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Phonix - Udbrud
Danish folk rock, violin, accordion, clarinets

Phonix - Live
The Danish folk-rock and jazz ensemble recorded live

Phonix - Pigen and Drengen
This band has always been right on the verge if finding their voice, and with the production help of Morten Alfred Høirup they finally have! A strong reed sound and a much greater emphasis on vocals make this a super recording of Nordic roots.

Phonix - Folk
Danish folk-rockers present a studio album for 2007 where the unique sound of the quartet (accordion, bass clarinet, percussion and vocals) is in sharp focus, but with many guest artists adding color and depth. Phønix offers a very original and personal expression

Phonix - Collage
The Danish quartet returns from their 2004 tour with 13 songs recorded live in Brussels, Chicago, New York City, Bielefeld, Montréal, Toronto and several places in Denmark. Some new pieces, some Phønix favorites, all done with new energy by vocalist Karen Mose, accordionist Jesper Vinther Petersen, clarinet and bass clarinetist Anja Præst Mikkelsen and percussionist Jesper Falch.

Karen Mose - Vingefang
Mose (a member of the Danish roots-rock band Phonix) offers both new and traditional songs on this fine contemporary folk recrding. Chris Nickson writes in his DanskMusic blog, "there's ample imagination going on here and some absolutely stellar performances, not least from Mose herself… Mose's voice [is] a superbly sensitive instrument... [songs that] have a lush, floating quality." For me, I find it genre bending at its best.

Anja Praest Mikkelsen - Hemmeligheden / The Secret
Clarinetist from Phonix, Anja Præst Mikkelsen, stands out front for the first time on her own recording, although she is joined by fellow band members and other great musicians form the new folk movement in Denmark: Sigurd Hockings' Nikolaj Busk, Jesper Vinther, Ditte Fromseier Mortensen, Andreas Tophøj, Jakob Holdensen, Peter Sejersen, Rikke Lundorff, Kirstine Elise Pedersen, Rasmus Henriksen, Jesper Falch and Jes Kroman.

Kristine Heeboll - 10 Point
The Danish fiddler (of Trio Mio and Phonix) steps back to the front on her 2007 release of original tunes, backed by an impressive ensemble from around Scandinavia: Dan Gisen Malmquist (clarinet and bass clarinet), Peter Eget (harmonika), Ditte Fromseier (violin and bratsch), Andreas Tophøj (violin) and Cecillie Hyldgaard (cello). The sounds run from elegant to exhuberant, and Heebøll once again shows that she has what it takes to bring Danish folk music to the frontline of Nordic roots music.

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