Tag: Danish indie pop

New Video: The Haunting and Troubling, New Video for Reptile Youth’s “Arab Spring Break Parts 1 and 2”

Reptile Youth – Arab Spring Break (Part I & II) from Reptile Youth on Vimeo. If you’ve been frequenting JOVM over the past 15-18 months or so, you would have likely come across a couple […]

New Audio: Lust For Youth’s New Single “Better Looking Brother” Channels New Order and Cut Copy

Comprised of Hannes Norvide, Loke Rahbek and Malthe Fischer, the Copenhagen, Denmark-based trio, Lust For Youth can trace their origins to when the act began as the self-described “dark, cold, atonal, lonely, tormented” and “lower than lo-fi” solo recording project of […]

New Video: The Swooning Romanticism and 80s Post-Punk Revivalism of Communions’ “Forget It’s A Dream”

Comprised of brothers Martin and Mads Rehof, along with Jacob van Deurs Formann and Frederik Lind Köppen, the Danish quartet Communions have received both national and international attention across the blogosphere for shimmering and plaintive pop songs that sound […]