Copenhagen (Denmark) based Anders Trentemøller made his debut in 1997 together with DJ T.O.M. when they formed the first live-house act in Denmark, Trigbag, and started playing lots of concerts at home and abroad.
Including three successful gigs at The Roskilde Festival, they also crafted a number of remixes and their Trigbag single "Showtime” which has been played by international DJ's such as Alex Gopher, Laurent Garnier or Etienne de Crecy.
Trigbag dissolved in 2000, and Trentemøller chose a 2-year break from the House-scene.
During summer 2003, Trentemøller returned on Naked Music with his "The Trentemøller EP” including the tracks "Le Champagne” and "Work in Progress”. The EP was an international success and often heard on BBC Radio One and played by DJs such as Pete Tong, Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed and Steve Bug, who charted "Le Champagne” as one of the 10 best tracks released in 2003, listed in Groove, one of Germany's most important music magazine.
On top, Trentemøller received the award "Up Front Release of the Year” at the Danish DJ Awards in February 2004 for the Track "Champagne”.
With a string of legendary remixes on labels both obscure and renowned, together with his famous live appearances performing exquisitely tight live keys together with DJ-sets from his mate DJ T.O.M. around the world, the buzz about Anders kept going on in the global dance community.
Trentemøller returned with a new and rougher sound in 2005. "Beta Boy” (on Out Of Orbit) and especially "Physical Fraction” (on Audiomatique) marked the beginning of a new period for the young Dane.
In February 2005 Steve Bug released the yet famous Trentemøller EP "Physical Fraction” on his brand new label Audiomatique. This release rapidly grew to a summer anthem of 2005 and put Trentemøller on the map of internationally successful producers to be followed by three strong releases on Steve's main label Poker Flat: "Polar Shift (pfr56)”, "Sunstroke (pfr61)” and the "Nam Nam EP”.
These three releases and a 12” on Tic Tac Toe consolidated his reputation as one of the hottest newcomer and freshest producer in 2005.
Many reader polls awarded him as the Best Newcomer of the year 2005, crowned by a coverstory of German Raveline magazine in January 2006.
Since early 2005 Trentemøller and his DJ partner Tom Bertelsen are on a constant world tour which continues until autumn early 2007 with an exciting and raving live-show.
Trentemøller loves to create antipodes in his music and so the contrast between large and vast echo chambers and sharp, direct in-your-face sound bits are characteristic of his sound. Coupled with outstanding production skills, he creates fascinating song structures. Thanks to Trentemøller's unique sound he has also been a much demanded remixer. Highlights have been his remixes for Martinez ("Shadowboxing”), Sharon Philips ("Want 2 Need 2”), Röyksopp ("What Else Is There”), The Knife ("We Share Our Mother's Health”), Moby ("Go”), Yoshimoto ("Du What You Du”), Matthias Schaffhäuser ("Coincidance”) and many more. Thanks to the special "Trentemøller twist” most of the remixes became huge hits in clubland.
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