Category Archive Uhrlaut

Launching new Uhrlaut Records podcast

  Today we are excited to kick off a brand new initiative in the Uhrlaut Records universe: Our new podcast, which will come out roughly every second month and feature exclusive dj-mixes by both Uhrlaut artists and other acts and producers that we really admire. First act is Danish electronic music duo Vektormusik, who has […] Read More…

Today we release au2pilot’s “Fatamorgana” LP on Uhrlaut Records

. After months of work we're very proud to release "Fatamorgana", the first LP of Danish electronic music producer au2pilot on Uhrlaut Records. Out today! The release has been marked by two release parties; one in Copenhagen this past Friday (in collab with the ROI crew) and one prior to that one in Aalborg, au2pilot's hometown (in […] Read More…

Connecting the CPH & Hamburg regions: Fehmarnbelt workshop for cultural exchange

. . Last week I had the pleasure of being invited to participate alongside 35 talented artists, cultural entrepreneurs and civil servants in a workshop to discuss the cultural development of the Fehmarnbelt region (which covers the land area around the water between Germany and Denmark - including Copenhagen and Hamburg).  It was 48 hours of co-creations, […] Read More…

Uhrlaut performance at this week’s Science & Cocktails

. . This week's Science & Cocktails event on May 20 2014 in Byens Lys in Christiania in Copenhagen is featuring a performance by Uhrlaut's own MOTORSAW and Kiloton right after the lecture. The event has even been highlighted in the national paper Politiken's cultural highlights of the week. Come join us for a dose […] Read More…

Interview in Radio 24-7 on releasing Periskop’s “40”

This morning I had the pleasure of getting up extremely early to visit Radio 24-7's morning show with Danny Kreutzfeldt (aka. Periskop), whose album we'll be releasing on our Uhrlaut label on Friday. The album consists of no less than 40 full length albums packaged as 1 vinyl LP and 39 digital releases on a […] Read More…

Nice feedback from #CPeurope talk/panels in Berlin this week (links, video and photos)

. It's been a great few days in Berlin this week, where I've been attending the gigantic Campus Party conference in the former airport Tempelhof. The venue in itself was impressive - by far the biggest and most authentic set for a conference that I've ever attended - but also unconventional in the sense that […] Read More…

Talks and panel discussions in Berlin next week @ CPcon // #CPeurope

Next week I'll be heading to Berlin for a few days to attend the enormous Campus Party Europe Conference, the world's largest technology fest with over 600 speakers - that takes place in the former city airport Tempelhof. I'll be giving a talk about my record label Uhrlaut as well as participating in two discussions […] Read More…

Interview in Jyllandsposten, critical comment by IFPI, moving Platform4, coverage in TV2Nord, Gaffa + Nordjyske // #platform4dk #uhrlaut

It's busy times right now; we've moved Platform4 from the old venue to the new, launched the PlayForm Mobile Art & Technology Exhibition and released a new EP with Tone - while at the same time trying out a new rather rebellious sharing experiment in Aalborg, Aarhus and Copenhagen. To start from the end: The […] Read More…

Feedback blogging from recent talks + interviews on DR website and in Politiken

People attending some of my recent talks have been kind enough to feedback online with their impression of the sessions - which I really appreciate. After my talk at MultimediaDays at Aarhus Business Academy last week, Jeanne Bødker Nissen wrote this one on the Multimediedesigner blog: Spændende oplæg om Creative Commons (in Danish) Also Berit […] Read More…

Audio clips from last week’s radio interviews // #creativecommons #musicbusiness

Last week we (Creative Commons Denmark) held two events in in Copenhagen and Aarhus in collaboration with the Danish collecting society, KODA, and a beautiful bunch of artists and labels (Per Vers, Tone, Dad Rocks, Town Portal, Red Tape Records, Father Figure Records and my own label Uhrlaut Records) to discuss new business models for […] Read More…