Alice Rose

Alice Rose

Hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark, Alice Rose plays and sings beautiful, mesmerizing and thoroughly modern music that captures the essense of the old world and the new. Her one-woman performances, her stunning vocals, her jugglers skill using samplers, computer, beat boxes, strings, casios, keyboards, harmonicas and toys--all come together in a delicious concoction of electro-folk--equal parts trip-hop, pop, electronica and dance. She is a true adventurer in the music world today and is constantly exploring new grounds.

Over the past years, this intriguing Danish singer performed mainly in the Netherlands at Lowlands, Oerol, Robodock, Pukkelpop and many other special venues in the Benelux. Whoever saw her perform live on stage, will remember her very unique musical style and performance. During her electro-acoustic shows, drum computers, casios and effect machines are spread out across the table. Alice also plays the viola with her own bowing style and sings her intriguing lyrics with a voice that spans a wide register, from the sweet angelic, to the hard and wild... her performances are always entertaining and fun. The repertoire stretches from folky easy-listening songs to modern electro and from lo-fi experimental to uptempo dance. For the past years guest musicians have joined her act, Tom Ashforth(UK) who enhances the performance with his own stage presence, daring guitar riffs and electronics. Lisa Ruhland on synths or piano, and Hari Popp plays beautifully on the piano for a stripped down version of the album, 'each is a DREAM'.

The 2007 showcase, Eurosonic,opend the ears of the Danish music community and gave her the chance to perform at SPOT and Roskilde festivals in Denmark.

So far, Alice has released 2 studio albums: ‘Tales of sailing’ (2006), ‘Mora with the golden gun’ (2007) and the unique concept art album ’21 Days’ (2007), and '21 Days 2011', a concept album with a bunch of songs written, recorded and released in 21 days and is also available as a book .
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