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nders Trentemøller's sonic evolution has been fascinating to watch. The Danish artist established himself in the mid-'00s as a purveyor of electro- and minimal house, and became one of the scene's most popular names. Although it was a step away from the dance floor compared to his earlier singles like "Physical Fraction" and "Sunstroke," his debut album, The Last Resort, defined this period. Its crepuscular atmosphere and exquisite production garnered it a perfect score here on RA when it was released in 2006. Trentemøller was very much thought of as a dance producer back then, but there were hints on the The Last Resort as to what would come next. In 2008, Trentemøller began to tour The Last Resort with a band. The following year, he released Harbour Boat Trips, a 21-track compilation that presented his influences—Suicide, The Raveonettes, Soft Cell. In 2010, he released his second album, Into The Great Wide Yonder, which formally introduced instruments and vocalists to his palette. The logical conclusion to all of this arrived earlier this month when Lost, his third album, was released. "Another fuck-you to whatever genre you thought you had him boxed into," said its press text, which was backed up by fully realised electronic pop record. Guitars rather than synths are the driving force on RA.383, a mix Trentemøller simply describes as "some of my favourite tunes."
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