Let us first introduce Casper the way he would say it “Hey i’m Casper. I host a radioshow focused in upcoming music on P6 BEAT. Here is five cool danish bands.” Well that’s okay, but there is WAY more to tell you about this next Inspire.
He has previously conquered several huge stages with both CODY and SLEEP PARTY PEOPLE, been part of a rave 6/6 review from Soundvenue in 2010 at Spot Festival in town, and been named ‘One of the best bands at Roskilde Festival‘ in 2009 with Cody by the same magazine. He’s by far not a rookie in the business. Furthermore he has been part of the creative collaboration COPENHAGEN COLLABORATION when they performed at Roskilde Festival in 2012. A collaborative project involving a group of bands, all based in .. guess.. Copenhagen and here both Cody and Sleep Party People were included!
Well, now he’s part of one of the most first-moving radio shows in DK. The P6 BEAT show DEBUT focusing on all sorts of upcoming domestic music while also being part of the process around the famous KARRIEREKANONEN. We’ve always enjoyed that show, but that’s not why Casper is included in our Inspire series. The fact that he is really living music is what inspires us – therefore we are proud to present the next in our Inspire series Casper Bach Hegstrup!
[chat question=”A song for the perfect morning?“]
Milford – Im Always
This is a song that really grew on me. Right now they have only released this one, but they really contribute to a great morning mood!
[chat question=”A song for the hours of study?“]
The Minds of 99 – DEÅ(fuglebur)
One of my favorite bands from DK, blowing everyone away with exaggerated live energy. This one is without too much vocals. A mantra that sets a good work rate.
[chat question=”A song for the hours of darkness?“]
Doom Standards – Roamer
I get chills of this song and at night it becomes even better. Gloomy Electronics, which draws on Burial.
[chat question=”A song for the perfect weekend?“]
Tidlige armbånd – Din natur
My new favorite band. Totally anarchistic but with more of a pop edge. They have their own CD company and creates handmade covers on aftenrutine.dk
[chat question=”A song for the perfect Sunday evening?“]
Death Machine – Painkiller
It sounds worse than it is! Think Simon & Garfunkel with a little winter-depressive lyrics looming on the horizon.