Synthwave Artist: Todd Terje
Terje Olsen (brought into the world 1981), otherwise called Todd Terje, is a Norwegian DJ, lyricist, and record maker. His stage name is a reverence to house music maker Todd Terry.
Called "Lord of the late spring jams" by Mixmag, "33% of the Holy Trinity of Norwegian disco" by Spin magazine, and "one of [the Scandinavian move scene's] unmistakable figures" by AllMusic, Todd Terje made his name with a series of remixes and re-alters in the mid 2000s. He is the more youthful sibling of Olaf Olsen, who regularly performs drums for Terje's live shows.
He was one of the main events at the lofty Sónar celebration in Barcelona, playing close by incessant colleague Lindstrøm. He was recorded at #17 in the Rolling Stone magazine rundown of "The 25 DJs That Rule the Earth". In July 2013 he recorded a blend for BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix arrangement. He is best known for his 2012 house track "Investigator Norse". The melody Alfonso Muskedunder was highlighted in a scene of the third period of the TV arrangement Better Call Saul on AMC. The prologue to "It's Album Time" is routinely referenced in a component in Radio 1 DJ, Huw Stephens' late night appear.
In 2017, he was selected for Record of the Year for "Wilderness" at the Electronic Music Awards.
Later Music Journey
Terje co-composed the Robbie Williams melody "Candy" that achieved the Top 10 graphs in numerous European nations and came to #1 on the UK outlines.
In 2013, Terje teamed up with Scottish outside the box musical gang Franz Ferdinand on material for their fourth studio collection, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, co-creating two tracks.
He blended and altered Lindstrøm's collection Smalhans, which prompted further joint effort. The match recorded the single "Lanzarote", which was discharged on Olsen Records in January 2013, and later in the year set out on a visit that included gigs at Nuits Sonores, Sónar, and Melt!.. Throughout 2014 and 2015, Terje has performed on various celebrations over the world, for example, Coachella, Lowlands and Pitchfork Festival. On stage, he is joined by his sibling Olaf and percussionist Martin Windstad.
Terje recorded a front of Robert Palmer's 1980 single "Johnny and Mary" with Bryan Ferry. The track showed up on Terje's introduction collection It's Album Time and was discharged as a solitary.
In 2016, Todd Terje discharged The Big Cover-Up, an EP comprising of spreads by Disco craftsmen, for example, Boney M and Yellow Magic Orchestra as Todd Terje and the Olsens.
|Also known as||Wade Nichols, Duliatten Disco Dandia, Chuck Norris, New Mjøndalen Disco Swingers, Kacic Kullmann's Five|
|Born||1981 (age 37–38)
|Instruments||Arpeggiator, keyboard, drum machine, sequencer, sampler, drum machine, Piano, Bass Guitar|
|Labels||Permanent Vacation, Bacause Music, Soul Jazz Records, Bear Funk, Full Pupp, Running Back, Smalltown Supersound, Olsen|
|Associated acts||Lindstrøm, Prins Thomas, Bryan Ferry, Franz Ferdinand|