Kasper Bjorke


Tuesday 30th September 2014

Kasper Bjørke is one of the most versatile Danish producers on the international electronic music scene.

His 4th solo album 'After Forever' is out September 2014 on HFN Music featuring the singles Rush (feat. Tobias Buch) Sylvia (feat. CTM) and TNR (feat. Jaakko Eino Kalevi). 

Since 1999 Kasper has released on respected labels like Eskimo, Compost Black Label, Plant Music, etc. and his latest two previous albums Standing on top of Utopia (2010) and Fool (2012) were put on the circuit via the German label, hfn music.

Hfn music also released the expansive remix compilation Remix Crusades (2007 - 2013), showcasing Kaspers broad spectrum as a remixer: from established underground artists like Wareika and Rebolledo to international pop acts like Moby.

As a DJ, Kasper has performed pretty much everywhere: Panorama Bar and Watergate in Berlin, Rex and Social Club in Paris, D Edge in Sao Paolo, Fabric in London, Cielo, Le Bain and Output in New York, Electric Pickle in Miami - to renowned international festivals like Iceland Airwaves, Sonar Reykjavik, Calvi on the Rocks, Montreux Jazz Festival and Roskilde Festival.

Joining forces with bass player / singer Sexy Lazer of Human Woman fame as The Mansisters, they released the debut “E.P. Phone Home (EP)” on Canadian My Favorite Robot Records in 2012. Also collaborating in clubs as back to back DJ team, The Mansisters now have their release "Bullschnitzel EP" out via Jennifer Cardini’s label Correspondant Records.

Besides handling his own artist career, Kasper manages other artists including Trentemøller and rising stars Reptile Youth. Furthermore he is also involved in the management of Oh Lands imprint Tusk or Tooth (the Brooklyn residing Danish singer discovered by Kasper back in 2007).

Kaspers musical background comes from the discohouse duo Filur. Filur released four studio albums and a Best Of compilation ("In Retrospect" from 2009) that spawned a long line of international radio and chart hit singles from 1999-2012 and received two Danish Music Awards (Danish Grammy) for Best Producer and Best Dance Release.


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