FIXION TOUR



Por fin tengo el placer de comunicarte las fechas ya cerradas (hasta finales de Marzo del 2017) por el danés Trentemøller para defender en directo -con banda siempre- su recién estrenado álbum “Fixion” (In My Room).

Hasta ahora, todos los bolos prevíos (en septiembre) dando a conocer ya el disco por ciudades claves como Londres, París, Berlín, Nueva York o Los Ángeles se contaron por ‘sold outs’. Así que la cosa promete… y mucho.

Os lo suelto ya. En España le tendremos dándolo todo en el mes de Febreroviernes 17 en el Palacio de Vistalegre de Madrid y un día después, el sábado 18 en la sala Apolo de Barcelona.

[Link directo a la adquisición de tickets de todos los conciertos...]

19.01.17 Países Bajos, Amsterdam, Melkweg
20.01.17 Países Bajos, Utrecht, Tivoli Vredenburg
21.01.17 Países Bajos, Nijmegen, Doornroosje
22.01.17 Países Bajos, Rotterdam, Annabel
23.01.17 Bélgica, Bruselas, AB (Ancienne Belgique)
24.01.17 Países Bajos, Maastricht, Muziekgieterij
26.01.17 Reino Unido, Glasgow, SWG3
27.01.17 Reino Unido, Manchester, Gorilla
28.01.17 Reino Unido, Londres, Electric Ballroom
30.01.17 Luxemburgo, Luxemburgo, Den Atelier
31.01.17 Francia, Paris, Elysée Montmartre
01.02.17 Alemania, Cologne, Essigfabrik
04.02.17 Alemania, Berlin, Astra
05.02.17 Polonia, Warsaw, Progesja
06.02.17 Polonia, Poznan, MTP
07.02.17 República Checa, Praga, Roxy
08.02.17 Hungría, Budapest, Durer Kert
10.02.17 Grecia, Athens, Iera Odos
11.02.17 Grecia Thessaloniki, Principal Club Theatre
13.02.17 Eslovenia, Ljubljana, Kino Siska,
14.02.17 Italia, Roma, Spazio 900
15.02.17 Italia, Milan, Fabrique
17.02.17 España, Madrid, Palacio de Vistalegre [ticket link]
18.02.17 España, Barcelona, Sala Apolo [ticket link]
19.02.17 TBA
21.02.17 Suiza, Zurich, Kaufleuten
22.02.17 Alemania, Munich, Freiheizhalle
23.02.17 Alemania, Hamburg, Markthalle
25.02.17 Dinamarca, Copenhagen, Store Vega
28.02.17 Suecia, Gothenburg, Pustervik
01.03.17 Noruega, Oslo, Rockefeller Music Hall
02.03.17 Suecia, Stockholm, Debaser Strand
04.03.17 Finlandia, Helsinki, Tavastia Klubi
10.03.17 Canadá, Vancouver, BC, Venue
11.03.17 USA, Seattle, WA, The Showbox
12.03.17 USA, Portland, OR, Wonder Ballroom
13.03.17 USA, San Francisco, CA, The Regency Ballroom
14.03.17 USA, Los Angeles, CA, Belasco Theater
16.03.17 USA, Denver, CO, Bluebird, Theater
18.03.17 USA, Minneapolis, MN, Fine Line Music Cafe
19.03.17 USA, Chicago, IL, Concord Music Hall
21.03.17 Canadá, Toronto, ON, Danforth Music Hall
22.03.17 Canadá, Montreal, QC, Corona Theatre
23.03.17 USA, Boston, MA, Paradise Rock Club
24.03.17 USA, Philadelphia, PA, TLA (Theater Of Living Arts)
25.03.17 USA, New York, NY, Irving Plaza
26.03.17 USA, Washington, DC, 9:30 Club

Fixion is his most minimal, elemental and brutalist output, arriving on the heels of a decade of slow whittling and refinement — and sharp turns. (Billboard)

His fourth album, Fixion, continues to showcase his unwavering ability to produce melancholic electronica that bridges boundaries of genre. (The Independent)

“River In Me” is a badass song, a bouncy-but-icy new-wave track that makes the most of Beth’s tough-as-hell vocals. (Stereogum)

Trentemøller has let loose the driving lead single, “River in Me”. (Consequence of Sound)

His trademark melancholy and darkly atmospheric music appears on his fourth full length, Fixion. (KCRW)

Classic tracks and amazing new music. ( Steve Lamacq BBC 6 Music)

From Interpol to Danny Brown, plenty of good artists have been inspired by Joy Division’s existential dread, but none have quite managed the sustained pastiche exhibited here. (The Guardian)

The new work will expand upon the sorrowful cinematics of his last full-length, and display a matured sound that exemplifies his knack for crafting effective melodic intrigue. (XLR8R)

After a lot of test runs we can definitely promise “Fixion” will be great! (depechemode.de)

Savages’ singer Jehnny Beth has been working with Trentemøller, and the pair have concocted something truly special. (Clash)

Darkly romantic tunez. (Tiny Mix Tapes)

The music is frenetic and showcases Beth’s incredible tone perfectly, it feels on the darker side of punk rather than an electro hit. (Far Out Magazine)

His expert sound manipulation and incorporation of heavy instrumentation into electronic compositions have led him to stand out as a domineering force throughout the industry. Over the years, he’s continuesd to defy genres and influence other artists to follow sonic trends he sets forth. (Dancing Astronaut)

Danish electronic wiz Trentemøller has found it in him to deliver some more music. (Exclaim)

If there is one producer/artist who has the ability to re-invent and refuse to be pigeon-holed, the accolade goes to Trentemøller. (The Wandering Lamb)

Ultimately, with that killer bass line and stunning video concept, we can’t decide if the video or the track is more alluring. (Sidewalk Hustle)

The song is great, and I cannot help but imagine a scenario in which a song like this would set a nightclub off into a frenzy, because it sure ain’t vapid enough to do it anywhere on my continent. (Ion Magazine)

“River In Me” itself makes great use of Jehnny Beth’s intense, piercing (in a good way) vocals over top a mid-tempo, icy electronic backdrop. (Mxdwn)

It’s a suitably dark jam for the vocalist of the UK post-punk act. (Treblezine)

Starting with River in Me with Beth of Savages… impeccable work! It is teeming with life, it is challenging and to make matters worse, it is sexy! (FILTER Mexico)

Trentemøller returns with another mouthwatering taster of his much anticipated fourth album (Nordic Playlist)

This new album is like a very unconventional love story between pop, new wave and electronic music. (WARP LA)

Obscure, more minimalistic than ever before and accompanied with exceptional female vocalists. This is “Fixion”. Trentemøller is creating a very own personal world at the same time dreamlike and beautifully melancholy!” (El Mundo / Neo2)

An LP loaded of mighty electronica and enticing pop. “Fixion” is like a nuclear fission. It becomes different albums according to the kind of stimulus you receive (In this case, the stimulus is your own mood). (TENMAG)

The Danish master of dark electronica is set to return with a new album! (Nordic Playlist)

His various works have attracted very little negative feedback, and this output is unequivocally set to keep him on a trajectory of thundering praise. (Ibiza Spotlight)

On his new album, Anders Trentemøller runs towards darkness with a look of curious thrill-ride glee. (DIY Mag)

‘Fixion’, if it’s possible, has managed to amalgamate elements of Trentemøller’s previous outings while attempting to make the differing styles flow as one. (Stereoboard)

‘Fixion’ sees him refine his sound, and yet add some organicity and more traditional song structure to the release. (The Ransom Note)

An artistic range that shifts from minimalism to experimentalism via blissed-out balladry. (AnOther Mag)

His new album is yet another dramatic and studiosuly emo affair that guides you through wintry indie landscapes, dusky synth hymns and Depeche Mode-like pop noir with a real sense of style. (Mixmag)

There are echoes of wiry post-punk and grainy minimal wave, only filtered through modern digital treatments. (Q Magazine)

Denmark’s premier purveyor of brooding electronica, Anders Trentemøller, hones his songwriting craft to perfection on excellent new album, Fixion. (Future Music)

Fernando Fuentes (Mondosonoro / DJ MAG)
“On “Fixion” Anders keep on digging in his particular pop vs electronic music language. His universe is almost a prayer for a twilight soundtrack…we can feel pain, oddity, and even our flesh can feel some vibrations that lead us to dance”.

 Sergio del Amo (El Mundo / Jenesaispop / Neo2 / Mondosonoro)
“Obscure, more minimalistic than ever before and accompanied with exceptional female vocalists. This is “Fixion”. Trentemøller is creating a very own personal world at the same time dreamlike and beautifully melancholy!”

Alvaro Montoliu (BEATBURGUER / Rockdelux  / Numero Cero)
“Anders Trentemøller said he wanted that the playing live experience helps him for shaping the new LP, on songs like “Redefine” that result is prodigious. So organic, so natural. Even with that he demonstrated once again is a real freak for the analogue equipment’s”

Luis Lles (Diario de Aragón / Periferias / Primera Linea)
“Frozen emotions, seductive voices, more mysterious and disturbing than ever”

Javier Garcia  (THUMP / VICE – MEX)
“I loved this time the subtle mix of textures and emotions. From cover to cover. It is a very relaxing album, but because becomes human, you can perceive every single feelings here. From Anders and the vocalists… I felt Anders more cinematic than ever before. Should be a great soundtrack with due moments for the action “River in Me” / “Circuits”, tension “Spinning” or even perfect track for the opening credits in a movie: “Where the Shadows Fall”. Definitely Trentemøller tells us a story, and what a history !!

Vanity Dust
Trentemøller expands his creativity spectrum beyond the dancefloor music and Fixion lets him enter the Temple only devoted to long term electronic music artists”

Felipe Duarte (Lamono)
“’Fixion’ offers an incredible variety of moods, although associated to melancholy, everyone is different and touching”

Natalia Montes (WARP LA)
“This new album is like a very unconventional love story between pop, new wave and electronic music”

Elizabeth Muñoz (FILTER)
“Starting with River in Me with Beth of Savages… impeccable work! It is teeming with life, it is challenging and to make matters worse, it is sexy!”

MARIA TAOSA * RADIO 3 / SIGLO 21 – H3O RADIO NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA
“Listening to ‘Fixion’ is like being inside the mechanism of a clock. You see perfectly how each of the parts is finely joining to all the others to get the needles never stop turning. Fixion has a magnetic darkness, the melodies he draws this time are just intelligent and insightful “.

Jordi Ares (Mixside / Como las Grecas)
“Take and properly shake a bit of classic dark wave, add to this some from Capture Tracks sound, a good jet of The Soft Moon and then you can start imagining what “Fixion” paths are…”

Antonio Brotons (EL ENANO RABIOSO)
“Trentemoller leads to us to an intriguing 12-songs story, a futuristic trip very comfortable moving through darkness and gloomy”

Txema Mañeru (STAF / PAISAJES ELECTRICOS / EL GIRADISCOS)
“His new LP continues to combine and describe perfectly atmospheres, electronic moods and cinematic sounds, sometimes beautifully pop… Vocal featuring’s are really impressive”

Nadia Leal (NEO2 / TENMAG / Jenesaispop / Le Garage TV)
“I found the album so surprising, fresh and original that honestly, what I’d love to yell put right now is a “c’mon man, come soon to Spain to do a live concert!!”

Emilio Morales (Musikorner / MAP Hispano)
“… maybe the most accessible Trentemøller till the date, for this reason I’m loving this fifth studio album… Anders has developed the legacy of Joy Division, The Cure and Cocteau Twins, giving it an unthinkable electronic intensity (always with his own personality) 35 years ago. He does without sounding trite or out-dated”

Laura Martín (TENMAG)
“A LP loaded of mighty electronica and enticing pop. “Fixion” is like a nuclear fission. It becomes different albums according to the kind of stimulus you receive (In this case, the stimulus is your own mood)”

Mauricio Atencia ( Thump / Vice, Escena Indie, MedellinStyle, DJ MAG LA)
“In his own way: sentimental and demential. The album takes all the best of fine electronic elements to later give raise a very interesting mishmash of rock, ambient, experimental, pop and rockabilly. A nostalgic revival of something that you’ve never lived before in your life”

Half Nelson (Blisstopic / OCI-MAG)
“… less pure electronic sounds and more pop structured songs on this “Fixion”, even more than in the previous “Lost”. He is very wise reducing drastically the featuring’s to the vocalists finally included excellent voices and feelings. A great album for dark wave adepts: post-punk ballads full of melancholic synths, sinister ambience and very New Order bass-lines. A very consistent new work”

Ruth Nuñez (Mots Radio)
“My gosh, this is so good. At times reminds me to Cocteau Twins, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Alien Sex Fiend, The Soft Moon… charming and sinister”

 



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