Artist: Rasmus Kellerman

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Interview: Rasmus Kellerman

Interview: Rasmus Kellerman

zgr Can - The kings (feat. Rasmus Kellerman)

New stuff from Swedish techno artist zgr Can featuring guest vocals from the one-and-only Rasmus Kellerman (Tiger Lou). Look for zgr's new album "Put me in a box and label me" to be released on September 28; as for Rasmus' new so-far-anonymous project, expect to finally hear songs very, very soon.

Rasmus Kellerman has a new band

Rasmus Kellerman (Tiger Lou, Araki) has started a new band with two of his friends. Stay tuned.

Firefox AK - Color the trees (video)

A new video from Firefox AK for the title track of her latest album "Color the trees" which also happens to be a duet with her husband Rasmus Kellerman (aka Tiger Lou).

Top 10s for 2011: Rasmus Kellerman (Tiger Lou/Araki)

Firefox AK - Islands (The xx cover)

Check out Firefox AK covering "Islands" by The xx with Rasmus Kellerman/Tiger Lou providing extra vox: http://www.tonspion.de/musik/firefox-ak/musik/2190905
Looks like there's a full stream of her latest album "Color the trees" in the sidebar as well.

Rasmus Kellerman (Tiger Lou) signs with Razzia

In a move that really shouldn't surprise anyone, Rasmus Kellerman has signed with for his next project which, apparently, will not be under his given name, Tiger Lou, nor electronic alias Araki. More: http://rasmuskellerman.com/?p=1233

Araki at SoundCloud

Araki, the techno alter ego of Rasmus Kellerman/Tiger Lou, is now up on SoundCloud with some new tunes: http://soundcloud.com/arakiikara

Top tens for 2010: Rasmus Kellerman (Tiger Lou, Araki)

Rasmus Kellerman to Germany

Rasmus Kellerman is doing a few German shows in November:

11/02 - Studio 672, Kln
11/03 - Prinzenbar, Hamburg
11/04 - Comet, Berlin

Sirius playlist week #38

Here's the playlist for this week's radio show Sirius XMU:

01. The Radio Dept. - The new improved hypocrisy
02. TALK 2
03. Slidin' Slim - Right wing blues
04. Farker - Den sista fajten (via r p vg)
05. We Live in Trenches - Male damage
06. Kite - If there's an if in us
07. TALK 3
08. First Love, Last Rites - Slow wind
09. Tomas Halberstad - Add to all noise
10. Last Days of April - America
11. TALK 4
12. C.Aarm - Golden retriever
13. Far from Tellus - Norwegian fairytale mix
14. Bddat fr Trubbel - Kungen heter Jandek
15. Vidderna - Villfarelser
16. TALK 4
17. Rasmus Kellerman - The 24th
18. Mindy Misty - Inertia
19. Regulations - In the shadow of the mall
20. TALK 5
21. The Bear Quartet - Silent film

Reminder: my show airs every week on Sundays and Mondays at 11pm ET on Sirius XMU. That's channel 26 on Sirius, 43 on XM and 831 for DirecTV subscribers.

Rasmus Kellerman - The 24th (video)

Rasmus Kellerman's "The 24th" is the cure-all for all creeping negativism, reminding us to mindful of all we have to be thankful for. How beautiful life can be, indeed. Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1A-pNs7ywM

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For fans of Tiger Lou, "The 24th" will feel a little like coming home after a long absence echoes of tracks like "Sam, as in Samantha" and "Like you said" quietly haunt the album's more melancholy works, and the overall feel of "Is my head still on?" is recognizable throughout Rasmus Kellerman's debut solo effort. The optimism of the self-titled opener, which finds Kellerman reflecting on his youth, fades into "The greatness & me", a track that starts with fond memories of childhood, images that are used as comparisons to a bleaker present and the unknown future, the theme of the following track, "Five years from now". These opening three compositions move wonderfully through past, present, and future, showcasing not only the musical and vocal talents of their creator, but Kellerman's vision and strength as a storyteller. Not all of "The 24th" is as obviously interconnected as these first three tracks, but numerous images and themes recur throughout the album laying in the shade of trees, houses by the ocean, the seeming incompatibility of one's past and present coloring their idea of the future, to name a few granting "The 24th" a powerful sense of coherence. While not all of the songs are of the caliber of "The greatness & me" or "Five years from now", the record never stumbles, and, as an album that can be played through in its entirety, has grown on me a little more with each listen.
- Lars Garvey Laing-Peterson

Sirius playlist week #29

Here's the playlist for this week's radio show Sirius XMU:

01. Champagne Riot - A friend of a friend
02. TALK 1
03. Hur Hgt - Hur hgt
04. Karl X Johan - Flames
05. Nils Bech & Krazy Fiesta Arkestra - Drunk love
06. TALK 2
07. Hkan Lidbo - Zuzuvela
08. Jasmine Kara - Try my love again
09. Kaka - Below this sun
10. Viola - Neon lightning
11. TALK 3
12. Supersci - Snap out of it
13. Haleiwa - Vibraandaman
14. Korallreven - The truest faith
15. TALK 4
16. Robyn - Dancehall queen
17. Hunt - Ashes of a secret heart
18. Rasmus Kellerman - Where do you go at night
19. TALK 5
20. Tutankamon - Have you ever been in love?

Reminder: my show airs every week on Sundays and Mondays at 11pm ET on Sirius XMU. That's channel 26 on Sirius, 43 on XM and 831 for DirecTV subscribers.

Sirius playlist week #25

Here's the playlist for this week's radio show Sirius XMU:

01. Baby Alice - Pia colada boy
02. TALK 1
03. CEO - Come with me
04. Faster Katt - The girl and the crow
05. EL-SD - Walking sideways
06. Masshysteri - Dom kan inte hra musiken
07. TALK 2
08. Champagne Riot - The champagne anthem
09. Khoma - In it for fighting
10. Dear Euphoria - Rescue
11. Haust - Anti-reproductive
12. TALK 3
13. This Is Head - 0011
14. Familjen - Det var jag
15. Mikkel Meyer - Tunge (feat. Non)
16. TALK 4
17. Rasmus Kellerman - The greatness & me
18. Grande Roses - The astronaut
19. We Live In Trenches - White knuckles
20. The Amazing - And it looks like today
21. TALK 5

Reminder: my show airs every week on Sundays and Mondays at 11pm ET on Sirius XMU. That's channel 26 on Sirius, 43 on XM and 831 for DirecTV subscribers.