Copenhagen’s Kim G. Hansen formerly recorded as half of the Danish industrial duo, Institute for the Criminally Insane. He was also one of the founding members of Danish experimental noise-rock band Grind, who later became Amstrong - a project focused on trip-hop aesthetics but still influenced by the origins of the band. After Amstrong’s first album, Sprinkler, in 1999 Kim left the band to form a solo project - Antenne. The female vocalist of Amstrong, marie-louise munck, also participates at the project as vocalist on most of the songs. She has recently completed her first solo album,
planned for release in late 2009. Antenne is noted for a minimal style of dark, experimental trip-hop. So far, their discography includes 3 LPs (the debut LP from 2000, #1 the follow-up from 2002, #2 and the recently released #3).
Edited by antenne on 25 Feb 2009, 15:20
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