5 Years Of Future Sounds..


In early May we reached the 5 year mark of our activities with promoting and releasing all the best of future music from Denmark. This calls for a party and on this coming Saturday we are happy to invite you to our birthday celebration on the first floor at Stengade were it all began 5 years ago.

Live/Dj sets by: Felix De Luca, VKTR, Lotte Rose b2b Rewolmer, Jagan Mai, Wilfred B, Stacks

22-02 I Free Entrance I Pre-party from 17.21.30 at Palmspree (Stefansgade 10)

SOUNDesc Interview in Bitchslap Magazine


Bitchslap Magazine recently put out their 20th issue. The founding fathers of SOUNDesc got interviewed by Fergus Murphey about beat culture in Denmark and much more. Find it in selected shops around Denmark and Europe.

Lotte Rose I United We/I Stand etc. 23/1 – 2/3


This Thursday Lotte Rose will be opening her first solo exhibition at the IMT Gallery in London. The exhibition involves wide range of video, installation and audio made in response to the productivity of some US hip hop acts:

“They are releasing several albums a month,” she says, “creating ripples, that later on became major waves in the heavy pop music industry. Likewise I wanted to produce a crowd of works with more concern for process than outcome. I am accumulating multiple self-portraits that become a crowd supporting each other, artificially enhancing the justification of their existence.”

Watch the trailer:

Private view: Thursday 23rd January 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Exhibition: 24th January – 2nd March 2014
First Thursday late opening: Thursday 6th February 12:00 – 9:00pm