Is there something new in the works from Martin L. Gore? Could be. There was a nice little teaser that was posted up on his official Facebook page that was a photo …
Is there something new in the works from Martin L. Gore? Could be. There was a nice little teaser that was posted up on his official Facebook page that was a photo and the hashtag, #MGxMG Lots of speculation floating around the internet already, but we’ll confirm the details as soon as we get official confirmation. Stay tuned…
In a brand new interview with Thrasher Magazine, Trentemøller says that remixing Depeche Mode was one of the funnest remixes he has done and that it lead to Martin L. Gore personally asking them …
In a brand new interview with Thrasher Magazine, Trentemøller says that remixing Depeche Mode was one of the funnest remixes he has done and that it lead to Martin L. Gore personally asking them to support Depeche on the Delta Machine tour. We’re big fans of Trentemøller and his remix for “Wrong”, so it’s great to hear that the work he did with Depeche really meant something to him. While short, it’s a great interview, especially him talking about DM, so I thought I would share an excerpt of it here with you here since the interview isn’t available online.
Excerpt from the April 2015 issue of Thrasher:
Interviewed by: Dan Whiteley
“I’m just this guy from Denmark doing weird synthesizer stuff”
“Thrasher: What are your most memorable remixes, in terms of working with bands, or opening up the tracks and picking them apart?
Trentemøller: One of the funnest things was Depeche Mode, because I’m a huge fan. They were one of my favorite bands when I was a teenager, so it was really great to hear Dave and Martin’s vocals, and kind of learn how they build up a song, because you are getting every track isolated, so you can really hear all the stuff. And then they actually asked us to join them on their tour.
Thrasher: So they personally asked you?
Trentemøller: It was actually Martin Gore, writing me an email. That was crazy to suddenly be in these big stadiums, sometimes playing for 70,000 people in Germany, The UK, and France. Many bands you’d think are in it for the money now, but it really felt like those guys are still having a good time doing what they were doing. ”
So when your idols are also your fans, you know you must be doing something special.
More info on Trentemøller, please visit www.anderstrentemoller.com
We have started a Soundcloud page for the site that we hope you’ll check out. There are only a few things on there now, but some really interesting items to listen to. …
We have started a Soundcloud page for the site that we hope you’ll check out. There are only a few things on there now, but some really interesting items to listen to. We’ll be adding more stuff, so be sure to connect with us on there and follow along. We’re also hoping to get you some exclusive items as well as some guest mixes perhaps. More info on that soon. Check it out!
Martin Gore is one of the many artists to be featured in an upcoming documentary for Notes For Notes, a charity foundation dedicated to giving youth the space and equipment to record and explore music. Since Notes For Notes also has two studios in Santa Barbara, Martin Gore has been involved in this foundation for at least 6 years. He is a member of their advisory board and has been a DJ at three of their annual ‘Holiday Soundcheck” events.
In an interview with Notes For Notes about the camera that is being used for this project, it is revealed that interviews have been shot “with noted artists about their personal music –life moments for a documentary called “This is Eleven.”” With the initial phase of production on the documentary complete, Notes for Notes is gearing up to shoot more footage and is exploring using a crowdfunding campaign to help fund the remainder of the production. The team there says, the finished piece is sure to amaze and all that can be said at this point is that “it goes to 11!” To learn more about Notes for Notes and the upcoming documentary please visit notesfornotes.org.