Danophone Exploding on the Music Scene with “ReRun”

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“ReRun” is a collection of songs written at low point in a mans life. Songs of a repeat offender who just keeps on taking the wrong path, making the same mistakes and the scenario continues to play like a broken record or old “reruns” of life. A mismosh of regrets that only hint at the darker side and staggering across a snippet of the truth. Sublime….Flawless…..Splendiferous.

His voice is unique and remarkably identifiable to him. There will be no mistaking who it belongs to. Having a voice that is synonymous with who you are so much that all anyone need do is hear two bars…that is Kickass. Danophone has that one of a kind voice. He cold easily fall in with Dylan, Neil Young and of course Springsteen.

Wow, where do I begin? “Nation of Two” is more of a slow country rock ballad tune. It’s intro is definitely country rock. It’s Dylan, Young, and Lyle Lovett all meshed together as one, giving life to Danophone. A nation of two souls, two people in love, two roaming together. Two people with an explosive relationship that just withered away. “All that reminds me of you, and a nation of two”…Beautiful.

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This album has a deeply personal resonator. It touches on the habits we acquire and how we keep repeating old habits, it touches on expunging the dark matter that exits in the back of our souls. Who knows…maybe it’s a magnificent therapy session all rolled in to one with therapeutic music by helping us to wash all the old away. A sounding board for thoughts and ideas from his research and technology , Danish science journalist Carsten Nielsen, better known to his closets friends and now fans as Danophone, this album is stylistic, raw, and transcendent. This style and type of music and lyrics is evergreen.

It has a rocking good feel to it in that it almost channels Lovett, Springsteen and John Mayer.

Frightened For” opens with a mellow acoustic and heart thumping percussion. Almost a meloncoly sound and light rock/folk feel. “It’s you I’m frightened for” words of expressing trying to catch someone else but falling yourself.

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Carsten Nielsen, Danish science journalist was looking for way to express more of what he does and how he sees and interprets life. He found the musical side and Danophone is interpretor.

Danophone falls in to the genre and or category of rock. The true rocking members of this group are Carsten Nielsen on vocals, guitars, bass, keys, and sax. Bertil Bille is keeping the beat on drums, cajon, and percussion. Tino Pedersen chimes in on background vocals, guitars and bass. This musical presentation was produced by Carsten Nielsen and Elias Bille.

Written In The Sand” had almost the same feel as “Nation of Two” at the beginning but soon picked up in to a nice little piece of southern rock stupendous lyrics and musical majesty.

This debut album from Danaphone is now available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music, Itunes, Google Play, Tidal, Amazon and many more.

For more information on this outstanding group you can check them out at the following sites:
Websites www.danophone.com
facebook.com/danophone
youtube.com/user/danophone
soundcloud.com/danophone
twitter.com/danophones

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Sherryl is a Senior Writer and Columnist with Nashville Music Guide and her column/blog, Lyrics N Legends has been running for four years now. Her stories has graced the cover and have appeared as feature stories in the NMG print edition. Craig is a Licensed Belief Therapist and currently working on her first book. Entertainment Journalism is one of her many passions. She is also a member of WMMW, Women of Music Music of Women, a non profit organization in support of women in the music industry. WMMW also appears here in Nashville Music Guide.