Jonathan Bremer (born 1991), producer of "Lullaby & Drum machine".
At the age of 17 he won JazzDenmark's prestigefull Young Jazz competition, with the band Surf in Stereo. One year later, he was hired to be part of the house rhythm section for the reopening of the legendary Jazzhus Montmartre in Copenhagen. From 2011-2014 he was a member of pianist Niels Lan Dokys trio, touring in Europe and Asia and releasing 2 albums.
Bremer has always been interested in more experimental music. This resulted in him forming the group Organic (handplayed techhouse) 2009-2011, and performing on several occasions with, amongst others, Mike Sheridan, Palle Mikkelborg, Mikkel Metal, August Rosenbaum. Since 2013 he has been a member of the duo Bremer/McCoy, combining nordic jazz with Jamaican dub music.
In 2020 Bremer won the prestegious Danish Music Critics' Award "Steppeulven" as the musician of the year.
Producer & guitarist on "Lullaby & Drum machine"
Copenhagen based jazzguitarist Johannes Wamberg (1991) first picked up his instrument at the age of 12. When he turned 18 he began taking his music very seriously and growing up with the late great Hugo Rasmussen he already had a deep understanding of jazzmusic. Hugo encouraged Wamberg to study with the legendary guitarplayer Doug Raney, son of Jimmy Raney. Wamberg and Doug soon became comfortabel with eachothers playing and they played a gig together in Copenhagen in october 2013. Since that Wamberg has been playing countless of concerts with danish jazzmusicians and legends. His style is definately influenced by Jim Hall, expressing himself through a warm and tender and natural sound with clear ideas and a versitile vocabulary
In 2016 Wamberg released the critically acclaimed album Easy Living together with saxophonist Oilly Wallace.
Sings on the album "Lullaby & Drum machine"
Copenhagen-born and newly Parisian (2018) Klara Kristin works as a fashion model and actress. 2018-2020 she worked exclusively for Louis Vuitton, meanwhile studying french at Sorbonne.
A long-time passion for french and music, she has decided to finally come out as a singer. She has collaborated with a handful of Denmarks best young jazz musicians and independently released "Lullaby & Drum machine" produced by Johannes Wamberg and Jonathan Bremer.
Appears on the album "Lullaby & Drum machine" on track A2, A3, B3, B5 & B6. Oilly Wallace (born 1996) is a danish saxophonist, flute and jazz musicians.
In a young age Wallace accompanied the Norwegian drummer Snorre Kirk on his album “Europe” published in 2014. The album got nominated by Danish Music Award Jazz 2015 ”The release of the year”. Wallace released hereafter in december 2015 his debut-EP ”Fiol Sessions”, which led to nominations as “New jazz name of the year” at the Danish Music Awards 2016. Later on in 2016, together with guitarist Johannes Wamberg, he released the critically acclaimed album “Easy Living”.
Oilly Wallace has played with a number of Danish jazz musicians such as Carsten Dahl, Thomas Blachman, Lennart Ginman, Jan Harbeck, Kjeld Lauritsen, Per Gade, Jesper Løvdal, Ben Besiakov, Christina von Bülow and Ole Streenbergand a number of foreign jazz musicians.
Plays drums on the album "Lullaby & Drum machine" on track B7.
Born into a musical family, Andreas Svendsen (b. 1989) began playing the drums at the age of 3 and quickly developed a strong passion for music. He got his BA at the Rhythmic Conservatory of Music in Copenhagen in 2013 after which he relocated to New York City to study at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music where he graduated as a Master of Music in 2016. After 3 years in New York, Svendsen has developed many strong working relationships with artists that have brought him around the world, performing with prominent names such as Eric Reed, Jeremy Pelt and Danny Grissett a.o.
Zier Romme Larsen
Plays piano, Würlitzer, organ Celeste & synthesizer on the album "Lullaby & Drum machine" on track A2, A4, A5, A6, B1, B2, B3, B4 & B7.
Zier Romme has repeatedly received appraisals as one of the most talented young pianists in Denmark.
Zier is a man to deliver a game of sophistication swinging piano jazz. He cultivates the post-war eraswing and bebop as something completely authentic in the middle of all the directions flying around the ears on us these years. Romme stated in JazzSpecial that he is fascinated by the authenticity and the feeling of the masters of this music.